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In the heart of San Telmo is Plaza Dorrego, the oldest in Buenos Aires after the historic Plaza de Mayo. On Sundays this space is the scene of the most important outdoor antique fair in the City. From here you can walk to Puerto Madero, La Boca, Plaza de Mayo and other important tourist attractions. Close to the metro and several bus stops to move around the city comfortably. It is a magical and charming neighborhood where you can breathe the Tango and the history of Buenos Aires.


In the south emerges the neighborhood of San Telmo, the most traditional of Buenos Aires. Headquarters of the historic center of the city and steps away from Puerto Madero, it stands out for its colonial architecture and creative energy. Every corner vibrates with tango, rock. street art in the form of large murals, popular culture and passion. Believe us, you will like it.

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