Palermo is without a doubt the most popular and lively suburb in Buenos Aires. All day long Porteños and visitors fill the streets and the eccentric boutique shops, and share drinks and conversations at one of the many bustling sidewalk cafes. Dining is an absolute joy at the widest possible range of restaurants. Nightlife usually extends to the next morning, during which you can go from a quaint outdoor patio bar to the pulsating dance floors at some of city’s best nightclubs. Still Palermo’s central location is a quick taxi, train, bus or plane ride to any famous or classic spot you might want to visit in or around Buenos Aires.

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