We stayed in this neighborhood and had a great time. It is a little hipster but feels like where real people live. Lots of small boutiques, bars and restaurants.
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Spent 2 weeks here mainly chilling out, good access to the centre if needed but if you have done the main tourist spot previously a good location for chilling out.
Palermo was my favorite part of Buenos Aires. Overall, I loved Buenos Aires due to its charm, architecture, food, people, history and character. But Palermo simply has that nice character and it's a great neighborhood that exemplifies the rest of the city. I loved everything...More
More high end / tourists area or Buenos Aries. Very nice. More costly then San Telmo. High end shops. Top restaurants. Good place to enjoy. Will not be let down. But expect to drop some cash. Took subway back to San Telmo. Easy subway. Get...More
Probably the most upscale area in Buenos Aires. Many of the major embassies are located in this area to include the U.S. The largest park in Buenos Aires is here ( Parque 3 de Febrero ). It has many lakes beautiful trees and an a...More
Worth a half day if not a whole day. Can't say the clothes are cheap. We were just happy to wonder and look at the walls...
Though not home to the most famous tourist destinations it will make you feel at home while away. Great choices for all meals and even better options for drinks you might want to start your night with.
The central core of Palermo Soho is being seriously regenerated. Some lovely houses, shops and restaurants where you can sit and take some leisurely food and drink and watch the world go by. A fine weather activity: we were there on a sunny Saturday and...More
Between many regions of Buenos Aires, Palermo is the most artistic one. You have local and international fashion brands, shops which sell handcrafts and antiques, indie restaurants and less crowds. I must say the people who hang out in Palermo have a bit higher life...More