This is a zone rich in culture and attractions. One of the city’s essential tourist attractions is the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place for generations of the country’s most important families. Several important museums and galleries can also be found in Recoleta, including The Museum of Fine Arts and the Palais de Glace. The National Library, with its unusual architecture, hovers on Agüero Street like a space station from a 1980s sci-fi movie. Like many Buenos Aires neighborhoods, Recoleta is best experienced by walking around and appreciating the pretty little plazas, stylish structures, and quaint cafes. During the week is a good time to avoid the crowds, but on weekends tourists flock to the flea markets in Plaza Francia, near the cemetery, and the kitschy restaurants nearby.