87 results, sorted alphabetically

Items per page

Teatro Colón

Attractions, Music, Theatre

With its regular lines and tempered classicism, the Colón is one of Buenos Aires' key architectural as well as cultural landmarks. Closed for a major...

Cerrito 618
Major venue

Teatro Gran Rex


The Gran Rex is ideal for those artists (like Björk) who require the attention of a comfortably seated audience. The theatre holds 3,500, and punters can...

Avenida Corrientes 857

Teatro Liceo


Part of the same group as Multiteatro, this 700-seater, 140-year-old venue is the oldest of its kind in the capital, and it's still going strong.

Avenida Rivadavia 1499

Teatro Nacional Cervantes

Cinemas, Dance, Theatre

This 80-year-old, state-run theatre seats 1,000 people in two auditoriums and stages Latin American and Spanish plays as well as some dance events. It also...

Avenida Córdoba 1155

Teatro San Martín


Renowned for the quality and eclecticism of its programmes, ranging from cast-iron classics to avant-garde experiments, the San Martín incorporates three...

Avenida Corrientes 1530

Terrazas Estoril


This cosy, colourful hostel with a fun and friendly vibe is located in a quaint building on Avenida de Mayo. Chill out in the comfortable living room -...

6th floor, Avenida de Mayo 1385

The Kilkenny

Bars & pubs

The good old Kilkenny remains as packed as ever, especially at weekends, when the tourist set pour in. Young and frisky Argentinians frequent this Irish...

Marcelo T de Alvear 399
Tags: Centre, Retiro, Pub

Tomo I

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Dinner at Tomo I, from its retro location in a grand hotel ot the moment you are led in to the old-fashioned dining room, is suffused with a sense of...

Hotel Panamericano, Carlos Pellegrini 521


Bars & pubs, Music

Step inside the world of Ultra in this downtown joint, where the people behind the local record label, Ultrapop, have turned their talents to nightlife and...

San Martin 678



Camping, outdoor and extreme sports gear, new and secondhand, is sold here. Climbers, anglers, campers and parachutists come here in droves to get kitted out.

Hipólito Yrigoyen 1133

You Know My Name


More pumped-up lounge than rocking club, You Know My Name, formerly known as El Living, is the weekend scene for indie-hipsters and rockers. Sip a fruity...

Marcelo T de Alvear 1540



Claiming to stock the widest selection of music in South America, Zivals (also an excellent bookshop) has all genres but specialises in classical, jazz,...

Avenida Callao 395