Palermo is the largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires with a population of about 250,000 residents. The barrio is characterized by homes of the social elite, foreign embassies and many of the city’s best parks. Your first stop is MALBA. The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires was founded by real estate developer Eduardo Francisco Costantini. The museum was seeded with over 200 pieces of modern art from his personal collection. Inside this cubism-inspired building, the art is divided by decade so you can witness the evolution of styles during the 20th century. MALBA also sponsors visiting exhibitions by Argentine artists.