Palermo, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
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Buenos Aires is one of the biggest cities of the world, full of art, culture, gastronomy, festivals, and the most important events. This city has something that attracts tourists and invites them to return.
The reason why can be because its unique passion for football, sensuality in Tango, wide gastronomy offers, streets and graffiti, notable coffees, or the incredible Argentinian asado (barbecue). There are several reasons to visit Buenos Aires, but one of them is its different neighborhoods, 48 in total, each one with its own personality.

Palermo neighborhood has alternatives for everyone during the day and night. Here you will find some of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires, coffees that will invite you to stay for hours, fashion designer shops, museums, shopping malls, bookstores, wide parks and green spaces, speakeasy style bars, pubs, and dance clubs. In this neighborhood you will enjoy the most interesting activities to do in Buenos Aires!

Where to eat? Palermo has varied proposals, national and international food, with restaurants with a unique atmosphere. Today we will share two outstanding suggestions:

- La Cabrera: chosen as one of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America from 2013 to 2015, by The World's 50 Best. This restaurant is a must stop if you want to try the Argentine meat and the best Hereford and Aberdeen Angus cuts, breeds raised in La Pampa Argentina and the Entre Ríos area.
-Casa Cavia: a trip to the wonders of the Belle Époque in Buenos Aires, a house that was built by the Norwegian architect Alejandro Christophersen, in 1927. Casa Cavia was transformed into a restaurant and has four characteristics that distinguish it from other restaurants: architecture, books, gastronomy, and flowers.

Within Palermo neighborhood, is Palermo Chico, with residences and palaces where high-class people live in Buenos Aires, is one of the most expensive areas in the city. Palermo Chico was designed by the landscaper, Carlos Thays, and is distinguished by its curves and diagonals streets, which break the grid, and by the presence of many embassies, and imposing mansions.
In addition, there is Palermo Soho, one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Here you will find the latest fashion tendencies, gourmet restaurants, craft beer bars, boutique hotels, combined coffees with bookstores, art galleries, decoration and interior design stores, among others. It is a neighborhood of old houses and low buildings, recently chosen as one of the 50 most cool neighborhoods in the world, according to the British travel magazine "Time Out". It is the neighborhood preferred by young people, local artists, and designers.
If you are planning your trip to Buenos Aires, do not miss visiting Palermo neighborhood, which offers several alternatives to enjoy during your staying.

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Did you know…
  • For the fourth consecutive year, Buenos Aires leads the ranking of the British magazine The Economist as the best city to live in Latin America.

  • Buenos Aires was the host the Youth Olympic Games last October 2018 and is the host of G20 meetings next week.

  • The 125th Argentine Open Polo Championship will be played in Buenos Aires at the Argentine Polo Field from November 10th to December 15th.


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