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Visitors who haven't quite decided where to hang their hat should not fear. We are dedicated to exploring and undertaking the daunting task of sampling Buenos Aires' finest restaurants, hotels, and attractions, with the simple goal of making it easier for visitors.
Here you will find the skinny on the most popular neighborhoods in Buenos Aires – from hip and happening Palermo to the nitty-gritty of Retiro. There is something for everyone in this incredible city.
Palermo is the hub of nightlife, fashion, and up-and-coming 30somethings. Here is where you'll find some of the trendiest, chicest, and most refined restaurants and bars, along with the prices to match.
Belgrano is one of the oldest neighborhoods, once having been its own city. Today, Belgrano is one of the most upscale neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, yet still claims to be middle class. Here one will find such luxuries as corner fruit stands run by men who call young women linda, dry-cleaners who know all their clients names, buildings both new and old, and near silence on Sundays.
Microcentro is the hub of Buenos Aires in every way. It encapsulates the pulse of the Buenos Aires financial district, endless historical sights, unparalleled architecture, shopping, and some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants.
This barrio is a wealth of some of the city's greatest sights and the streets are always buzzing with activity. Couples stroll hand in hand, gawking at window displays and gorgeous centuries-old buildings. The parks and plazas are also beautiful and well maintained making Recoleta a great destination for families and friends looking for fun in the sun.
Puerto Madero is the sleek, trendy, up and coming face of Buenos Aires. Life here is all about cruising the waterside and flashing the cash. Its banks on the Rio de la Plata is the site of literally hundreds of stylish bars and restaurants, luxuriously furbished offices and apartments, high-class nightclubs and five star hotels.
Literally spanning from shantytown, cardboard homes, to the most luxurious restaurants, shopping, hotels, and partying in the expat-friendly border of Microcentro, Retiro still hasn't really decided what its definitive identity will be.