Walking along Villa Crespo's Avenida Corrientes, you're bound to feel more like an original Porteño than a traveling outsider. This west Buenos Aires neighborhood's high-rises and industrial spaces foster a livability unlike many other big-city communities. Cafes are unpretentious, commerce is colloquial, and diverse groups of people congregate along Villa Crespo's Subte platforms—a thriving Jewish community calls the neighborhood home.See 120 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Villa Crespo: Everyday Buenos Aires
Banks, supermarkets, and exquisite coffee shops are part of a neighborhood that is growing day by day."
Cafe Culture In Villa Crespo
Neighborhood Retail: Errands for the Everyday
Jewish Influence In Villa Crespo
The Industrial Side of Villa Crespo
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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.