This square is not the most popular square in the area, and it is connected to the residential area, so many tourists may ignore it, but I think it’s pretty good here, and there are some more down-to-earth things. .
It's a European square, it's surrounded by baroque or Victorian buildings, some of the statues are quite in their own style, I think it's OK to visit.
Piazza della Italiana is a little famous square in Buenos Aires and worth a visit, according to the rankings on the Internet, it seems to be good, and so it is.
A region of Argentina. There are many foreign companies here, it is also a very good attraction to visit, there are many interesting museums in the Plaza de Italy, some hotels are here too.
The botanical garden on the side is quite good, very quiet, can have so many green parks in the downtown area, it is unimaginable in the Tianchao, the weather in Argentina is awesome. There will be local craftsmen's stalls on Sundays, and it feels really worth going after the tour.
if you are staying close to plaza italia, you can enjoy the eco parque, and the palermo soho area. The plaza in general, is not very clean nor well maintained.
The monument is a bit strange, surrounded by blocks and condominiums. The place is very well conected to the rest of the city.
Small plaza that served as our access point for the subway and busses while getting around the city. Pretty busy with traffic so couldn’t imagine sitting relaxing here.
This is a meeting place of the locals, very quiet and relaxing. It is small, but big enough to people watch and just take a little break. This plaza honors the Italian culture.
Plaza Italia is a small park in Palermo neighborhood of the city of Buenos Aires which can easily be reached by metro station of the same name. Next to the plaza are the main entrances to the Zoo and ...