Puerto Madero, the latest urban development in Buenos Aires, is located in the centre of the city and east of San Telmo. Located in the ancient harbour area, it has been built since the 1990s. It is the most prosperous and tourist area in Buenos Aires. Here, there are many new buildings, but also many hotel restaurants are rebuilt on the basis of the old warehouse wharf, Madelow Port also has a variety of delicacies, is one of the important food strongholds in Bushi.
This is the New District of Buenos Aires. There are many modern buildings in the port area. The famous Women's Bridge and the Samiento Warship are right here. There are many middle and high-end restaurants on the bank. It's a pleasant thing to take a walk along the river.
A great area for restaurants and walks by the river. On the opposite side is the "new" Buenos Aires with hundreds of luxury highrises. Nice to visit but not to live! Our favorite restaurant is Tratoria Parolacia, especially at lunch time when you can take advantage of the Menu Ejecutivo--quite inexpensive for this upscale establishment. By the wy, the city's most famous steak house, Cabana Las Lilas, is located here.
Buenos Aires is a relatively modern area, with many modern high-rise buildings, is a more developed business area!
A 5 block walk from our home, Puerto Madero is a revamped dockside area. Its converted redbrick buildings contain upscale steakhouses popular with tourists and business lunchers. Sleek skyscrapers house multinational corporations and high-value apartments. Trails loop around several lakes at the wildlife-rich Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, which draws families and joggers. Spanning the docks, Puente de la Mujer is a graceful suspension bridge.
Puerto Madero is a modern development on the old wharfs of Buenos Aires. It is home to the fantastic Fortabat private art collection as well as the very trendy Faena hotel. Many traditional restaurants also have branches there. The Costanera Sur nature reserve is on the east side of Puerto Madero (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Costanera_Sur_Ecological_Reserve). It is perfect for bird watchers and leisurely walks with great view os the city.
Puerto Madero is a thriving waterfront of restaurants, museums, and retail shops. It was once the old wharves for storing perishables that were being exported abroad. But Buenos Aires officials recently redeveloped the waterfront to make it more tourist friendly, and they succeeded beyond their wildest imaginations. The Italian restaurant Sottovoche makes great Italian food!
A lovely modern neighborhood. Plenty of restaurantes, bars and places to hang out, Puerto Madero is definitely the modern face of Buenos Aires.Recommended; Puente de la Mujer (woman's pedestrian bridge), Art Collection Amalia Fortabat, Faena Art Centre and Eco-reserve.