1) Canal 7
2) Barrio – Parque
3) Monumento “El arquero de San Sebastián”
4) Instituto Sanmartiniano
5) Casa de Victoria Ocampo y Embajada de Bélgica
6) Plaza Chile y sus esculturas
7) Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo
8) Museo de Arte Popular José Hernandez
9) Palacio Alcorta
10) Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Malba)
Palermo Chico or commonly called Barrio Parque, whose name was taken up in reference to Sicilian immigrants, is a residential sub-area of Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Adjacent to the south by the district of La Recoleta, is roughly bounded by Libertador Avenue, between Tagle and Cavia St., and the railroad tracks.
The neighborhood designed by landscapes architect Carlos Thays in 1912, is one of the most desirable areas of the city. This elite neighborhood, quiet for those who wish a place like this, is minutes from the major of areas banking and corporate activities of Buenos Aires (Puerto Madero and downtown), as well as nightly entertainment (Recoleta, Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood and Las Cañitas). It is characterized by its cobbled, narrow streets and a curved and irregular layout with abundant green spaces and trees. It is a quiet neighborhood where live high class families, millionaires and famous Argentines. You can see large old houses, bigger houses and even including some mansions that are home to many embassies. Inside the luxury and the number of maids and employees highlighted in these houses.
On Avenida del Libertador and Cavia St. is located the Germany Square, a place where the “Source Wealth Agropecuaria Argentina”, that the German community gave the Argentine people in the midst of the celebrations of the centenary of the May Revolution, is situated.
Another famous attraction is also located in this area, is the famous Malba -exhibitions and events place with a unique quality of its collection, achieved by its founder Eduardo F. Constantini, that due to the architectural design of its building and the interesting temporary argentine and international art exibitions usually presented, make this place almost an obligatory visit.
We can also find the Popular Art Museum José Hernández, where an exhibition of textile art and silverware and also others temporary exhibitions are frecuently presents, the headquarters of the Institute Sanmartiniano, a reply of the House of Grand Bourg and the Metropolitan Museum. And very near of them, the Channel Seven belonged to the Public Television and its museum are located, where we can review the development of Argentina televison with his artistic and popular figures and the different technology generations that used to be used at other times.
Across the elegant Av. Libertador, it is the National Museum of Decorative Art, another prominent destination of this journey.