A residential neighborhood in the north of Buenos Aires, Belgrano offers both an oasis of peace, as commercial energy. The upper middle class likes to live in the quiet, leafy streets and buy along the busy Avenida Cabildo with shops, boutiques and cafes corner.


– Belgrano Square
Central Square neighborhood, Belgrano Square, surrounded by the Cathedral of Belgrano popularly called “La Redonda” due to its circular shape, the Museum of Spanish Art Enrique Larreta, the House Museum Yrurtia and the Sarmiento Museum. The place is an important meeting place for artists who open their craft markets on weekends. Location: Street Pledge to 2200.

– Chinatown:
Known colloquially and unofficially as Chinatown, this place hosts various Asian ethnic groups, including the first Taiwanese immigrants, followed by Chinese, Korean and Japanese, who moved there in the mid 80’s. As the area grows, the Asian culture is preserved, and includes plenty of supermarkets with products of their region, restaurants and stores.
Enjoying a delicious sushi or explore the full Chinese supermarkets rare delicacies, has to be among the list of things done in Buenos Aires. Location: Oath 1600 and 2100 Arribeños intersection.