This area borders Palermo Norte further northwest along Libertador Avenue, centered around the Monument to the Four Regions of Argentina; raised by the Spanish community in 1910, this landmark is commonly referred to as the "Spanish Monument". The Buenos Aires Zoo, the Buenos Aires Botanical Gardens, La Rural expo grounds, the U.S. Embassy and Ambassador's Residence, the Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens, and Parque Tres de Febrero (commonly known as Bosques de Palermo, or "Palermo Woods") are located in this area. Inspired by the "Bois de Boulogne" in Paris and the Prater (or Vienna Meadow) in Vienna, the Palermo Woods are the largest green area in the city of Buenos Aires and itself includes landmarks such as the Rose Garden, the Eduardo Sívori Museum, and the Galileo Galilei planetarium.
We have the following services to make your stay more comfortable:
+ Wi Fi
+ Terrace and outdoor pool
+ Cable TV
Fully-equipped kitchen · Designer furniture · Queen-sized bed · Balcony · LCD TV · Heating and cooling air · conditioning · Blackout curtain system.
Great views in a quiet but centric and fashionable neighbourhood.
Some of the restaurants in the area: Zaccaria, Rio Alba, La catedra, Elisabetta, La fondue, Sushiclub (best sushi in Buenos Aires), La trattoria di Giulio, Coco Cafe, Nucha Café.
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