A guide to who's who on the colourful "Paseo de la Historieta", an open-air sculpture trail dedicated to Argentine comic strip characters.
Imposing building constructed by the Eva Perón Foundation.
Venue for tango shows and former store dating back to 1769.
The city's narrowest house.
Discover underground tunnels and four centuries of history.
More than 7000 works of art by Argentine and international artists
Atmospheric bar named for its location on the south of the original city limits.
Old hotel turned gallery and workshop.
Excellent parrilla also serving pastas and delicious fried empanadas in an old house with a tragic love story.
18th century home of writer and soldier Esteban de Luca.
Historic indoor market offering everything from antiques to great coffee.
Gallery on land originally owned by Argentine patriot Domingo French.
Old neighbourhood square hosting an antiques fair every Sunday.
Home to successive generations of goldsmiths.
18th century retirement home for the clergy that later served as a prison.
One of the city's oldest churches.
19th century family mansion turned quirky bohemian shopping space.
Restored historic building from 1860.
Church in the 17th century Muscovite style, opened in 1904.
One of the city's most luxurious gardens, turned into a public park
Museum that briefly housed Argentina's national government.
The painter's 18th century home.