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Reviewed September 14, 2007

Palermo Soho

The most important decision to make if you are staying for more than a week is where to live. We have been to Buenos Aires four times and each time stayed in different places Congresso, Recoleta, and San Telmo. Each area has a certain charm but the best place we have stayed is Palermo Soho. We rented two different apartments in the area

It is a suburb away from the heart of Buenos Aires but easily accessible on the D line from the Plaza Italia stop. It is hip, interesting, safe but above all the food is wonderful. I had never had a really good meal in Buenos Aires until I found Palermo. We would go out each lunch and dinner to a different restaurant and were rarely disappointed. Neighbouring Palermo Hollywood has abundant and good restaurants. Our favourite restaurants were Freud and Fahler. The lunch menu (3 courses from 18 pesos) is great. We walked by Don Julio's every day and thought it was another 'meat' place even though the food looked good. By the time we ate there it was the day before we were to leave and we ended up eating the rest of our meals there. Another favourite is Cluny. But there are lots of supermercado if you want to cook your own meal. Eventually we missed foods with spice.

What I liked about Palermo was it was quiet compared to Congresso or San Telmo. The streets were tree lined and the houses were interesting to look at. There are lots in nice apartments to rent and most are as trendy as the area. The shopping is good and stocks a lot of local brands. There are lots of artists who set up shop weekends in the Plaza Cortázar. (Well it closed while we were there and protestors (vendors) wanted it reopened).

If you like to walk there are lots of areas to explore. At least twice we walked downtown along Avenida Santa Fe.

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