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Bars in Buenos Aires are
the soul of the city

A place where locals and travelers alike can mingle, relax, and unwind. The city’s bars and cafes are bustling with energy, hosting a fusion of vibrant personalities and infectious creativity




Whether you want to meet friends, chill out with a book, watch a soccer game or just down a few beers, there is no excuse not to visit at least a handful of the city’ s most popular watering holes.

Palermo has some of the coolest spots
Many of these can be found in Palermo Soho in the back-streets near Plaza Serrano and Calle Jorge Luis Borges. On Plaza Armenia itself there are the more touristy places; Sugar (Costa Rica 4619) would win the prize for attracting the most gringos—however they do have a good happy hour [2 for 1 before 12am] and other nightly promotions. Palermo Hollywood has a huge number of bars, most of which are pretty flashy as it’s the place to be in the city later on in the night—perfect for those who want to drink somewhere low-key first and get a bit more rowdy at a club or two later on.

San Telmo is a great place for wandering
Within a couple of minutes you are bound to stumble upon a cute little cafe or two.  Matilda’s (Chile 673) is one of the sweetest so far with the prettiest wallpaper and an in-house dog (pet with caution, he’s stinky!).


Old school argentine bars are seemingly around every corner, filled with chatty locals and the always present Feria de San Telmo seekers. Make sure to check out the nightlife which is some of the least touristy in the popular areas of the city.


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