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Recoleta

Recoleta

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You can holiday to Argentina without having to quarantine either on your arrival in the country or on your return to the UK. There are also no travel advisories in place against travel from the FCDO meaning you can book with complete peace of mind.

An affluent barrio of wide leafy streets and a timeless elegance, Recoleta is full of classical mansions, boutique shops, fine dining establishments (as well as some delicious street food options) and fine art. The neighbourhood’s most famous sight though, is its cemetery. The burial plot of choice for Argentina’s rich and richer, the mausoleums here are out-of-this-world, with incredible displays of Art Deco, Gothic and Art Nouveau. Eva Peron (Evita) is also buried here.

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