In this post the blogguer Mauro Duarte share you useful information about Recoleta Cemetery: what to visit and how to get to one of the main attractions of BA.
Visit to the Recoleta Cemetery
The Recoleta cemetery is one of the main attractions of the city of Buenos Aires as the tourist Observatory. It presents an important architectural value because more than 90 of the vaults were declared a National Historic Landmark and it is chosen by politicians, intellectuals and public figures for their final rest.
This cemetery is a must-see for tourists visiting the city, curious and lovers of photography by making it possible to create unique postcards.
Useful information about Recoleta Cemetery
Days and Opening Hours
- Access to the cemetery is free every day from 7 am to 17:30 hs. It has guided tours from Tuesday to Friday at 11 am and Saturdays, Sundays and holidays at 11 am and 15 pm.
- The guided tour lasts an hour and you can see the tombs of Bartolomé Mitre, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Raúl Ricardo Alfonsín, Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat and Martin Karadagián among others. Being its main attraction of the cemetery the tomb of Eva Duarte de Peron.
- It is located in calle Junin 1760 in the exclusive neighborhood of Recoleta in Buenos Aires.