The Belgrano Square is a memorial city square built in honor of Manuel Belgrano- the creator of the national flag of Argentina. This place hosts an extremely interesting fair very regularly. Local artisans sell their eclectic ware at this mini-market which is certainly an important tourist attraction. The bust of Manuel Belgrano forms the center-piece of this fascinating space
Other than this, the Belgrano area itself is also very interesting to explore. The sidewalks are always busy with people. There are grocery stores, curio-stores and clothing boutiques and all kinds of exciting places for social and cultural mingling. There is also a famous church called La Redonda in this area. If you are looking for a laid-back sort of a day of just strolling around this is one of the many places in Buenos Aires where you can do that.
- The two Museums built in the premises of the Belgrano Square are primarily art museums which house numerous heritage objects along with the historical objects of use by the former presidents of Argentina.
- Use Sub-way line D to Belgrano R
- Restaurant Centro Lalin
- Campo dei Fiori
- Restaurante Cuba Mia
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57.39% of people who visit Buenos Aires include Belgrano Square in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
45.78% of people start their Belgrano Square visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Belgrano Square
82.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Belgrano Square