Posts Tagged ‘Recoleta Cemetery’

Local Expert Pedro Werberg Reveals Buenos Aires’ Hidden Treasures

Saturday, April 18th, 2009

Pedro Werberg knows Buenos Aires inside and out. A native of Buenos Aires fluent in English, German and of course Spanish, Pedro offers guided tours that explore the hidden treasures of the city.  I asked Pedro about his favorite restaurants, shops, cafes and things to see and do in BA. Here’s what he had to […]

Ten Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Here’s a list of ten of my favorite things to do in Buenos Aires: Visit Recoleta Cemetery. While you’re there, check out the church next door (Nuestra Señora Del Pilar) and Recoleta Village. Eat a big, juicy steak and at a parilla restaurant. Argentine beef is delicious because the cows are grass fed. Take a tango […]

Recoleta Cemetery Tops My List of Buenos Aires Tourist Attractions

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

When people ask me for tips on things to do while visiting Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cemetery is always my number one recommendation. But visiting a cemetery sounds kind of boring, maybe even a little gruesome, right? Isn’t it just a bunch of dead people planted in the ground, and maybe a few pretty tombstones? Not […]