Retiro and Puerto Madero are two neighborhoods that we can join them at walking distance. The neighborhood that welcomed all the nationalities that ended up forming this Argentine being, and the other which knew how to make the city look back to the river, have museums that tell us both its history and the cultural richness of Buenos Aires.
There is a better life, but is it really more expensive?
Recoleta´s name derives from the monastery of the Recollect friars, who settled in this area in the early eighteenth century. Around 1870, the richest families in the south of the city moved to this higher ground to distance themselves from widespread cholera and yellow fever epidemics. Here they built their Paris-inspired residences and palaces.