Palermo Hippodrome is a major tourist attraction of the city of Buenos Aires. It stands out for its monumental architectural construction and horse racing events such as the Gran Premio Nacional, which takes place every year. Palermo Hippodrome is strategically located in the city and it also offers multiple choices of entertainment for tourists.
Hundreds of locals and tourists walk all weekends on the chic Palermo Soho area, few steps from Armenia Square. But only the more retailers perceive a gray gate in the odd hand of the Costa Rica Street. Behind that door lies The Club House in Palermo, a private club, that outside seems to be a simple House and inside houses a social club / hotel with a unique atmosphere.
Located to the North of the city of Buenos Aires, Palermo is the largest district of the city and it is divided into different districts, each with a unique identity. In this post we tell you about the 10 best sites: what to see and what to do in Palermo.
Palermo is one of the districts more quaint and chic of Buenos Aires. Located to the North of the city it is a primarily residential and entertainment district. There are a large number of restaurants and bars for all tastes. If you are visiting the city or need an after office do not miss The Temple Bar, a good option to enjoy the night in Palermo.
If you are visiting the city of Buenos Aires and you are a food lover we recommend the Food Fest BA, a gastronomic event that will take place on 29 and 30 October in the central court of La Rural.
The 12 ° walk against Breast Cancer will take place on Sunday, September 25 in Palermo. The New Edition invites to women, men and children to walk together under the slogan “#HoyTeToca”.