We enjoyed walking around and eating in a couple of the restaurants. It was a great place to see the city.
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Palermo Soho, along and near Jorge Luis Borges, is Buenos Aires' answer to hipster Brooklyn. Lots of trendy local boutiques, cafés, and restaurants populated mostly by people in their 20s and 30s. Take the SUBTE to Plaza Italia, and then walk about 10 blocks north...More
Great location for walking around and gazing at the shops and watching Argentinians going about their business.
It's filled w shopping little art boutiques and cafes / restaurants w mainly little center gardens to relax after shopping! The architecture says it's chill here and chic!! Great place for weekend afternoon fun! Night time go to the bars!
Visited this area twice. Lots of upscale boutiques and restaurants, with obviously more affluent residents. Relaxing compared to busier areas of the city.
Palermo Soho likes like Greenwich Vllage in the 1990s. It has plenty of public transportation and is very convenient. Not a lot of automobile traffic and you can walk to any part of Palermo Soho. It has all kinds interesting shops, bookstores, cafes, and bars....More
Beautiful neighborhood, lots of little coffee shops and boutiques, and small shops and little restaurants. So much fun to walk around.
A trendy place where you can stay with family, friends or couple. buy independent designers clothes, enjoy argentinian cuisine and have a drink in every corner
A trendy area, distinct to other areas. Shops seem more geared up for locals wanting trendy gear. Lots of cafes and bars.