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Plaza Serrano

Plaza Serrano

Plaza Serrano

Plaza Serrano (Serrano 1554, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires) – located at Palermo Soho (as this area is called, named after New York’s Soho neighborhood), this plaza is one of the hippest spots in the Buenos Aires, especially on weekends when local craftmakers set up shop, selling the kinds of trinkets familiar to anyone who’s ever been to a street market: hemp bracelets, jewelry, bags and the like (during the day). Aside from them, the presence of young people hanging out to eat, drink and party at night (even dreadlocked Rasta-types), gives the area a vibe similar to that of New York’s Greenwich Village area (especially the NYU and Washington Square Park areas), and to a lesser degree certain plazas in Rome, Italy.