Palermo Neighborhood

The largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires

Extension and diversity

Palermo is one of the largest and most diverse neighborhoods in the city of Buenos Aires.

It is characterized by a varied architecture that combines historical residential buildings with modern and avant-garde ones; large avenues and beautiful cobblestone streets.

Located in the northern area of the City of Buenos Aires, Palermo gathers hundreds of attractions, museums, embassies and emblematic buildings, as well as the largest green area of the City.

With an area of 15.9 km2, in this great neighborhood there are more than ten subzones, including Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood or Palermo Chico.

What can I do if I am walking around Palermo?

On foot, by bicycle or shortening distances with public transport, a tour of the main areas of Palermo is a must:

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Green Circuit

For nature and outdoor lovers, in the neighborhood of Palermo you will find the Botanical Garden, where you can observe more than 6,000 plant species, including native and exotic plants from around the world. It also offers activities such as guided tours, gardening workshops and live music.

Another attraction is the Buenos Aires Ecopark located in the old zoo, which preserves endangered native species and offers outdoor activities such as hiking, picnics, bike rides and cultural events.

You can also visit the Japanese Garden, a very popular space among tourists and locals, as it offers a quiet and relaxing environment to enjoy nature and disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city.

In addition to these three main attractions, the Green Circuit in Palermo also includes other green spaces such as Las Heras Park, the famous Rosedal and the Ecological Reserve Costanera Sur. These places are ideal for outdoor exercise, family activities or simply enjoying nature in the heart of the city.

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Galileo Galilei Planetarium

It is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. It is an astronomical observatory and science museum that offers a large number of educational and recreational activities for children and adults, related to astronomy and space sciences.

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Cultural circuit

In Palermo there are many interesting cultural spaces and museums to visit. Among them, the Eduardo Sívori Museum of Plastic Arts, which houses a splendid collection of more than 4,000 pieces of Argentine art from the 20th and 21st centuries; or the Evita Museum dedicated to Eva Perón, one of the most influential figures in the history of Argentina.

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Gastronomic circuit

Palermo has a wide variety of options, from haute cuisine restaurants to street food stalls and trendy bars. It is also famous for its cafés and nightlife, with numerous bars and nightclubs that attract a young crowd.

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Shopping circuit

In the Palermo neighborhood there are several areas that are popular for shopping, including Palermo Soho and Hollywood, known for their designer clothing stores, exclusive boutiques or vintage clothing stores. You can also find an outdoor shopping promenade such as Distrito Arcos, and the Alto Palermo shopping mall.

Palermo, one of the porteño neighborhoods that you can’t miss!