Looking for a night out in Buenos Aires? our guide to the best clubs for music and dancing will give you an intro to the bext nightclubs in town.
Buenoes Aires offers the clubber great options. It caters for all types of music and dance lovers from tango enthusiasts to techno heads.
Night life does not really start until late. Clubs and parties do not get started properly until 2 or 3 am. The evening before should be used to eat a good meal, have a nap, shower and then dress to impress. Plan on staying up until the early hours of the morning. Entrance charges to clubs will vary depending on the reputation of the club, its location and who the DJ on the night is. Expect to pay around £3 ($5) – £6 ($8). Make sure you take plenty of cash as drinks can be expensive.
Some of Buenos Aires best known clubs for music, dancing and raves:
BA News (Av de la Infanta Isabel) – a firm favourite with locals. Multi-level dance floors, strobes and dry-ice.
Club Niceto (Niceto Vega) – Thursday nights see the raucous transvestite show.
La France (Sarmiento 1662) – exclusively for 25 and overs after 2am. Stylish, chic and sophisticated.
Maluco Beleza (Sarmiento 1728) – mainly Brazilian music but upstairs is more of a private area for couples to get intimate.
Mint (Costanera Norte) – The place to be in Buenos Aires on a Wednesday night. Loud music in simple surroundings.
Pacha (Av Costanera Nore) – If you want the latest bass-pumping tunes from the top Djs this is the club for you. Probably the coolest place to be.
Sudaca (Sarmiento 1752) – Live bands and “all you can drink”. More relaxed crowd looking for drums and guitars rather than an electronic sound.