It is a nice place to walk around. It really feels like you are in the past with all the antiques. Not so fun for kids.
I had a great time walking around this place. There are many restaurants and quite a few stores. Prices are reasonable and the pace is nice. The main square has an interesting "feria artesanal". Check out tripadvisor for advice on restaurants... Some of the restaurants have awful service and pretty mediocre food. I hear that it gets very crowded on... More
Having stayed at Alvear Palace for 4 nights prior, we wanted a change of neighborhood. Palermo Soho provided great opportunities to stroll around shopping, dining and great people watching. There were several street markets as well that allowed us to experience life as a local. The produce stands were incredible.
We rented a lovely apartment in this part of the city for 9 days. Although the area does have some decent cafes and restaurants, the broken up sidewalks are covered with dog poop and pee, trash and garbage. From what we observed, it was not all that unusual for much of Buenos Aires. This is a mostly residential area, which... More
I was feeling a little let down by the famous Recoleta shopping (a bit boring and traditional) so I decided to head over to Palermo Soho. Thank goodness I did! Its a great area - huge number of small cool and unusual boutiques mixed in with trendy cafes that wouldn't be out of place in Barcelona or indeed NYC Soho.... More
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