Liniers is a neighborhood located west in Buenos Aires City. It is famous for housing a large part of the Bolivian and Peruvian community which has a great market on Ramón Falcón St. and many traditional restaurants. It’s also home of Vélez Sársfield Football Club and the last station of the west metropolitan railroad. Hostel Colonial brings you some great tips on this unique neighborhood of our city.
Among the main attractions are: the San Cayetano Church (150 Cuzco St.), Vélez Sársfield Stadium (9200 Juan B. Justo Ave), Liniers Bolivian-Peruvian area (Ramón Falcón St andJosé León Suárez St), Liniers Station (11000 Rivadavia Ave), Corpus Domini Church (266 Albariño St), San Enrique Parrish (6941 Estero Bellaco St), La Blanqueada traditional food market and Sargento Cabral Square, among others.
You can also visit Plaza Liniers Shopping Center (7115 Ramón Falcón St), Don Luis Carrousel (Ramón Falcón St and Miralla St), Martín Irigoyen Square (Larrazábal Ave and Fonrouge St), Rincón del Pilar restaurant (32 Cosquin St), Teocali restaurant (9390 Juan B. Justo Ave) and Sandro Pizza (417 Larrazábal Ave). If you’re visiting Buenos Aires, don’t miss the chance to come to Liniers.