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  • Plata Nativa

    Somehow Sharon Stone discovered Plata Nativa and went crazy for the multistrand necklaces combining turquoise, amethyst, quartz, lapis, and other s... More
  • Plaza de Congreso—Plaza de Mayo Corridor

    When people refer to Buenos Aires as the Paris of South America, they are remembering this genteel quarter along the Avenida de Mayo. The city’s fi... More
  • Plaza de Mayo

    A tidy square dating from the 1580's, lined with Neoclassical buildings like the Catedral Metropolitana and anchored by an ornate cast-iron fountai... More
  • Plaza Dorrego

    On Sundays it seems like the entire population of Buenos Aires flocks to San Telmo, a newly chic boho district. Start at Plaza Dorego then fan out ... More
  • Poema 20

    This book dealer offers first editions and historical paraphernalia. Our favorites: Bruce Chatwin’s In Patagonia and pictures of Jorge Luis Borges ... More
  • Puerto Madero

    Beautifully revamped, this once-derelict two-mile stretch of docks and warehouses is now lined with steak houses, nightclubs, and romantic arching ... More
  • Quilmes Ruins

    In the ruin's small museum, examine arrowheads and pottery shards; outside scramble over rock walls and peer into the stone houses built into the c... More
  • Rachael Bockoven Colbert

    Years as agent: 13. Specialties: Costa Rica, Soft adventure. Consulting fee: None. More
  • Recoleta

    It’s not surprising that Eva Perón is interred in the very heart of this neighborhood. Evita will always be remembered for, among other things, her... More
  • Recoleta Cemetery

    With more than 4,700 ornate stone crypts laid out along a streetlike grid, this graveyard is an architectural masterpiece, and an eerie miniature c... More
  • Recoleta Neighborhood

    center of Buenos Aires high society, beautiful Recoleta may boast more polished brass than Fifth Avenue. The neighborhood is full of upscale clothi... More
  • Rod & Gun Resources

    Fishing trips to Alaska, the Amazon, Argentina, and beyond, with stays in comfortable jungle lodges, cabin barges, and tented camps. T+L Trip pick ... More
  • Route of the Seven Lakes

    The scenic road to San Martín de los Andes known as the Route of the Seven Lakes, is a celebrated—and largely unpaved—road through the forest. More
  • Ruca Malén

  • Ruth Benzacar, Galeria de Arte

    Founded in 1965 by the eponymous Ruth Benzacar, this avant garde art gallery in a hidden underground space near Plaza San Martín is committed to pr... More

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