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Port and coast
Pergola de la costanera de fondo el Monumento a Luis Viale
Estatua a Luis Viale
Fuente de las Nereidas
Reserva ecológica
Reserva Ecológica
Fragata Sarmiento
Yacht Club Argentino
Museo de Calcos
Monumento a los Españoles
Museo de Telecomunicaciones
Puerto Nuevo
Muelle de Pescadores
Vista de Costanera Norte desde el aire

Possibility to travel an area of big contrasts with the particular landscape of the Port, the old one coastal, the new esparcimiento areas in front of the river and the changing perspectives of the city.
Journey of 15 km, gives birth to carry out in vehicle, finishing in area of spas and restaurants. To go with children. Bus lines: N° 33 of Walk Columbus to Coastal North; N° 2 and 4 to Coastal South v Port Madero.

For Av. Brazil continues until Av. Engineer Huergo, turn a block to the left gives birth to find, to the right, the access to the old one .
Port Madero

It was built on the project of Francisco Madero, it works polemic in charge by the president

Roca in 1884; their first stage was inaugurated in 1887, although its capacity was overcome soon by the intense commercial movement of the time.

They are 4 parallel cross-trigger and built dikes to the Costa. For the north, the ships consented to him from the Antepuerto and the North Basin; from the south, for South Channel, Antepuerto and South Basin.

Today is desafectado to the port use and it is part of a great amplification project and remodeling of the urban area.

Their dikes and galpones offer a landscape of the past, although without the cranes neither the feverish activity of then. The big brick deposits seen they were manufactured with material brought from England. To the right you leave the South Basin, where today the Maritime Terminal works Buenos Aires
Coastal South

Built in the second decade of this century, during many years it was the obliged walk of the Buenos Aires ones to lean out to the river; today, something changed to the book credit been stuffed the Costa, it still maintains the attractiveness of their very beautiful gardens, boulevares, monuments and buildings. In the first place will find the one Museum of Tracings and Compared Sculpture.

For the boulevard to the right, the Av. Spain; until the will arrive Monument to Spain.

Returning for the same road, it will go to their right by the City Sport Mouth Junior.

In front of the former sport city of Mouth Junior and on the same Av. Spain in the 2099, is the Naval observatory Buenos Aires, it was created in 1881 and its mission is to determine, to conserve and to diffuse the official hour in the whole Argentinean territory among other important ends.

Ahead the old espigón is and, going into in him, will see the beautiful monument to the Plus Ultra, the lands that at the moment surround it they have been transformed in solarium, to which you can consent for the stairways that get off the espigón.

The Source of the Nereidas is amid the Coastal one and next to the espigón will find the entrance to the Reservation Ecological Coastal South.

The vehicular walk continues for the Av. Tristán Achaval Rodríguez; when arriving to the beautiful pergola, formerly the ideal place to contemplate the river, one can see the monument to Luis Viale.

Here the wide Boulevard of the Italians begins, called this way to be in its center a beautiful mast carried out in brass, similar to those that are in San Marcos' Square in Venice that commemorates the visit carried out to the country by the prince Umberto of Saboya in 1924. It was inaugurated in 1927 and it is a project of the Arq. Moretti and it was carried out by the sculptor Castiglioni.

In front of this, appreciate the beautiful building that today is Museum of the Telecommunications.

When finishing the Boulevard of the Italians, it is the access to visit to the Ship Frigate Sarmiento.

It follows the journey leaving the boulevard for the access Viamonte neighbor to the frigate for access Cangallo, if the first one is closed (weekends or traded days).

To cross another time the dikes and to the right for Av. Dávila that will go skirting the galpones recently remodeled with possibility of making a high one in their coffees and restaurants and, then the North Basin.

North Basin

In this place got rid in 1826 the Combat de los Pozos, where the admiral Guillermo Brown defeated to the Armada of the Empire of the Brazil. It is the Naval Post of Guerra's Marina there. Also observe the onlooker and interesting building of the Yacht Argentinean Club.

In the north end of the basin, it will arrive to the Terminal of Fleeting Buenos Aires, from where the Argentineans left toward the north hemisphere in the transatlantic time of the big ones. Here also was the Hotel of Immigrants.

Continuing the journey for new Port.

New port

Carried out between 1911 and 1928 when being surpassed the capacity of Port Timber, it consists from 6 perpendicular built basins to the coast; it is here for where today is carried out the transport of loads and merchandises. The magnitude of this extended port can be appreciated in the gigantic elevators of grains and the big beaches for the one stowed of containers that surround it. For reasons of security, there are sectors of restricted circulation. To all the long of this journey will be able to have panoramic iridescence colors of the profile of the central area, with the towers of Catalinas North and square San Martin in first plane. Antártida can continue for the Av. Argentina, flanked by big institutional buildings and of forces of security, and to skirt the port until finding the water again in Basin F, where the thermoelectric central profile of the old ones of SEGBA is appreciated and CAE.

It is this the sector of the areneras, plants where it is processed with commercial ends the sand that contributes the constant task of had dredged carried out in the navigable channels of the River Plate. It is a curious landscape: on one hand the big dredges discharging for pipes the sand and, for the other one, the mountains of dry sand, already processed and it lists for their use. At the end of this sector it will have arrived to the Coastal North.

Coastal North
It is an extensive tree-lined avenue next to the river that already in the decade of the 40 it displaced to the Coastal South as place of riverside esparcimiento. To be her the access and exit of the port area, the traffic for the avenue is very intense; however, it is the only place where the city can contemplate the wide River Plate and to remember its port destination. It possesses a wide and tree-lined pedestrian sidewalk, ideal for walk among fishermen, with view to the river and beautiful panoramics of the city, with their high built buildings on the level of the ravines.

During the occasional "sudestadas", after the big storms, the waves of the river sweep the coastal sidewalk.

A recent politics of winning lands to the river by means of artificial fillers, it has allowed to enable several centers dedicated to sport or recreation. Without embrago, little by little has left covering the panoramic of the river and it is probable that (of continuing this way) this coastal one finishes as the Coastal South.

The first of these sport centers, at which was added a gigantic center of conventions and shows, is Costa Salguero, econtrará then the modern spa Tip Carrasco.

To the other side of the avenue, the modern New Circuit KDT. Little ahead, and being projected against the river, the traditional Jetty of the Fishermen is.

From there, excellent panoramics of the city; one can enjoy the additional show of the airplanes that continually they take off or they land in the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery.

Next to the airport it can visit one another the Museum of the Aeronautical Argentina.
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