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I have been to Buenos Aires multiple times but this was my first visit to Barrio Chino. I took a hop on hop off bus tour and this was one of the stops. I walked the main street and i rather enjoyed seeing chinese people...More
Do not go out of your way to visit this place. It is approximately one bock long, with dirty sidewalks and plenty of trash everywhere. Lots of people walking around trying to find where is the action and young adults eating cheap sidewalk fried food....More
Tired of eating steak at every meal except breakfast, the urge not have any meal took me to Chinatown (from hotel in plaza de mayo which taxi fare cost us US$12+ .
China arch at entrance is donated by the mainland chinese govt to promote...More
You will be surprised at all the yummies you can buy here to bring home for yourself and for gifts for friends. Odd healthy pastas in bags, Patagonia snacks and pate's. It's fun to cruise the stores in any Chinatown but this one has the...More
Came to Chinatown to have some dinner but arrived way to early. Could not find any restaurants on the main drag only food stores and souvenir shops. Walked around surrounding streets not very exciting. Got back on the bus and left!
We have been to most Chinatown in European,Australian,and North American cities
This one is somewhat different
It is rather small which extends only 4 to 5 blocks
There is a railway tract which runs in front of a huge CHINA GATE
There are lots of...More
Whether youre koreN, chinese, or simply east and southeast asian people, this is the place to buy your asian delicacies and have a asian cuisine.
Just like amy asian country, this barrio chino sells goods far more cheaper than any places. Have a stop and...More
As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where colour and scent emanate from every corner, particularly
during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.