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Recoleta Cemetery

Junin 1790, Buenos Aires 1116, Argentina
+54 11 4804-7040
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The most celebrated Argentineans, including Eva Peron and her family, are buried at this elaborate cemetery, where mausoleums replicate chapels, pyramids and Greek temples.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Junin 1790, Buenos Aires 1116, Argentina
+54 11 4804-7040
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Reviewed yesterday

This was a pretty cool place to walk around (albeit a macabre walk). Evita's resting place is here as well (just follow the crowd).

Thank Nicholas R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visiting a cemetery seems like a strange idea but the architecture immediately justify themselves when visited. The cemetery is unique in that rich families compete to have best designed resting place, resulting in grand tombs with prices exceeding that of residences The cemetery can get...More

Thank dchiu10
Reviewed 3 days ago

I didn't have enough time to fully take in this legendary "dead center of Buenos Aires" as I had to be somewhere else but it is well worth adding to your to do list in BA, especially if you want to check out where "Don't...More

Thank Brian M
Reviewed 6 days ago

Fascinating! Great, atmospheric place to spend a half-day. This place is huge, ornate, historical, beautiful...and creepy! Amazing how much effort was put into putting up dead people. An absolutely unique place that is surely a must-see when in Buenos Aires.

Thank Matthew D
Reviewed 6 days ago

Spent an interesting few hours here, searching for Evita and looking at the range of tombs and memorials. Quite moving to read some of the memorials.

Thank Sulablula
Reviewed 1 week ago

The mausoleums are incredible to see. Always a line of people at Eva Peron's grave. I wasn't sure why my tour guide was taking us to a cemetery, but was amazing to see the mausoleums. Allow at least an hour.

Thank B R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

To be honest it is just a normal cemetery. Not that much beautiful as the people use to say. My personal point of view.

Thank frscosta
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is definitely a must-see if you're visiting Buenos Aires. While you may be thinking why on earth would anyone want to see a cemetery that you have no connection to, it ended up being an unforeseen highlight of our vacation. THE CEMETERY: The 14...More

Thank MauiWorldTravelers
Reviewed 1 week ago

Recoleta is a nice area to hang around in, nice parks nearby. Cemetery is big - Eva Peron grave is one place to see but its nice to walk around the whole thing - get lost in the graves and enjoy Recoleta!

Thank Clunnon207
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The mausoleums in the cemetery were breath taking in some cases, but some a bit run down as their families do not/can not pay the £100 a month upkeep. It is absolutely full of history and the most important grave would be that of Evita...More

Thank BLP86
Characterised by the French-style mansions which are
the legacy of its aristocratic past, Recoleta is the
true “Paris of the South.” Walking around this
neighbourhood is an experience like no other in Buenos
Aires: its streets are lined with elegant apartment
buildings, exclusive boutiques, and former mansions
turned into high-end hotels and embassies, which exude
an alluring air of sophistication and class. You'll
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19 November 2016|
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Response from robert a | Reviewed this property |
When there you can buy a pamphlet that gives a map with all you need to visit. You don't really need a guide. I had a private chauffer taxi that drove us around for the day. We paid him 150 dollars. Happy to give you his... More
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Response from PKyi | Reviewed this property |
There are three ways to change your money (presumably USD) to Argentinian Pesos (ARS). 1). Go to an ATM and withdraw from your checking account. Many of them are just outside banks and easily accessible. Some ATMs do... More
10 February 2015|
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Response from PKyi | Reviewed this property |
You can just show up and go around on your own, or go on the days that English tours are provided free of charge. I think it was on Tuesdays at 11 am., or you can hire a guide. We really didn't need a guide at all. We... More