On the northern side of Buenos Aires, Palermo is a
The wide tree lined streets of Palermo are filled with boutique shopping, bars and restaurants, it’s got a wonderful hip feel to it but with a splendour all it’s own. International branded shops sit comfortably alongside colonial apartment buildings and ramshackle coffee shops.
Visitors to the area can visit the Evita Museum which examines the life of Eva Peron. Also here is a famous mechanical sculpture of a flower which opens and shuts with the coming and going of daylight.