Our apartment is a great opportunity to visit Buenos Aires and neighbouring areas. Located 10 minutes walk from the presidential residence in Olivos, just 20...
Where is it?
Palermo Hollywood, like neighboring Palermo Soho, is part of the sub-barrio of Palermo Viejo. Laidback by day, it springs to life at night when sharply-dressed Porteños come out to play at the hordes of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The area itself sits between the streets Juan B. Justo, Córdoba, Dorrego and Santa Fé/Carranza.
While Palermo Soho focuses on shopping, with a sideline of cafés and nightlife, Palermo Hollywood is all about satisfying your culinary and drinking needs. Scattered around an area of approximately 20 square blocks is Buenos Aires’ largest concentration of bars and restaurants. Find everything from traditional parrillas to Asian fusion restaurants, fast food joints to closed-door restaurants, secret bars to swanky lounges, live music venues and superb rooftop terraces.
The name Hollywood is based on the fact that the area is home to several radio and television studios. Look hard enough and you might just spot a celebrity while you enjoy brunch on a cobblestone side street or stumble out of a club in the early hours.
Palermo Hollywood can guarantee a good night out. What it can’t guarantee is to be friendly on your wallet, not just because of prices but due to the hundreds of options and temptation to keep coming back for more.
One place you might want to check out is the antique and flea market, Mercado de las Pulgas (Niceto Vega 200). It’s worth spending an hour or so browsing the hotchpotch of stalls that offer used and refurbished furniture, home décor and curios.
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