Top 5 bookstores in Buenos Aires

Top 5 bookstores in Buenos Aires. Books never die. They are a symbol of knowledge, emotions, and the very reason for human wisdom. Books play an important role in our life. They are our best companions. Books demand nothing from us. They give us plenty of joy. They take us into a different world of imagination. For that reason, Wanderlust Spanish wants to show you the top 5 bookstores in Buenos Aires

Top 5 bookstores in Buenos Aires

1: Eterna Cadencia (Honduras 5574, Palermo)

So, if you want to read the best alternative writers from Argentina and South America, don’t hesitate to visit this beautiful bookshop located in the heart of Palermo. You can drink a coffee while reading.

2: El Ateneo Grand Splendid (Av Santa Fe 1860, Recoleta)

Firstly, this is the largest bookstore in Latin America and it is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Paul Auster, Mario Vargas Llosa, Ernesto Sábato, Andrés Rivera, and Mario Benedetti are just some of the writers who have presented their books or simply walk their corridors.

3: Clásica y moderna ( Callao 800, Congreso)

Declared “Notable Bar of the City”. It is a hall of quality nighttime musical shows with varied programming. Tango, jazz, narrations, among others. In the background, there is a library. And, you can have lunch, dinner or a few drinks. It’s magic!

4: Walrus Book (Estados Unidos 617, San Telmo)

So, used books. The smell of books, quiet music, are just some words that define this library. It’s an incredible place in San Telmo to know the poetic atmosphere of Buenos Aires. Wanderlust Spanish visits this place whenever possible.

5: El gato escaldado, (Av. Independencia 3548 , Boedo)

One of the most typical neighborhoods of Buenos Aires is Boedo. The bookstore is intimately linked to the cultural life of the neighborhood and an active member of it. Throughout the year (and especially during September, in the “week of Boedo”) organizes cultural events. For example, some of them are readings, concerts, screenings, and is associated with different businesses to keep alive that culture so typical of the neighborhood.

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