This upmarket area of Palermo, spreads between Santa Fe Av. and Libertador Av., its only a few blocks away from some of the city’s most beautiful parks.
This exclusive, far more traditional-looking area in terms of architecture, features some of the most luxurious French-style 1960-era mansions that this city has to offer, along with a few grand buildings turned into embassies.
A gem still undiscovered by visitors, and only a few steps away from MALBA museum, its origins go back as far as 1912, when architect Carlos Thays had a vision of curvy irregular streets surrounded by abundant green spaces embellished in big part by local vegetation. Jacarandás, Palos Borrachos and Ceibos are the most common trees in Buenos Aires.
Not far from here the Japanese Garden can be spotted. An enchanted park that honors its name with small wooden bridges that connecting classical Japanese gardens surrounding an artificial lake. You'll be delighted with the restaurant inside this establishment serving tea, pastries, and a few Japanese dishes such as sushi and teriyaki chicken.
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Brickell Avenue, home to many popular Miami restaurants, shops and places of entertainment.
Cafés, restaurants and boutiques in low-rise buildings, Palermo Soho is trendy, creative, chic, young and cool
Wide and quiet residential streets shaded by overhanging trees, parks and museums
Affluent and sophisticated, this historic french inspired neighborhood is home to the rich and famous.
Laidback by day, it springs to life at night with its bars, restaurants and nightclubs
A waterfront contemporary neighborhood famed for its al-fresco dining and great nightlife – Think destination docklands!
Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences
With its residential feel, it is filled with grand 19th-century homes lining wide, leafy avenues.