Almagro - Abasto

        
      
    
In these areas lives the tango, poetry, factories, and the churches.
Abasto is called the old market located in Balvanera in Corrientes and Aguero, who was a market vendor of fruits and vegetables until 1984 and remained unused for some years. Since 1999 is a shopping mall.
Abasto Almagro, are neighborhoods of strong personality, the alternative art mixed with the traditional, and the streets that were once the cradle of tango today opened its arms to alternative theater, workshops and rock & roll in the neighborhood. Less prepared for tourism and other intense commercial life.

Top 5 Neighborhood Abasto Almagro

   1. Museo Casa Carlos Gardel: A visit to the house museum Carlos Gardel lived until 1933. With the decor of the time, you can return to the years in which the singer lived here
   2. Shopping Abasto Shopping: You can find the best brands and retailers, if you want to go shopping. The mall also has cinemas and an excellent food hall.
   3. Tango show live in the neighborhood: It is advisable to visit one of the many tango, to enjoy a live tango show. Dinner, show, and dance, not to be missed. In Pasaje Zelaya passage walls are adorned with portraits of Carlos Gardel and lyrics and score some of his tangos, like "Golondrinas" and "Melodia de Arrabal".
   4. Almagro - Abasto, a suburb of Milongas and Peñas: Tango "Almagro" with music and lyrics Vicente San Lorenzo Augusto Martini, speaking of particular neighborhood, the birthplace of Argentine tango. In San Telmo and Abasto and milongas are the most recognized dance classes in Buenos Aires. The folklore has a strong presence through the rocks Creole musical shows, dance classes and dancing, food and drinks.
   5. A barbecue in Almagro: Do not miss the Argentine barbecue in one of the many bars that exist in this neighborhood. The best roasts are eaten here, much visited by Argentines and tourists.