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Palermo Viejo Travel Guide

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What's New in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is thriving, thanks to avant-garde museums, sophisticated new hotels, and creative restaurants that span the Argentine city's colorful barrios.

Best Cafés in Buenos Aires

In a sprawling city such as Buenos Aires, where do you begin? T+L uncovers the top spots where locals get their fill.

Reinventing Palermo Viejo

Once a hub of auto-parts stores, Palermo Viejo is reinventing itself as the budding barrio of Buenos Aires - it's now called "Palermo Hollywood" for...

Affordable Argentina

Intimate, design-driven hotelitos are opening throughout Buenos Aires. We’ve uncovered four neighborhood favorites that deliver style without sacrificing value.

Shopping in Buenos Aires

On a neighborhood-by-neighborhood shopping excursion in Argentina’s style-obsessed capital, Lynn Yaeger finds enough trinkets to fill an extra suitcase—or two.

Buenos Aires Reinventing Itself

In the wake of an economic crisis, this metropolis is looking beyond its European past and finding inspiration in its own culture. Mitchell Owens examines...

5 Cities on $250 a Day

Can you live it up in the world's most glamorous cities for less?T+L dispatched five intrepid correspondents to points around the globe. Their mission: Pack...

Insider: Buenos Aires, Amigos

Call it what you will: buzz, spirit, or—borrowing, appropriately enough, from Borges—fervor. Some cities have it, other cities have it in a big way. Buenos...
HOTELS

1555 Malabia House

Built in the late 18th century, this former convent was the first boutique hotel in Argentina. Located in the Palermo Soho neighborhood, the hotel has 15 rooms with high ceilings, wood floors set... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Don Julio

In a neighborhood better known for nouvelle cuisine treatments of Argentine food, Pablo Rivero and his parents built Don Julio into a mainstay by presenting top-quality plates of classic parrilla... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Malas Artes

After 10 years on Palermo Viejo’s Plaza Julio Cortázar—a small plaza that’s the epicenter of Buenos Aires nightlife—this artsy bar has perfected the formula for keeping... more ›


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