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This apartment is ideal for the one that wants to stay on a safe and central location to the main touristic attractions with close access to the bus and subway network. A big and intimidating city as Buenos Aires feels small by staying here.

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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM


Extra people: No Charge
Security Deposit: $100
Cancellation: Strict


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June 2015

From Denver, CO · June 2015
Response from Florencia:

Thanks Jenn! .. It was a wonderful experience for me too to have you as my guests. I wish you the best for your future trips and be always welcome to stay again at my place any other time :)

June 2015

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About the Host, Florencia

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Member since May 2011
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

  • Florencia
  • Museo Xul Solar

    The boundless imagination of Argentina´s greatest abstract Expressionist is contained within this museum that once served as the artist´s home.
    Laprida Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Alto Palermo Shopping Mall

    The most popular and trendy shopping mall of BA is a few blocks away from the apartment.
    Av Sta Fe CF CABA
  • Fundacion Jorge Luis Borges

    The Foundation holds objects that belonged to the most important argentinian writer: his library, first editions of his books and some manuscripts; his collection of canes, paintings and talismans.
    Dr Tomás Manuel de Anchorena CF CABA
  • Museo Casa Carlos Gardel

    The last home of Carlos Gardel, the most important tango singer of Argentina, is now a museum that exhibits a wide collection of his personal objects and samples of his work.
    Jean Jaurès Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Jardin Botanico (Botanical Garden)

    The Botanical garden contains over 5,500 species of plants, trees and shrubs from Latin America and across the globe, plus an assortment of local cats that live on the premises.
    Avenida Santa Fe City of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires
  • Museo Evita

    In a converted shelter for displaced women frequented by Eva Perón herself, this museum displays artefacts from Evita’s life, including dresses, jewellery, posters and photos.
    Lafinur Ciudad De Buenos Aires 1425
  • Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo

    Containing over 4,000 pieces of decorative art, the National Decorative Arts Museum is housed in a suitably sumptuous building and has a great little café (the Croque Madame Café) and bookshop.
    Avenida del Libertador Buenos Aires 1425
  • Biblioteca Nacional (National Library)

    The history of this massive library is closely related to the history of Argentina. Every change in the country was reflected in this institution.
    Buenos Aires Buenos Aires
  • Cementerio de la Recoleta

    Lose yourself for hours in this labyrinthine city for the dead. Statues, sarcophagi, coffins and crypts commemorate some of Argentina’s most celebrated sons and daughters, not least Eva Peron.
    Vicente López CF CABA
  • Libreria El Ateneo (Bookstore)

    The city’s most spectacular bookstore which was a former opera house and movie theatre, and retains a number of original architectural features.
    Avenida Callao Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Province
  • La Rural Convention Center

    La Rural is the main congress and exhibition center in Argentina. It hosts a wide number of events and fairs of all subjects.
    Av Sta Fe CF CABA
  • MALBA (Museum)

    An impressive modern building, the MALBA contains works by Argentine greats and other Latin American masters. It regularly hosts seminars and has a small cinema for cult and art-house retrospectives.
    Avenida Pres. Figueroa Alcorta Buenos Aires
  • Centro Cultural Recoleta

    A large multidisciplinary arts space boasting art and photography exhibitions, music festivals and shows, a cinema and various arts workshops for students.
    Junín Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Palermo Soho

    Palermo is the largest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires (3 times Recoleta) and is splitted into several sub-barrios. Soho is the trendiest one with its crowded shopping and dining area.
  • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Museum)

    The excellent National Fine Arts Museum houses the nation’s largest and most important collection of Argentine art, plus a number of European works from the likes of Goya, Rodin, Rembrandt and others.
    Avenida Del Libertador Ciudad De Buenos Aires 1425
  • Jardin Japones (Japanese Garden)

    The Japanese Gardens boast a lake, an island, a collection of koi carp and bonsai trees, a cultural centre, Buddhist temple, sushi restaurant and garden centre.
    Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Bosques de Palermo & Rosedal

    Palermo Woods is the largest park in the city. Its forests, lakes, plazas and pathways extend across the neighbourhood. It is also home to the Rosedal, a rose park with over 93 different rose species.
    Av Iraola CF CABA
  • Alvear Avenue

    One of the most charming Avenues in the city, home to many of our past aristocrat residences. This constructions reflects the influence of the french arquictecture in the city on the Belle Epoque time
    Av Alvear CF CABA
  • Centro Cultural San Martin

    A giant 12-story complex with spaces devoted to theatre, dance, circus, cinema, art and photography, and various workshops and educational courses for children and students.
    Sarmiento Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Congreso de la Nación Argentina

    The Argentine National Congress is the legislative branch of the goverment of Argentina. An historic landmark located at one end of Avenida de Mayo which connects to Casa Rosada at the other end.
    Hipólito Yrigoyen Ciudad De Buenos Aires Buenos Aires 1089
  • Teatro Colón

    One of BA’s most eye-catching landmarks, the Teatro Colón is our sumptuous home for the performing arts. A world-class forum for opera, ballet and classical music.
    Cerrito Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Palermo Hollywood

    Palermo Hollywood is another sub-barrio of Palermo but while Palermo Soho focuses on shopping, with a sideline of cafés and nightlife, Palermo Hollywood is all about satisfying your culinary needs.
    Honduras CF CABA
  • Polo

    You can watch a polo match at the Campo Hipico Militar. The season runs from November through April and even if you don’t understand the rules it is a great spectacle to enjoy.
    Buenos Aires
  • Avenida 9 de Julio & Obelisco

    9 de Julio is one the widest Avenues in the world flanked by dozens of cultural highlights such as the Colon Theater and the Obelisco, a symbol erected to commemorate the first foundation of the City.
    CF Capital Federal 1043
  • Plaza General San Martín

    The big green Plaza San Martín, where the shopping streets of Calle Florída and Avenida Santa Fe converge. On one corner of the Plaza stands the iconic Kavanagh building.
    Buenos Aires
  • Avenida de Mayo

    Avenida de Mayo preserves the Belle Epoque, Art Nouveau and Art Deco adresses. Old bookstores and cafes such as Tortoni, add to the charm of this mystical Avenue.
    Av De Mayo Buenos Aires Capital Federal
  • Galerías Pacífico

    Galerías Pacífico is one of the most iconic shopping malls in Argentina. It was declared National Historic Monument due to the undeniable artistic value of its architecture and its striking murals.
    San Martin Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
  • Florida street (heart of Downtown)

    This pedestrian street is the heart of Downtown. Along its path there are innumerable shops: regional and leather, stores and galleries, banks, bookstores, cafes and restaurants.
    Lavalle CF CABA
  • Plaza de Mayo & Casa Rosada

    The Plaza de Mayo is a large central plaza, home to the Casa Rosada, the Presidential Office from where Evita Perón would give her famous addresses to the nation.
    Buenos Aires
  • Puerto Madero

    Situated riverside along the Rio de la Plata in a former commercial docks, tranquil Puerto Madero is the city’s youngest neighbourhood and a major gastronomic and business hub.
    Av Alicia Moreau de Justo CF CABA
  • Puente de la Mujer (Women´s Bridge)

    A well known rotating footbridge but somewhat unusual in its asymmetrical arrangement. It has a single mast with cables that rotates 90 degrees in order to allow water traffic to pass.
    Puente de la Mujer CF Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
  • Plaza Dorrego: The heart of San Telmo

    Located at the heart of San Telmo, the Plaza Dorrego dates from the colonial period and is ringed by antiques stores, old tango bars and sepia-tones cafes.
    Defensa Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Buenos Aires
  • Caminito

    A brightly-coloured port-side street representing both the old immigrant La Boca of the nineteenth century and the genesis of tango music and dance.
    Caminito Buenos Aires Capital Federal

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