Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Where to stay near Recoleta, Buenos Aires?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 305 vacation rentals near Recoleta. From 294 apartments to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Recoleta for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Visit Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina

For a Parisian getaway with a South American twist, head to Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Paris of South America. Explore this beautiful city’s historic monuments, gorgeous parks, stunning museums, and more. As you embark on your Argentinian adventure, you need a place to rest in between your excursions. Just because you’re going to be spending most of your time out and about doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a home away from home to rest. Book a Recoleta vacation rental, and make the most out of your getaway from this beautiful downtown neighborhood.

Endless fun in Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Recoleta is full of interesting things to see. You can start off your adventure with a guided tour of the area, whether you want to see the sights or head to the surrounding areas for a tour on horseback. Make sure you grab a ticket to a performance at the beautiful Recoleta Cultural Center. You can even find workshops held here. Add some excitement to your night with a pub crawl or by visiting one of the city’s numerous nightclubs. No matter what time it is, there’s always something fun to do in Buenos Aires.

See the best of Recoleta

The hardest part about seeing the beautiful sights here is deciding which to see first. Visit the Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens, the largest in the world outside of Japan. It’s in Parque Tres de Febrero, also known as Palermo Woods, along with a rose garden, a zoo, and even a planetarium. Take a wine tour of local vineyards where you can learn what makes Argentinian wine so delicious. For a more family-friendly attraction, take your kids to Museo de los Ninos. Here, your children can learn about the city and even how businesses work.

Enjoy sunny Recoleta

Recoleta is beautiful no matter when you go, with a subtropical climate, but moderate Atlantic temperatures. While the average high in the summer is around the mid 80s, the temperature can drop as low as 45 degrees on average in the winter. If you want a nice cool temperature in the 60s, visit during the early spring or fall. If you want to avoid the rain, your best bet is to travel during the winter, although you may not encounter it at all since Buenos Aires only gets an average 99 days of rain per year.

Explore Recoleta’s rivers and streams

Recoleta is on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, the widest river in the world. You’ll find numerous small rivers and streams winding their way through Recoleta, some feeding lakes. he Pampas Plains surround the city and act as the agricultural heartland for the entire country. Like its people, the wildlife of Buenos Aires is refreshingly diverse. Apart from the robust zoo, various trees and animal life, especially birds, live in and around the city. One of the more beautiful examples is the swan, which can be found frequently in ponds and lagoons.