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I always enjoy visiting this historic site that commemorates the Argentine men and women who perished in the 1982 Malvinas War with Great Britain. There are also two soldiers on guard from one of the many branches of the Army, Air force, Navy .
The Plaza San Martin was looking really good recently and the weather was summery and idyllic. The good thing, though, is that the park affords considerable shade. It was a great place to relax and people watch!
Located in the inner city, this huge place is encompassing statues of the Libertador and gardens surrounded by beautiful private houses becoming official buildings. It is very nice to enjoy a guided tour if you can. You will go deep into history.
Walking from the cruise ship port to Calle Florida the easiest way is through Plaza San Martin. It is safe, on weekdays office workers use this as a walkway and then again for eating lunch. Statues, green space and the prominent English tower with a...More
Plaza San Martin in Buenos Aires, is a very pleasant visit, and our visit was on a sunny and warm October day.
The Pink House is prominent, and Plaza San Martin is a short stroll from our hotel.
While visiting Plaza San Martin, we experience...More