Roommates and flatmates in our shared apartment in Almagro



Single Room

  • Almagro
Shared Room

  • Almagro


  • Internet (WI-FI)
  • TV con cable y DVD
  • Music equipment
  • Free phone for local calls
  • Fans
  • Coffee Maker
  • Microwave
  • Sheets and blankets
  • Weekly cleaning
  • Desks

All services such as electricity, gas, energy, etc. are included.

You will have your own key to enter and leave the apartment whenever you want without limits of schedules.

We do not have the keys to the rooms for rent.

Neighborhood of Almagro

One of the most traditional in the City. Very related to tango and the typical Buenos Aires cafés. Through its streets and bars many of the greats of tango circulated; He had the privilege of being the first stage he heard Carlos Gardel singing.

What was Almagro before being Almagro? It was a flat and fertile land that had a lot of circulation since in that area one of the first roads of Buenos Aires ran. It was called the path of bones because the trappings, which were made by Castro Barros and Medrano on their way to the slaughterhouses, ended up leaving a trail of animal bones. This road was rammed by new harnesses forming one of the best trails for the herd, especially in winter when the carts ran the risk of sinking into swampy areas without a firm road.

Today we know this neighborhood as one of the most traditional in the city and very related to tango and typical Buenos Aires cafes. Through its streets and bars many of the greats of the tango circulated and Almagro has the privilege of being the first stage that Carlos Gardel heard singing. The thrush was a pupil of the Pius IX Salesian College and sang in his circle in the San Carlos parish located in Quintino Bocayuba and Hipólito Irigoyen. In addition, Gardel, in his beginnings used to sing in a bar that was in the avenue Rivadavia 3824. He did it with his companion, to which he nicknamed the Negro Congo. Gardel sang a couple of songs and Congo passed the hat to collect some coins.