To get to know Buenos Aires there is nothing better than to explore the incessant and heterogeneus night life.
In the "city that never to sleep" the night has it's own attractions.
Everything can be a pretext for the entertainment, from bookstores open late hours, the bars and the pubs , cinemas, full restaurants and the plan to keep the night going at one of the city's many discos , or you could enjoy a play at an alternative underground theatre.
Buenos Aires Night Life offers multiple options to live it up , and enjoy no matter how young or old you are.
The streets around the Recoleta cemetery are a traditional entertainment area. Nowadays, it has lost some of its appeal, and has become a bit more of a tourist zone.
Nevertheless, there are enough restaurants, bars, and clubs that there should be something for any taste.
- Arcos del ferrocarril (from Libertador y Infanta Isabel to Av. Sarmiento y Casares) is one of the hot spots of Buenos Aires. About a dozen bars and clubs are tucked underneath a long railway embankment. The main evenings are Thursdays to Saturdays, but occasionally, there's also something going on on Wednesdays or Sundays.
- Costanera Norte (Av. Costanera Rafael Obligado, from J. Salguero to Pampa) is another stretch with lots of restaurants, bars, and dance clubs, some of the restaurants turning into discos at 2 o'clock.
- Palermo Vijeo (around Plaza J. Cortazar) is a more recently developed entertainment area with a bit of a neighborhood ambiance. Again, lots of restaurants, bars/cafes, and a few dance clubs. There are also some very interesting clubs and bars scattered over the area called "Palermo Hollywood", west of Plaza Cortazar, reaching into Colegiales and Belgrano.