Comuna No. 3 is considered the birthplace of tango in the 1890s. Today is the place where passions and music embrace to create stories.
Comuna No. 3 is made up of two neighborhoods: Balvanera and San Cristobal. The most important milongas (Tango ballrooms) are located in the area. It was here that the world’s finest Tango singer Carlos Gardel lived much of his life.
Tango illustrates the Argentine psyche and is every bit the embodiment of a way of being. Comuna No. 3 still vibrates the Tango culture, the original and the modern beat. The new generation brings rock and electronic that coexists with the classic across the streets of Buenos Aires.