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On a cute, chic street in Palermo Soho, where some of Buenos Aires' trendiest restaurants and shops can be found
In the heart of Palermo Soho, the immediate surrounding area almost has a New-York feel, with lots of trendy boutiques and restaurants lining the streets that stay bustling late until the night. This neighborhood is the place to be if you're a young, fashionable local or visitor to Buenos Aires. It's only one block from Plaza Malabia and two from Plaza Cortazar, an area packed with vendors on weekends selling art, clothing, crafts, and jewelry.
A trendy, creative, young area, Palermo Soho came into the limelight in the 1980s, when people began to recognize its convenient location and lovely ambiance. Upon its popularity hike, it began to morph from a purely residential area to something a bit more urban, with lots of unique restaurants and bars. Aside from shopping, eating, and drinking, though, there isn't much to do in this area of town, although it's a great place to simply walk around and people watch.
- 40-minute drive to Minostro Pistarini Airport (Ezeiza)
- 5-minute walk to various museums, including the Bacano Contemporary Art Museum and the Argentine Ethnic Art Museum
- 5-minute walk to Plaza Cortazar
- 10-minute drive to MALBA Museum
- 20-minute drive to San Telmo Market
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|Address||El Salvador 4735, Buenos Aires 1414, Argentina|
|Phone||54 (114) 831-9147|