Eclectic, vintage, emblematic, traditional and underground, adjectives to characterize San Telmo. The oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, where on Sundays artisans and artists fill up the streets and plazas. Where the creative energy of tango and rock, vibrate on the paving of cobblestones to make amazing photo spots. This is the starting point of your journey of Buenos Aires.
3 blocks from Plaza Dorrego
3 blocks from Avenida 9 de Julio
3 blocks from Subway C and Metrobus
5 blocks from the Museum of Modern Art
10 blocks from the Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada
10 blocks from Puerto Madero
10 min from La Boca and Caminito
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.