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   La Boca
   San Telmo
   Monserrat
   San Nicolás
   Retiro 
   Recoleta
   Balvanera
   Puerto Madero
   Palermo
   Belgrano
   Flores
   Mataderos
 
   4 Tracks
   Air Activity
   Nautical Activty
   Horse Riding
   Hiking 
   Hunting
   Fishing
  Climbing
   Mountain Bike
   Paragliding
   Rafting
   Sauna-Spa
   Trekking
 
   Golf Courses
   Ski Resorts
   Argentine Wines
   Rural Tourism
   The Tango  
   Tourist Trains
   Jesuitics buildings
   Nationals Parks
 
 
Límits
Altos de Eliorraga en San Telmo
 
Museo Nacional de Arte decoraqtivo en Palermo
 
Baile del dragon en el barrio Chino de Belgrano
 
 
Pasaje Barolo en San Nicolás
 
Cablido de Buenos Aires , frente a Plaza de Mayo
 
It is surrounded in the North and West by the Avenue General Paz that separates it of county of Vicente López, General San Martin, Tres de Febrero Three and La Matanza. For the South, El Riachuelo establishes the limit with the parties of Lomas de Zamora, Lanús and Avellaneda; and for the East is taken a bath by the Rio de la Plata.
 
Neighborhoods of the City of Buenos Aires
 

For Municipal Ordinance Nº 26.607 of the year 1972, the City of Buenos Aires was divided in the following neighborhoods:

Agronomía, Almagro, Balvanera, Barracas, Belgrano, Boca, Boedo, Caballito, Coghlan, Constitución, Colegiales, Chacarita, Flores , Floresta , Liniers , Mataderos , Monte Castro , Montserrat , Nueva Pompeya, Nuñez, Palermo , Parque Avellaneda , Parque Chacabuco , Parque Patricios , Paternal , Puerto Madero , Recoleta , Retiro , Saavedra , San Cristóbal , San Nicolás , San Telmo , Velez Sársfield , Versalles , Villa Crespo , Villa del Parque , Villa Devoto , Villa General Mitre , Villa Lugano , Villa Luro , Villa Ortúzar , Villa Pueyrredón , Villa Real , Villa Riachuelo , Villa Santa Rita , Villa Soldati , Villa Urquiza

In the decade of the the 90 this regulation modified to include the neighborhood of Puerto Madero (the old port of Buenos Aires that was recycled)


The neighborhoods present individually, characteristic different, product of their location, their architectural lines, their streets and the activities that are developed in them. 
This way for example:

Boca is a typical neighborhood, very peculiar, where the irregularity of its streets and the varied colors of the front of their houses give the original note of the same one, painters' of fame home, as Benito Quinquela Martin. 

San Nicolás is the neighborhood where the bank and market activity is joined with the commercial one, having important and luxurious galleries and diverse business, I eat modern buildings likewise. Downtown is also, the location place among other, of Government's House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Command in Boss of the Army, the Bank of the Nation Argentina, the Ministry of Treasury, and headquarters of most of the theaters and cinematographs that are distributed in everything Buenos Aires. 

San Telmo: at the moment in restoration process it is the faithful testimony of a past full with charm, with their old large houses and you narrow sidewalks. In the corner of Brazil and Defense, February of 1536, 3 Pedro of Mendoza planted the "Tree of the Justice" and in the current square Dorrego, was the terminal of the carts in the colonial time. In this neighborhood  is the Minimum House that is the most narrow in the city with 2,20 m of wide, located in the Passage San Lorenzo 380; and it is the center of one of the main tourist circuits of the city. 

Monserrat: integral of the old and distinguished South neighborhood, together with San Telmo, it also possesses several landmarks of consideration, as the church Saint John the Baptist, built in 1620, to which was annexed in 1768 the Convent of Our Mrs. of the Pilar from Zaragoza, reggio of the congregation of the clarisas. Another bastion is the church of Ntra. Mrs. of Montserrat, historical monument where the replica of the original image is conserved, hidden in Barcelona in the century VIII to protect it of the Muslims. 

Barracas: are par excellence the industrial area of the city

Recoleta: is the elegant neighborhood, with luxurious palaces and where the famous necropolis also rises for its historical monuments. 
The City of Buenos Aires, to be the Federal District, is the headquarters of the national authorities and it is, also, a highly qualified education center that one manifests in the universities, the scientific academies, the museums, the libraries and the different teaching establishments that are in her. 

In the last years, the development of the city has determined the construction of an important quantity of hotels of great category that receive a considerable number of passengers (managers, tourists, political and artistic figures, etc.) along the whole year.

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