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Plazoleta Julio Cortazar

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Saphira
Saphira
December 04, 2018
Durante el fin de semana abre un mercadito de artesanias e indumentaria. There´s cool a hippy market during the weekend!
Alejandro
Alejandro
October 23, 2019
this place is full of pubs ,bars and joy
Bárbara
Bárbara
August 15, 2019
Pubs, night life, fashion.
Magdalena
Magdalena
March 16, 2019
Palermo's bohemian central area. Hippie fair during the weekends and many stores and cafes around.
Hernan
Hernan
December 14, 2018
Center of shops, food, night life in the hart of the famous Julio Cortazar writer
Laura
Laura
September 06, 2019
Zona llena de bares, cafés, restaurantes y parrillas. Opciones para todos los gustos y bolsillos. Grandes marcas y tiendas de diseño se mezclan en sus calles coloridas de grafitties.
Maria
Maria
April 19, 2019
Nice place to visit on sunday, and the rest of the week if you like enjoy drinking coffee, beers, eat meat, hamburguers and everything. On sunday you can fin d a great street market, with a variety of things to see and buy.

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Palermo, CABA
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