San Nicolas – the Microcentro of Buenos Aires
San Nicolás, the busiest district of Buenos Aires, known as Microcentro or El Centro, takes pride in being the center to the city’s business and art districts. San Nicolás grows as a fascinating destination in the capital with its teeming boulevards and tranquil corners.
This trail will amaze you with its photo-worthy landmarks, dynamic performances, and pulsating shops and plazas. It goes past at least ten attractions, though the route stretches for only 5 miles, it may take the whole morning to enjoy all of the spots.
Roads in the city are mostly well paved and managed.
Luna Park on Av. Eduardo Madero is where to begin the trip. This is located just five minutes walking from the Tourist Assistance Center - Puerto Madero.
Food and drink
Café Tortoni should rank the first on your list of lunch or dinner, or even a short break from the long journey.
If a traditional Argentina restaurant is what you are after, La Morada can be a nice option.
This excellent route gives you the best of San Nicolás.
Stroll around the Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the world’s widest streets, and contemplate the national landmark Obelisco. Relax your soul with classical music, operas, and other glorious shows in Teatro Colón. Have your time with families and kids in the Congressional Plaza Park. See the lights and promenade down the late-night bookstores' line Avenida Corrientes.
8.944 km / 5.557 mi
141 m / 463 ft
117 m / 385 ft
45 m / 148 ft