Puerto Madero is one of the popular gastronomic, business, and residential centers of the city of Buenos Aires. The name Puerto Madero evokes the imagery of red docks. But, in the recent years, the neighborhood underwent a complete makeover. It is sited on the banks of the river Rio de la Plata. Its streets are full of verve and are dotted with several cafes and restaurants. The neighborhood welcomes both the business as well as leisure travelers. It offers incredible staying, dining, recreation, and health facilities to the visitors.
For recreation, it has places such as the Rojo (Red) Tango Show, Art Collection of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, and the Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum.
Restaurants in Puerto Madero
Enjoy a peaceful lunch or taste the exotic beverages at the luxurious restaurants such as Grandma and Coffee Ice Cream Goye, Annex Bar, Barki, and Asia de Cuba. The restaurants serve lip-smacking cuisine, including different types of seafood and the famous Argentine steaks. At night, the restaurants are a nice place to spend some quality time with friends or unwind after a hectic day.
- The restaurants in the neighborhood are overpriced.
- Incredible views of the skyline can be enjoyed at night.
- Do not miss to visit the scenic suspension bridge of Puente de la Mujer.
Facts about Puerto Madero
- It is also known as Puerto Madero Waterfront.
- It is spread across an area of 519 acres (210 ha).
Where is Puerto Madero?
The neighborhood of Puerto Madero is sited in Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. It takes just 44 minutes to reach here from the Ministro Pistarini Airport via Au. Teniente Gral Pablo Ricchieri and Au. 25 de Mayo routes.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit Puerto Madero is during the months of April through June (the fall season) or from September through December (the spring season), as the crowd is less and the weather is mild.
What are the coordinates of Puerto Madero?
34.6119° S, 58.3647° W
Which are the famous attractions in the city of Buenos Aires?
Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo, Teatro Colón, Palacio Barolo, Obelisco de Buenos Aires, Fortabat Art Collection, and Cafe Tortoni.
Image credit : Juan Ignacio Iglesias
AS20151009Published On: Tuesday, October 7th, 2014