San Isidro – Buenos Aires - Argentina
The city of San Isidro in Buenos Aires Province, north of the City of Buenos Aires. San Isidro is known for its mansions and tree lined streets, is one of the most exclusive areas of Argentina. The coast of San Isidro is always a tourist attraction for water sports. Tourists can enjoy great restaurants and staying in various hotels that have been installed in the area in recent years.
San Isidro is located in the North area of the city of Buenos Aires, in the Great Buenos Aires and about 20 km away from downtown.
The visitor can reach the place:
- By train:
- Setting off from Retiro station, Bartolomé Mitre Train (Tigre Branch Line) getting off in San Isidro Station.
- Setting off from the same station (Retiro), take Mitre branch line until Mitre station where you should take the Tren de la Costa as far as San Isidro station. This is an ecological train, basically with a tourist purpose and goes around the margin of Río de la Plata as far as Delta del Tigre Station after riding more than 15 km.
- By car:
- Along Del Libertador Avenue passing by the neighborhoods of: Recoleta, Palermo, Belgrano, Nuñez, Vicente López, Olivos, La Lucila, Martínez, Acasusso arriving in San Isidro.
- Taking Del Sol Highway getting to Lomas de San Isidro, a private area, going round the Golf Club and the San Isidro Hippodrome to reach the center of San Isidro.
- By Bus:
- From the different neighborhoods of the city of Buenos Aires, there are many lines which can take you to various points of the center of San Isidro, being one of them the popular line 60.
The route begins in San Isidro Station of Mitre Branch line. Walk along Belgrano Avenue as far as the Mástil. On one of the corners you will find the Banco Provincia de Buenos Aires, San Isidro branch, where you should take 9 de Julio Street until Mitre square. On Sundays and holidays there are hand craft stalls in this place. Going down the slopes lies San Isidro station which belongs to the Tren de la Costa with its shops. On the corner of Del Libertador Avenue and 9 de Julio Street, you will find the San Isidro Cathedral, inaugurated on June 14th, 1898 and recently recycled. Take Adrián Beccar Varela as far as 774 where the Dr. Horacio Beccar Varela municipal Museum, Library and Historical File is located. Take Belgrano Street, turn into del Libertado Avenue until Roque Saenz Peña Street, turn into this street and take a lot at the San Isidro Club, one of the most traditional rugby clubs in the Republic of Argentina. Walk along this street as far as the corner of Centenario Avenue where the San Isidro Hippodrome is placed.
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