Hostels Buenos Aires: for those who are after the latest trends in fashion and design, Palermo a mix of artistic bohemia, author cuisine, avant garde and exoticism is the place to stay in. Palermo Viejo, Palermo Soho so named due to the large number of designers in the neighborhood and Palermo Hollywood so called because of the high concentration of TV and film studios, production companies and radio stations are in continuous growth and recycling. The meeting point, and also a good starting point for tourists, is Julio Cortazar square, locally known as Plaza Serrano.
It offers all kinds of handicrafts in its fair, and is surrounded by some of the best known pubs in the area, such as El Taller, Crónico and Tazz. From there, a must is to wander around street vendors, stores that defy your senses and narrow streets such as Russel, Santa Rosa and Soria, which hide real mansions, pubs and restaurants offering international, ethnic and author cuisine. The most traditional tours include the zoo, the Jardin Botanico (or Botanical Garden), and the huge extension of green woods of the Bosques de Palermo.
In these neighborhoods, informal and full of fun, hostels Buenos Aires offers Palermo Suites (Charcas Street) and Tango Backpackers (Thames Street), two hostels of Hostelling International Argentina built from recycled old houses.