Palermo Chico, Buenos Aires

Explore the lively streets, peaceful green spaces, and architectural attractions of Palermo Chico, a leafy neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Take a stroll down the main thoroughfares for some of the most romantic restaurants, atmospheric cafes, and exclusive stores in the city, and have a rest or play in the well-kept public parks dotted around the area. With many cultural attractions, including museums, galleries, and theaters, and some of the most diverse architecture in the city, the neighborhood holds plenty of appeal for a casual street-level amble, and rewards more concerted exploration. Make Palermo Chico part of your personalized Buenos Aires itinerary using our Buenos Aires trip itinerary planner.
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  • One of the districts most beautiful Buenos Aires with upscale townhouses. It is advisable to walk it.
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  • By far, the neighborhood more beautiful city, full of mansions, and squares, lots of green. Its curved streets, its jacaranda trees which in summer become violet, is a mini paris, very aristocratic, beautiful
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  • Beautiful place within the Museum Sivori, in the middle of Palermo. Usually the area is full of cars and people strolling, but although with some difficulty, we could always Park. Entering the Museum, sometimes charge entrance (very cheap) and other times is passed directly to the restaurant (especially if the Museum does not have any sample, as we did this last time). The restaurant has several very notable things: a beautiful garden with tables, where you can have lunch surrounded by nature (if you have the luck that touch you under the oak, doubly nice); a menu of food not very heavy but that serves everyone, even the vegetarians, and all very tasty; care first (at least in the Lady attending us). We went with my spouse and one of my sons (vegetarian). I ate some Vittles (don't remember what called them), my spouse ate chicken and my son a cake of vegetables. For dessert, we ask one chocolate that we thought it was that we used to ask, but as it turned out different than we thought, the Lady brought us one small portion of the other which was contained in the letter so we reviewed it, and of course, not gained it us. The place is ideal for the summer because you can eat in the Park, but it also has a closed zone. Very very good.
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