The Fishing Club (“Club de Pescadores”) is one of the few examples of the golden age of the architecture of Buenos Aires who’s directly connected to the coast. With its picturesque style (and a modern annex), the Club is located upon the Río de la Plata itself, with a pier of almost 200 meters long who has resting boxes for the days of strong winds and storms. Though the access belongs exclusively to the members and those who eat at the restaurant, it can be visited in some special moments of the year, like in the Night of the Museums.
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