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This large downtown district is enticing when it comes to both history and Architecture. It is the most affluent neighborhood, with chic buildings and expensive hotels. Apart from walking on its wonderful, meandering streets, there are quite a lot of things to do here. The most popular spot here is the Recoleta Cemetery, which is like a huge cemetery. It is amongst the top 10 cemeteries of the world (yes, there is such a list!) and has tombs of many important people, like most of the past Argentinian Presidents and Napoleon's grand daughter. This district boasts of a Parisian style of Architecture and in many ways forms the cultural center of the city. You can find a number of art displays, concerts, plays, cinema etc at the Centro Cultural Recoleta situated here.
One of the most unique and adventurous concept of Argentina is Puerta Cerrada, meaning Closed Door dining. This basically means you are invited into a chef's house (a small restaurant looking place) and are served delicacies right from his kitchen. A very personal gourmet experience this concept is very famous in Buenos Aires. Casa Salt shaker has been running for around six years now with two magnificent people, Chef Dan Perlman and host Henry Tapia invite tourists in to taste some dishes created specially for them. The largest group they allow is of 12 people and it is a great cultural and social experience to eat together. You are sure to meet some interesting people and even if you don't, the food is to die for!