Palermo is Buenos Aires’ largest barrio and also one of its most walkable, with tree-lined streets dotted by casas chorizo, long, narrow single-story houses built in the late 19th century and now highly coveted for renovation. That’s because these days, Palermo is trendy, slick and expensive. Over the last 15 years development here has exploded. […]
An excellent way to see Buenos Aires is by bicycle. Be it La Boca, Recoleta, Puerto Madero or Palermo — many of the city’s neighborhoods are perfectly suited for bike riding. Buenos Aires is a flat, pretty city, so peddle power is a fast and easy way to get around town. There’s a good reason […]
If you’re a rockabilly whose found yourself in Buenos Aires you’ll want to head to Palermo bar, Mundo Bizzaro.
Home is a stylish boutique hotel oasis in Palermo Viejo with a decidedly Euro-retro style. With its vintage wallpaper and Scandinavian furnishing this is the kind of place that may have you wondering after a few drinks by the pool: where am I again? Founded by Irish-Argentine, Patricia O’Shea and Brit hubby Tom Rixton, this […]
In a country known for its wide plains and abundance of grassy pastoral land, you know that golf courses are bound to be both plentiful and accessible. While Japanese businessmen are obliged to pay hundreds of dollars for a round of golf in their densely populated island, Argentineans have the good fortune to be able […]