The Palermo area of Buenos Aires is one of the largest neighborhoods in the city and is perfect for those that want a little more peace and quiet than the bustling Recoleta. Palermo proper is the southern part of neighborhood, closest to Recoleta. Many of the streets are cobblestoned and have a certain old European charm. While the area has a more residential feel than its subdivisions, Palermo Soho and Hollywood, it’s considered the most scenic part of Palermo and yet remains just steps away from the action in every direction. For those active travelers, Palermo is convenient to Avenue Libertador, where joggers congregate each morning, noon and night.
Things To Do
PALERMO REGIONAL MAP On the Palermo apartment’s map, you’ll find each luxury apartment rental indicated by a pin marking. Browse by location and select the apartment for more information.
Every guest of Apartments BA is assigned a complimentary Personal Concierge to help complete their vacation experience. Your dedicated Concierge is like a personal trip assistant, able to take care of all your travel requests. Please find below some of our personal recommendations to try during your Palermo apartment rental and let us what you would like us to arrange for you.
Monumento a los EspanolesThis is one of the most beautiful monuments in Buenos Aires, located at the intersection of two wide boulevards: Avenue del Libertador and Avenue Sarmiento in Palermo.
Bosques de PalermoWith more than 80 hectares, it is one of the biggest green areas in Buenos Aires. The "porteños" visit the park to have picnics or to practice sports. The park has two artificial lakes which can be travelled by boat or by water-bicycles.
Jardin JaponesCreated in 1967 as a gift from the local Japanese community, BA's Japanese garden is one of the largest in the world outside of Japan.
Floralis GenericaA steel and aluminium flower sculpture whose petals open and close with the sun. This was Catalono's gift to his natal city. At night, with petals closed, a red light shines from the flower's interior.
Museo Nacional de Arte DecorativoAnd old French style mansion, offers a vast collection of paintings sculptures, tapestries, furniture and European silversmith of 14th to 20th centuries, and Chinese decorative art of 17th and 18th centuries. It also has an elegant café called Croque Madamme.
Museo Jose HernandezSince 1948 this museum has been spreading the Argentinean popular art, especially handcrafts. Its name Jose Hernandez is homage to the author of Martin Fierro, a master piece of Argentinean epic poetry.
Museo Xul Solar This used to be the house of Argentinean surrealist artist, Xul Solar (died in 1963). Besides the paintings from different periods of time, you can see personal objects, games and documentation.
Location:Laprida 1212 Phone: +54 (11) 4824-3302
Alto Palermo Shopping, located on Santa Fe Avenue 3253.
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