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A rhythm of tango in Buenos Aires

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We found lodging in a humble pension that was in the street Maipú, parallel to the street Florida and just a couple of blocks from the street The valley; that is, we were perfectly located in the heart of the city.

Walking takes a short time to reach the Avenue July 9 where you will meet the famous Obelisk. Nor were we far from the May Plaza, right next to the Pink House and its famous balcony from which the idolized Eva Peron encouraged the masses there in the 40s.

About six blocks further south and you will reach the neighborhood San Telmo, a very bohemian neighborhood where you breathe, above all things, Tango.

From the Plaza de Mayo you can take the bus no 9 and arrive in a few minutes to the neighborhood of Mouth. Walking a few meters from the stop where you will get off after having asked the driver to notify you, you will reach the mythical Little walk. And if in San Telmo you can breathe tango, in La Boca you can inhale football, especially the one enjoyed at the stadium The Bombonera, located a few blocks from the Caminito.

In La Boca I realized that in Buenos Aires, and probably in Argentina in general, there are three characters who are idolized above all things, Evita, Maradona and Carlos Gardel. The charism of Avoid, the capacity I possessed Diego Armando Maradona to make a whole nation dream of their goals, and the tangos of Carlos Gardel, they have left an indelible mark on the soul of every Argentine who boasts.

A little further away are the neighborhood Recoleta and that of Palermo with his fantastic Rosedal.

Buenos Aires is, without a doubt, a city full of attractions in which it will be impossible for you to get bored for a minute.

If you plan to travel to South America or you are already there, I recommend you do everything possible to spend a few days in the world capital of tango.

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