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1. Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno

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1508 reviews
Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Agüero 2502, C1425 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 9PM

Telephone: +54 11 4808-6000

Business type: Library



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Ricardo Emmel Böck: Great place to research and study, although it might not be very pleasant when it’s too hot.

jennifer chen: I need to go inside! Amazing constructivist library a must see.

Laura Gao: Incredible place.Super recommend to study there.The Borges theatre is wonderful

Boris M.: Very worth visiting for everyone interested in architecture.Just make sure not to miss a guided tour. The guard was not smart enough to tell us about the tour which started exactly at the moment when we arrived.

Davide Di Martino: I liked the temporary exhibition in Shakespeare and Cervantes.A little bit more maintenance to the building would do good...

Eduardo Barraza: Its quiet. The atmosphere is as great as the view. It looks down to Puerto Madero and the Rio de la Plata river

Andréa Borges: Amazing place!

Javier Vieiro: A nice and quiet place for reading a book or study in the heart of Recoleta neighborhood

Lautaro C.R: The people there could treat you better, a lot of egos around, disgusting.But the place IS really nice it has a lot of information regarding cultural events from this country

Bartholome: Decent place to study if you don't need Wi-Fi. There is wifi, but it doesn't work (well). Mornings are best, as it can get warm and busy in the afternoon. Powerplugs are scarce , but mate's abundant!

2. National Library of Teachers

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144 reviews
National Library of Teachers
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Pje. Pizzurno 953, C1017 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: +54 11 4129-1272

Business type: Library



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Nicolás M. Cabrera: Un 'must go' de Baires.
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Fernando: A library in one of the many beautiful buildings in the city. And one of the many places to visit and be free that we have and that we often ignore. 👉 to enter they only ask for your ID and leave the bag in the lockers. You can enter with your computer if you want, they make you fill out a paper only to control when you leave. 👉 I respect the book material, I honestly did not give an opinion because I did not go to that, the Library is specialized in education, so it is reference material, especially for teachers. 👉 the building is well preserved, and although the chairs and furniture are somewhat deteriorated, the people who work are super friendly 👉 On the first floor there is a photo album of the schools at the end of the 19th century, which is a gem.
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Priscila Jiménez: 🏫 The library is inside the Sarmiento Palace. It is very nice, ideal to go to study or work. The tables and chairs are very comfortable, it also has several plugs 🔌 🤑 Admission is free. You must present your ID. 🔐 You cannot enter with a backpack, food or drinks. They give you a key to store your things in a locker. You can enter with your cell phone, computer and everything you want but in your hand. 🖥 There are computers and good wifi. 📚 At the moment only the reading room is enabled.
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sandra: It is a public library, it was founded on January 15, 1870, specialized in educational sciences and pedagogy, it works in the historic building of the Palacio Sarmiento. It can be visited for free from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. no need to book, just with the DNI.
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Daniel Caro: It's a nice place to study, the only bad thing is that the internet doesn't work very well so before you go you have to make sure you have everything you need.
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Laura Soria: The place is beautiful well preserved. Calm and quiet environment. Excellent attention at the reception but the times I was there were Internet connection interruptions for a long time.
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Giuliana Ayala: Precious! You can visit it on your own or come to study. It is comfortable, it has a connection to connect the cell phone or the computer, and it is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Next door is the Palace, which offers very nice guided tours. Very friendly guide. Worth a visit
Response: Hello Guiliana. Thanks for your comment! It is worth clarifying that the library is open from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Do not forget to bring your ID or passport to enter. We are waiting for you

Didier Castañeda: It is one of the most beautiful libraries I have ever seen, very comfortable to study, you have a locker with a padlock to store things, electricity for electrical devices. Comfortable furniture and good lighting. In general very good and very pretty
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Valeria Herrera: Today we visit the Library with the 5-year-old girls and boys. We enjoyed the tour of the library and the children's reading room. The guide waited for us very kindly and accompanied us throughout the journey. The teachers perhaps expected some narration or story reading but it did not happen. However, the children enjoyed the visit. Also, they gave us some beautiful literary cards.
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Mayte Rojas: The guide that we had was very good, loving and attentive. The heating was very strong, so don't go so warm because you are going to melt from the heat. It is a good place to study in tranquility and silence.
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3. El Ateneo Grand Splendid

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid
Services
4.9
Location
4.8
Attention
4.8
Possibility of Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: Av. Sta. Fe 1860, C1123 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: +54 11 4813-6052

Business type: Book store



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Brent Timm: This bookstore is an absolute MUST VISIT if you come to Buenos Aires. The architecture is simply stunning and must be seen to be believed. I had a wonderful time here exploring all the floors and staring with wonder at the unique paintings and designs. Unfortunately they don’t have an English language section here but you’ll definitely find some great potential souvenirs to take home. I heard the cafe has nice coffee but we didn’t get a chance to try it. Greet place to spend a little under an hour.

Emilia Guidobono: National Geographic crowned it "world's most beautiful bookstore" in 2019: couldn’t agree more. Although I confess, I don’t know enough libraries to have this opinion, I can’t imagine another bookshop living me so breathless. Everywhere you look, there’s books. And even better: organized books. So you can choose either enter place and look exactly for what you need without hassle or you can lose yourself in all this place has to offer. There’s also inside a place to have something to eat or drink. So you can browse around, have a nice break and leave the decision of which books to buy for when you have eaten and are ready to go. Sounds like I could spend a whole day here… without even realizing it.

Olg 8: an absolute must-see place. former theatre converted into a royal bookstore. magnificent decorations, balconies and stairs. have a cup of very decent coffee right on the scene! fascinating! modern antique

Jens Peter Olesen: Amazing book store. They have everything - found so many classic books and even a fair share of old records. And all available in an old theatre. What a view and so big. Mostly Spanish books though. The café is a nice rest in the back of the store.

Victoria Romero: If you love bookstores this is a MUST! It is STUNNING. I read it is one of the top 5 bookstores in the world. Before you do anything go to the second floor and take in the view from above. This old theatre has been turned into a bookstore and is absolutely breathtaking. If you have time you can eat in the Cafe located on the old stage. Take come time browsing through books. The staff is very friendly and there is a lot to explore here.

Jerry Ratigan: Extremely busy and large crowds….. lots of people here just to take selfies.. 4 floors of books, with a some CD, and vinyl record options. Mostly, over 95% books in Spanish as expected. Definitely worth a visit as the inside old theatre tenants are well preserved and as if you are stepping back in time.

Dr. Ali Duerks: Most beautiful bookstore I’ve ever visited. It used to be a theater. It has a nice cafe in the back where the stage would be. The selection of books are obviously in Spanish, there’s also a section with stationeries, backpacks, and other little gifts. Visit if you’re in the area.

Andrew Sprich: Spectacular building and great location... But the bookstore itself was a little disappointing. The selection seemed very limited. The cafe was also great. It is for sure worth a visit and is beautiful, but as a bookstore, it is just okay.

Andres Valenzuela-Spencer: Beautiful historic library one of a kind in the world. It has a nice comfy cafe and a good variety of books. Very well connected area.

JurkaDS: Very interesting and unique idea to make a library from theater. Even if you don't want to buy a book in Spanish, it's still worth to visit this place at least for couple pictures and for own check mark. They also have a coffee in the "stage" area, but I didn't have anything there so I can't say if it's worth to go there.

4. Biblioteca Popular San José

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3 reviews
Biblioteca Popular San José
Services
5
Location
5
Attention
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Portugal, Blvd. Armesti y, Temperley, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Telephone: +54 11 4260-3202

Business type: Library


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Rosario Carucci: SAN JOSE POPULAR LIBRARY, Armesti and Portugal Temperley, Banfield, Lomas de Zamora. A place to visit with children. bibliography for adolescents and the general public. Various means of transport, line 266 branch 5, line 278 letter W, line 179 San Jose -Pompeya

Jorge Rampinini: Very well cared for, with many and varied texts, excellent attention and the possibility of taking courses and workshops.

Esteban Elverdin: Very accessible books

5. Garcia library Cambeiro

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1 reviews
Garcia library Cambeiro
Services
3
Location
2.9
Attention
2.9
Possibility of Parking
2.9
Wifi
2.9

Address: C. Gallegos 3570, C1240 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: +54 11 4924-1140

Business type: Library



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Rafael Franco: Sale of paper and digital publications

6. Library Manuel Gálvez

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Library Manuel Gálvez
Services
3.1
Location
3.1
Attention
3.2
Possibility of Parking
3.1
Wifi
3.1

Address: Av. Córdoba 1558, C1055AAS CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: +54 11 4812-4723

Business type: Public library



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Norma Beatriz Benìtez: Hello everybody! Happy women's day for the people who welcomed my sister and me in the training, thank you very much for the good disposition. Alicia, Patricia and Florencia, from the Mafalda Reading Space a big hug!

Huircapan - Günün a küna: When will the library open? Or how to access your materials? some special permission or something. Some telephone or means of communication or where to go to ask for the opening.

Ricardo Queirel: IN MY STUDENT TIME I NEEDED TO CONSULT HISTORICAL INFORMATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOODS OF THE CITY OF BSAS. THEY PROVIDED ME WITH AN OUTSTANDING BIBLIOGRAPHY THAT THEY HAVE ALLOWED ME TO PHOTOCOPY OUTSIDE THE ESTABLISHMENT, LEAVING MY DOCUMENT. IT CAN COLLECT INCREDIBLE DATA THAT HAD ALLOWED ME TO PERFORM MY PRACTICES IN AN OUTSTANDING WAY. GREAT MEMORIES OF THAT LIBRARY.

Giancarlos Paolo Guedez: Very nice and with an excellent patio, of the three times that I have gone they have treated me as if I were going to do something bad and even watching as if I were going to steal ... I find the treatment of the employees very unpleasant.

A Rodriguez: The place is nice and the staff friendly but the humidity there is frankly unhealthy for both the public and the staff. The building has been in that unfortunate state for years

Ggl: My cell phone was stolen in there, if those at the reception see some Paraguayan criminals enter and ask where it is and then ask to go in to see they should not let them pass because they realized they were thieves, I was alone but with that attitude exposes those who are there studying to anything

Zim Invader: I ever wanted to enter but between the horrendous attitude of the staff and the dirt and lack of maintenance that can be seen barely peeking out they managed to keep me from entering.

karina Alejandra Menéndez: At the time I went it was very calm, pleasant and good attention.

Pedro Alvarez Gallo: The poor place is badly treated but human quality surpasses everything. Recommendable!

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