The house in which the apartment is located is a classic late-19th century porteño (Buenos Aires) building and was once the residence of Ángel della Valle (1855-1903), one of the great Argentine realist painters of that century.
Entering from the street, visitors pass through a airy passageway to the apartment located at the back of the building. Visitors are then greeted by an verdant private patio onto which all rooms look.
The apartment itself is composed of:
a large living room with 4. 5m-high ceilings, exposed brick walls, parquet floor and individually-made artisanal furniture
an ample kitchen with a large, industrial cooker
a nice guestbedroom with the bathroom beside
the owners live in the second floor
The following services are included:
Telephone connection for local calls
full equipped kitchen
television with local channels
Pasaje Giuffra is situated within the historic centre of Buenos Aires, only three blocks from Plaza Dorrego and 15 minutes walk from both Plaza de Mayo and Parque Lezama. Its location is perfect for visiting the historic La Boca neighbourhood (5 minutes by bus), swanky Puerto Madero and the Costanera nature reserve (both 5 minutes on foot) and the beautiful Avenida de Mayo that links the Casa Rosada and Congress. The Buquebus ferry terminal for services to Uruguay is 15 minutes by tram and the railway hubs of Constitución (for trains to La Plata) and Retiro (trains to Retiro and Chinatown) and a short bus ride away. Pasaje Giuffra joins Paseo Colon, from where numerous bus services run.
Subway lines close by include:
Line A (Plaza de Mayo station)
Line C (Independencia station)
Line D (Catedral station)
Line E (Bolívar and Independencia stations)