A quiet champion for high-rise housing and Argentinian dance, simple nights spent admiring the fervor on Almagro's dance floors blend into simpler mornings beginning with La Nación and a cortado at the cafe on the corner. Significantly more serene than its touristed neighbors, Almagro's off-the-beaten-path atmosphere endears it to neighborhood veterans and new visitors. Although predominantly residential, Almagro boasts theatrical esteem. Time it right and you'll be in step with Almagro's annual fall Tango festival.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Almagro: Residential Rhythm Next to Buenos Aires' Center
Almagro [borders] Boedo. Boedo is the emblematic Tango neighborhood. [Almagro] is not so touristy, so you can see how the “porteños” live in the city. It has a lot of “non commercial” theaters."
Almagro's Outdoor Living Rooms
From Day to Evening In Almagro
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Erika Rojas studied Documentary Photography in Venezuela. She lived in New York City for 12 years where she focused and developed her career in Lifestyle, Still Life and Food Photography. She is currently living and working in Buenos Aires, Argentina.