The department is located in the center / north of the city on Florida Street, just off the Pacific Galleries distinguished with its beautiful and historic murals, now restored and its resemblance to the famous Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, are the shopping most important and beautiful city. But in addition to the commercial aspect, the amount of restaurants, grills meat and Argentina excellent Irish bars and all the area is known for its cultural activity expressed in number of museums, art galleries, libraries, theaters and cinemas, located in radius of a few meters. Only 100 meters away is the Centro Cultural Borges (tango and art, past and present). The elegance and bohemian Buenos Aires neighborhood are in the following synthesis: In the same building door Thursday to Sunday some young street performers give excellent tango show is a cap! A not fear them and enjoy them because they are not 'The aristocracy of the neighborhood' Serrat.
In a radius of 800 meters the Plaza San Martin, and the buildings of the Palace of the Chancellery, the Arms Museum of the Nation, the Military Circle, Circle Naval and home of writer Jorge Luis Borges, all exponents of French classicism , in Art Deco, we Kavanagh (who had the first skyscraper city).
A museum find high interest in the seat of the National Government, the Government House and in front of it the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Plaza de Mayo with its pyramid, the symbol of the heroic resistance of the mothers of the disappeared during the last military dictatorship.
Also in the neighborhood is the lovely church of Santa Catalina (only 100 meters from the apartment), the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, and that beautiful synagogue is the historic Freedom Temple, opposite the majestic Teatro Nacional Cervantes and 200 meters from one of the most important lyric theaters in the world, recently renovated and fully active, the Teatro Colón.
At 300 meters from the famous department going Corrientes. It abounded and still there from San Martin and to Callo, flavored coffees tango, a policy and psychologistic disquisitions, to conquests and deceptions, and all kinds of artistic moves. Here is given and he cites the Bohemian life replete with illusions and dreams. In the various cafes and manifestos panegyrics about freedom and intellectuals of today and of all time with great lyricism evoked authenticity artistic soul spoke, away from the mediocrity of the bourgeois habits after so much diatribe attacking placate succulent grilled or famous tuco and pesto vermicelli watered Argentine malbec.