Get the Party Started: Nightlife in Buenos Aires
Collected by Bridget Gleeson , AFAR Local Expert
Milongas and mojitos: here's where porteno's party.
Av. Cnel. Niceto Vega 5510, C1414 BFD, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires' nightlife is famous, and rightly so - but unless you're a serious club-goer, it's unlikely you're going be trekking out to the Costanera Norte to hit up the string of superclubs at four in the morning. Perennially cool Niceto Club...
Sarmiento 4006, C1197AAH CABA, Argentina
Milonga references a style of dance intrinsic to the Argentine tango and Afro-influenced in style, known to be less formal and more rustic. This particular evening in Buenos Aires at La Catedral was serendipitous. I sat in awe watching couples...
Paraná 1048, C1018 ADB, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Even if you're not a Spanish speaker, you can put two and two together: Milion means 'million.' It's not clear, in this case, exactly what the name refers to - it could be the fact that you tend to feel feel like a million dollars when you're...
25 de Mayo 597, C1002ABK CABA, Argentina
Though bustling to the point of chaos during the work day, at night, Buenos Aires' Microcentro (or downtown) clears out to creepy effect - watch your bag if you're walking these streets after all the businessmen have gone home. But with the...
Av. Costanera Rafael Obligado 6311, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Perhaps you've heard - Buenos Aires is famous for its nightclubs, many located north of the city along the Rio de la Plata, where the house music pulses all night and partygoers watch the sunrise over the water from the club terraces. Granted,...
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