Rent a vacation rental home in Adrogue, Argentina
. Located 23 kilometers south of downtown Buenos Aires
this traditional area of the city with it’s numerous cobbled streets and quaint squares is a holiday destination directly from the poetry pages of Jorge Luis Borges
. Rent holiday accommodations and lodging directly from owners of villas, home, apartment and condo accommodations.
If you’re looking for a city destination away from the sea side crowd
then the city of Adrogue is the place you’re looking for. With it’s European style housing
and lush green trees that line the city streets this Argentinean city provides the perfect opportunity for those looking to enjoy the quiet architecture and modern heritage.
The city contains many parks and squares with the main square being Plaza Brown. The town hall, the church of Saint Gabriel, and a religious school are located around the plaza. For cultural enthusiasts the Casa de La Cultura (House of Culture) houses various expositions and works of art by local artists. Vacation rental and accommodation options are available in various parts of the city
in the form of apartment rentals, condo rentals, villa rentals and other vacation rental options.
Life in Adrogue is relaxed and friendly thanks to the easy going residents, shop and restaurant owners. A variety of shopping awaits you thanks to retailers who specialize in items not found anywhere else in Buenos Aires.
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Lonely Planet: Buenos AIres World's Best Festivals - Tango Festival
Published: July 21, 2012
Location: Venues around Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dates: During the second half of August
Buenos Aires and tango are about as inseparable
as, well, a pair of tango dancers. In celebration of its sultry and mysterious dance, the Argentine capital stages this annual festival, with events spread out across the city. Dancers and musicians perform at various intimate venues, and it offers a great way to see some of the best tanguistas from around the world
do their thing. Once you’ve been inspired, there’s plenty of opportunity to discover tango for yourself
. There are free classes for beginners throughout the 10 days of the festival, with thousands of wannabe Gardels stumbling through their first tango steps. To take part, simply turn up – you’ll find a schedule of classes on the festival website. There are also classes for more advanced tanguistas; for these you must register through the website. There’s a database of dancers seeking partners on the website if you need someone to swing.
: Tango’s master figure was Carlos Gardel and you can pay homage at his sarcophagus in the Chacarita cemetery. Pay a visit to blue-collar La Boca, with its homes and buildings coloured like lollipops.