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The room –large and luminous- has 2 single beds and it’s nice and warm. It also has a fan, big wardrobes and a window to Defensa Street.
In this cozy flat from the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo you can breathe youth. The property hosts two girl friends, ageing less than 25. The building is located over Defensa Street, between Chile Street and Independencia Avenue (the heart of the neighborhood).
The major advantage of this apartment is its location. You will be living a few steps away from the most visited pedestrian street (every Sunday, there is an open street market where you will find crafts, paintings, staff related to Tango and local products, along several blocks), tango-show restaurants, bars and pubs full of tourists. They all work inside old recycled colonial houses. You will also be 7 blocks away from Plaza de Mayo –political center of the country, where the movie Evita by Alan Parker was shot-, 9 blocks away from Lezama Park and 5 blocks away from Dorrego Park, if you enjoy exercising outdoors.
Regarding the facilities, the living room (decorated in a country-style) has DVD player, cable TV, several couches and a fan for the hot nights. There’s also a table and the kitchen is equipped with all the devices you’ll need to enjoy your stay at maximum.
In addition to this, you should know that in this house lives a dog and there is Internet connection. Smoking is allowed.
The rent includes all the bills (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet Wi Fi and a house cleaning weekly)
Full use of facilities including:
The virtue of San Telmo neighborhood lies on those interesting places one gets to know while walking, while going through stone pavement and narrow streets that surround colonial buildings, many of which act as antique dealers and ateliers.
The area is full of very old churches, museums, and the Sunday antique shops and flea market are famous and prices unbelievable.
Plaza Dorrego is highly recommended on week day evenings for a quiet coffee and watch or dance a tango at one of the many “tanguerías” in the district.
It’s and area that offers the settling of the place and identity to porteños. Unique for its heritage, the quality of its public spaces and the symbolic value of its buildings concentrate the history and memory of the city.
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Fee U$S 100 (?) | Depósito U$S 339 (?)
Maria Jose (23) studies Literature and Paula (24) is an actress.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
SubwaySubway: Station Belgrano, line E (8 blocks)
BusesBuses: 10, 20, 22, 24, 26, 29, 64, 68, 74, 111, 130, 152.