Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires

Categories: Art Galleries, Food & Drink, Museums, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Explore the streets of Palermo Viejo, an attractive neighborhood featuring many well-kept examples of Colonial Revival architecture and old warehouses, now converted into galleries, bars, and studio spaces. A favorite spot for backpackers and resident bohemians, the tree-lined and cobbled streets ensure plenty of entertainment and retail opportunities, with cafes spilling out into the streets. The overall atmosphere is largely laidback, with lots of green spaces to relax in. Plan your Palermo Viejo visit and explore what else you can see and do in Buenos Aires using our Buenos Aires trip builder.
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  • Palermo, despite being a neighborhood with few buildings and many bars, restaurants and ballads, the residents have a little more careful with their sidewalks, behold, dirty and badly cared for. I prefer the Recoleta or Colegiales.
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  • It is a beautiful neighborhood both to live and to stay temporarily. It has a great nightlife and an important cultural scene.
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  • Palermo area is wooded residential areas and lots of colorful cafe area, old good Buenos Aires. In the Green Town is clean and nice walks and is trying.
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