May Avenue is the road beside May Square. There are many historical buildings and sculptures on this road. There are still more tourists on the road. Basically, this side is all from other places, and the convenience of the nearby people is generally matched. It's not a special convenience.
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.
Enchant avenue with historical and Spanish Architecture rounded with trees and coffee shops.
The main streets of Buenos Aires are lined with shops and all kinds of goods. They like to come here for dinner and shopping.
The government is very capable of preserving a long history of streets, all of which are ancient houses and shops on the first floor.
May Avenue is a very special place. There are not many people here. It's the best in autumn. The yellow leaves are very beautiful.