Visit Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palermo is a north eastern area of Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. It is the largest neighbourhood of Buenos Aires and is situated close to the city’s port. Palermo is a buzzing and trendy part of town, a great place to stay as a tourist, with all sorts of attractions including great shopping, fabulous restaurants, tango shows, cute cafes and elegant tree lined streets. What makes this area so appealing however are the impressive parks and green areas of the barrio, allowing you to escape and relax in open spaces such as the Botanical Gardens, Zoological Gardens, Japanese Garden and the “Bosques de Palermo” (Forests of Palermo) which was inspired by the Bois de Boulogne of Paris, a forest on the outskirts of Paris behind the Arc de Triomphe.

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Japanese Gardens in Palermo (

Palermo itself is subdivided into several smaller neighbourhoods, each with their own character and style. The subdivisions are called Alto Palermo, Palermo Viejo, Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood, Palermo Chico and Las Cañitas.  Palermo Viejo, the oldest part of Palermo, (as the name suggests) was once the home of Che Guevara and the childhood home of author Jorge Luis Borges. Palermo Chico and Las Cañitas are mostly upper class residential areas full of luxury condominiums and fantastic sites such as the National Museum of Decorative Arts and the Museum of Latin American Art. Alto Palermo, Palermo Hollywood and Palermo Soho are better known for their shopping areas and bustling night life. Picturesque Palermo Soho however has a rather bohemian feel compared to its neighbours as it has an alternative and avant garde ambience making it popular with young middle class locals with a thriving art and street culture scenechristmas inflatables, consequently attracting many tourists and is a highly recommended area to stay in.

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View of Palermo Chico at dusk (Wikipedia) currently has a stunning two bedroomed luxury rental apartment available in the stylish area of Palermo Soho. Suitable for 4 adults or a family of 4, this modern apartment has everything you need for a fashionable stay in trendy Soho.

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Sunlit Living Area

Situated in a modern fully serviced apartment block you’ll have access to the sky club on the 21st floor with breathtaking views of the city, top of the line health club and fitness center with sauna and changing rooms, gardens, free bicycles to cycle to the nearby parks, 82 ft (25 m) long outdoor swimming pool with wooden deck solarium, barbecue areas with pergolas, a second indoor swimming pool at the 21st floor to swim at night under the moonlight, outdoor jacuzzi, business center with wifi access, laundry, rehearsal music room, art gallery, 24 hours security service, parking for guests, private foyer and private double entrance to your unit from one of the five elevators in the building.

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Indoor/Outdoor swimming pool

Just a short walk from the apartment are a plethora of great steak restaurants, cafes and tango shows, not to mention great boutiques and arts and crafts markets. The rest of Buenos is accessible by taxi or good transport links in and around the area. A wonderful choice for your vacation apartment in Buenos Aires.

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Fitness Centre

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