Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires

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. Add Palermo Viejo to your Buenos Aires travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Buenos Aires trip builder site .
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  • A great neighborhood, according to the story is called so due to Don Juan Dominguez Palermo, owner of lands aala by the 18th century, almost a century after Juan Manuel de Rosas was its owner, there in more, never cease to grow, especially with the installation of the large park f 3 ticm'ceiias ordered by President Sarmiento and designed by the famous Charles Thays, hired by the Government, put you a French stamp to the Buenos Aires then... A few years resurgio of forgetfulness and apathy of many decades and was once again transformed into a stronghold of the most chic in the city, with the installation of the best shops, bars, cafes, restaurants, modernizandose squares, streets and up to inventandoles names as Palermo Hollywood, Palermo Soho, emulating the American moves, for good or for bad, Palermo is today established as one of the TOP places in Buenos Aires...
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  • Palermo is a neighborhood emblematic. Walking its streets full of affair and afford to travel back in time is a wonderful thing. The truth is that fuecambiando much and modernizandoce more NY style
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  • Palermo is one of the districts where joins Buenos Aires youth, the area of Palermo Viejo is filled with bars, restaurants and nightclubs. If you like the good drinks there are many recognized places, however, there are others that take advantage of the fame of the place and are expensive with low quality.
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