One of the biggest things to see in Buenos Aires is the Recoleta cematery. But, we are Recoleta cemetery challenged. The first try we took the wrong bus and ended up at a polo stadium. On the second try we walked. By the time we got there we had heat stroke, and the cemetery was long closed for the day.
And, you can get there by subway.
It was his birthday, (He lived from 1890 – 1935 when he died in a plane crash.) so it seemed fitting to visit his tomb. It sounds strange to visit a cemetery, but his gravesite was anything but somber.
The cemetery is enormous. Each tomb is like a little house, rows and rows of them, it was like a small city with streets and blocks of granite and marble tombs.