Almagro neighborhood is a synonym of tango spirit and classic Buenos Aires customs. There are lots of traditional sightsees to visit here. Recently considered by tourism, Almagro preserves most of its old-styled charm in bars, restaurants and cobble stone paved streets. Hostel Colonial brings you a list of places in this neighborhood you should not miss if you are to visit it.
From our hostel is really easy to get to Almagro: you can take the B line of the subway to Medrano station, the A line to Castro Barros station or one of the many buses that might take you there. The main street of Almagro is Rivadavia Avenue, most of the attractions you got to see are close to this main artery.
The most outstanding places are: the notable bars “Café El Banderín” (3601 Guardia Vieja St.), “Las Violetas” (3899 Rivadavia Avenue) and “Bar de Roberto” (in the corner of Perón St. and Bulnes St.); the only square of Almagro (in front of Bar de Roberto); tango master Osvaldo Pugliese’s House (392 Scalabrini Ortiz St.); Carlos Gardel’s House (735 Jean Jaures St.) and María Auxiliadora Church (in the corner of Quintino Bocayuva St. and Irigoyen Avenue).
A wonderful neighborhood you have to visit if staying in Buenos Aires City for a while. Ask us for more awesome places to see in Almagro and Buenos Aires.