Students, philosophers, professors, and poets fill the cafes in Caballito, an amiable neighborhood alive with college-level pursuits. Whether wandering among shaded reverie at Parque Rividavia or diving into a heated debate over Cortázar and Borges, Caballito's charm leaves no room for arguement. The neighborhood offers easy accessibility into BA's center, it just takes a little patience on the Subte. Most Caballito residents don't mind the wait—it provides ample time to ponder.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Poets and Philosophers Near the End of the Subte Line
Located close to Palermo, Caballito neighborhood is a traditional non tourist area where you can approach the real porteño lifestyle. The area itself is very quiet and more importantly, very safe."
Cafe Culture In Caballito
Grassy Expanses, Sidewalk Life, and Sunday Markets
Indoors In Caballito
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Javier Pierini studied in Argentina in the creative workshops of Gabriel Valansi and Juan Travnik. He also studied photography at the Instituto Europeo di Design in Milan, Italy, and at the Santa Fe Workshops in the U.S. His work has been published in various media print worldwide including: The NYTimes Style Magazine, Travel + Leisure, National Geographic Traveler, Fortune, and Condé Nast Traveller. His artwork has been exhibited in Argentina, USA, Italy, and Poland.