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Palermo Chico, Buenos Aires

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Neighborhood Tourist Spot
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 a part of your Buenos Aires vacation plans using our Buenos Aires trip itinerary maker.
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Buenos Aires offers an impressive selection of budget-friendly and mid-range lodgings, as well as pricier, more luxurious options for visitors who don't mind splashing out. Good rooms are scattered across town, but your best bet for economical hostels remains San Telmo, a neighborhood on the edge of downtown. For boutique establishments and international five-star hotels, head to Palermo, Recoleta, or Puerto Madero, upscale neighborhoods drawing the majority of foreign visitors.
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  • Palermo Chico is the second most sophisticated neighborhood in Buenos Aires. It can boast of some truly fabulous buildings,and makes a great walking destination. It is truly delightful to visit.  more »
  • Best attractions and safest neighborhood in BA. Close to many parks, malls, gyms, museums, and markets. there are many great monuments and entertainment features in the Chico neighborhood. Of course, ...  more »
  • This is one of the several lovely, green, hip suburbs outside the center. Good shopping. Fine dining. Good strolling.  more »