May Avenue is near May Square. It is also a tourist road. Many plants are planted on both sides of the road. This road is also very welcome. You can see many interesting gadgets while walking along the road.
May Avenue is the road next to May Square. There are many historical buildings and sculptures on this road. There are still a lot of tourists on the road. Basically, here are all out of town, and the nearby convenience facilities are just so common. Not particularly convenient.
Enchant avenue with historical and Spanish Architecture rounded with trees and coffee shops.
The Avenida de Mayo is one of the most important thoroughfares in all of Argentina in that this one mile stretch connects the Plaza de Mayo (Executive power) with the Palacio de la Congresso (Argentine Legislative branch). The oldest cafe in Argentina, the historic Cafe Tortoni is located on this avenue.
It is also built after imitating the European and American avenues, surrounded by various key buildings, such as the city government building, Kabirdo (the colonial city council), Julio Roca Avenue, banks, churches, etc., which are quite sightseeing. taste