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Where to stay near Palermo

Exploring Palermo

This up-market hangout mixes the bars and cafes of old Viejo with the high-rise modern skyscrapers of Las Canitas. A trip down to Avenida del Libertador opens up a world of attraction, like a high-octane horse race at the Palermo Hippodrome, or the local history of the Evita Museum. And you can de-stress in style with a soothing stroll over the quaint bridges and paths of the Japanese Gardens.


Accommodations near Palermo

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Buenos Aires is the TGC Inn, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended RentinPolo in Buenos Aires as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Palermo

- The Rose Garden


This picturesque garden, also known as El Rosedal, is the centerpiece of the larger Palermos Woods. There are more than 15,000 different rose bushes and hundreds of different species in various colors. There are also green wooden benches where visitors can sit and enjoy the view and scenery.


- Buenos Aires Zoo


Opened in 1875, the city’s zoological park is among the world’s oldest and most captivating zoos. Boasting more than 2,500 animals within its 45-acre premises, this landmark is renowned for its diverse range of wildlife. A reptile house, an aquarium, a farm, and a tropical rainforest are the main zones located at this family-friendly attraction. The big cats complex is a major draw, with cheetahs, lions, and jaguars roaming the enclosures in a natural state. Just 500 metres from the zoo stand several important hotels, such as the BA Sohotel and Hotel Cristoforo Colombo.


Transportation near Palermo

The best way to get around in this city is through the metro, known as the "subte", it is the fastest and cheapest option. You will find that the metro is pretty extensive and easy to use. Another option are buses.


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