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Barrio Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Hip Buenos Aires neighborhood attracts modes and businesspeople.
  • Excellent54%
  • Very good38%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Barrio Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you like modern town life, evenings at a lounge or bar, bars with football, good restaurants - and all without taking taxis - Palermo is just a great area within Buenos Aires. You can walk around, shop, have a drink, get good food -...More

Thank Daniel E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We love the trendy neighbourhood in Palermo although have to say that this is probably not very authentic Argentinian. It is the wealthiest area in BA and these streets could also be somewhere in London or Paris or Sydney. A lot of fun especially at...More

Thank Ramona R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Simply the place to be and to stay at if you are traveling to Buenos Aires! Tons of bars and restaurant, green and clean. Perfect !

Thank GLaval
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a neighbourhood. Guess what it's got? Houses, shops, bars etc. Same as most neighbourhoods. Not worth a trip but fine if you are there. Seemed perfectly safe to me, despite other reviews.

Thank Mike M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This neighbourhood is fantastic! It is quiet but guess what it hosts marvellous restaurants bars pubs tea houses and many other attractions! It is alive very! And charming!

Thank Xistudo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took a cab from our hotel in Recoleta and we walked larhgely around this part of town. We wanted to visit the Eva Peron museum and did that. The area is leafy , neat and features very nice architecture. There are shopping areas and...More

1  Thank jimmarg37
Reviewed 15 October 2017

The neighbourhood of Palermo is now popular and pricey with good cobbled streets and a plethora of bars and restaurants with expensive chic stores.

Thank Joseph M
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

Good bars and clubs and places to go but not really the safest place in the city. Still worth a visit.

Thank Benjamin F
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This is where you take a day to walk around, have brunch or go out to enjoy dozens and dozens of bars, local craft beers are metastasizing around. Cool shops, barber's all kind of SOHO shops around. As Cool as it gets in the city,...More

Thank Nicolas B
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

Wonderful area of the city. This a big city. Good to have an area for grounding. Great bars and restaurants. If we return, we will stay here and take the metro to other areas.

1  Thank Laura W
Best known as the largest neighbourhood in Buenos
Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters,
each with its own unique identity. The high-end
quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent
mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment
buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American
Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favourite amongst
locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
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