One of the trendiest areas of Buenos Aires, Palermo Soho doesn’t lack colour or style. Located in the barrio of Palermo – the largest barrio in Buenos Aires – the area is pretty easy to find. Palermo’s quirky walls have been transformed into attention-grabbing graffiti murals, creating plenty of opportunities for photos that stand out. We loved the narrow, colourful streets and just couldn’t stop ourselves from posing in front of the colourful walls.

Here are some of our favourite shots from colourful Palermo.

Head there on a weekday to avoid the crowds. Although, if you happen to be there on a weekend, don’t forget to check out the open-air markets at Plaza Serrano and Plaza Armenia. There are plenty of stalls that sell authentic, handmade products, such as jewellery, handbags and even dream-catchers (dream catchers look pretty good in photos!).

Check out our post on 5 photography hotspots in Buenos Aires for more of the best areas to snap awesome pictures of this amazingly vibrant city, including maps, tips and more of our photo galleries.

Top Tip! Take advantage of the free tours offered by the Government of Buenos Aires. There are currently four that cover Palermo

  • Walking Tour Palermo Gardens: Fridays at 11am (at 10am from December to February).
  • Bici-Tour (a bike tour): Monday – Friday at 12.45pm and 2.45pm. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays at 9.45am, 12.45pm and 2.45pm. There is a charge if you would like an electric bike.
  • Urban Surfing (electric scooters): Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 9.45am, 12.45pm and 2.45pm.
  • Bici-Tour family bicycle tour: Every day. Monday – Friday at 9.45am. Weekends at 9.45am, 12.45pm and 2.45pm.

Remember to book in advance.

Live well,

Borrowed Roads x

 

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