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Great apartments for rent!!!

by IIGUANA about Temporary Apartments

If you don't like hotels and preffer a great apartment in unique locations, then you should try this guys. They've got great aparments around the city, and they're not expensive.
I rented an apartment in Recoleta. Besides being perfectly neat and decorated, I even had a maid in the mornings that took care of the cleaning and washing. What else can you ask for? Great locations. Fully equiped. Maid service. Gay friendly.

Oh my God! Stay here!!!!

by smeecher about The Cocker

On a surprise romantic break with my boyfriend to Buenos Aires (you can just about see him in the picture of the balcony) we stayed at a boutique guest house called The Cocker. I have to say what a brilliant time we had there. The owners are an english gay couple who were just lovely and helped us out with pretty much everything including a trip to Uruguayand a night at the theatre (the wonderful Teatro Colon).
The place is a beautiful old house that they renovated themselves and looks like a magazine shoot. Our room had a bathroom ON TOP of a four- poster bed (see the photo) and its own private roof-garden. We had a look round the other suites - there are only five - and they all looked gorgeous. We reall can't recommend the place enough - it made our holiday- and we wish it all the best! All the rooms are set around roof gardens and the terraces of an amazing old house with unbelievably high ceilings, it's an old house but everything is very modern and chic. There is a little dog there - THE Cocker who is adorable, we wanted to take him home with us!

Gay Buenos Aires

by syberian

An official from the Buenos Aires tourist board has recently been quoted as saying that "Tourism in Buenos Aires is up to 5.25m visitors - a new record. Twenty percent of these, we believe, are gay".

Over the last two years the city has become well known for its liberal attitude to gay life so that it has become the destination of choice for gay tourists to South America. Argentina is now recovering strongly from the economic crisis and the devaluation of 2002 and prices of just about everything are, compared to the northern hemisphere, at bargain level. In Buenos Aires there has been an increase, along with the increase in LGBT tourism, in gay-friendly businesses such as real estate, apartment rental, travel agents, language classes, tango classes, bars, restaurants, hotels and guesthouses.

A very useful and up-to-date guide written in English by a British resident with information on all these topics can be found at Guide to Gay Buenos Aires

Techno Music & Free Drinks (Fri - Sat - Sun)

by Charlin_Baby about Amerika

This place is originally a "gay disco", but you can find all kind of people....anyway, if you don't accept gay people, I recommend don't go....but if you are "opend mind", enjoy it, cause is really original and funny place...and you can drink all the night free...well not free, the entrance cost $ 20.- As you want....nobody look at you!

kisses!

by solcitom87

Argentinians are really friendly!

Men kiss each other on one cheek if they are family members or friends, Always on an informal way.

If you meet anyone for the 1st time in a formal way you will shake hands (for women and men) if it's on an informal way you may kiss the other person on one cheek.

You will see people kissing on the streets in the french way, heterosexual couples or gay couples. Buenos Aires is a Gay friendly city, anyway is not that common seeing gays couples kissing on the streets but it might happen....

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Gay Travel

by Wilhersh

Are there Gay areas in Buenos Aires, and if so, where are they? Does anyone have any suggestions of Gay or Gay-friendly places to stay, eat, go out, etc.? Thanks in advance for any input.

RE: Gay Travel

by agustiana

Tons of places,Buenos Aires is a gay friendly city.
take a look at this website
http://www.gay-ba.com/es/index.php
regards

RE: Gay Travel

by brd2005

Try www.thegayguide.com.ar There they list all bars, clubs, saunas, etc.

RE: Gay Travel

by Pedroperu

Actually is the gay city of Southamerica.

RE: RE: Gay Travel

by agustiana

he is right, BA and Rio in Brazil

RE: Gay Travel

by ronaldoyeah

Check http://www.mr-easybed.com for a gay guide on Buenos Aires (bars, clubs, saunas, accommodation).

Gay Life in Patagonia

by Bob_Brier

My partner and I are traveling to Bariloche, El Calafate and Ushuaia this December and January. I doubt that there are - but I thought I would ask. Are there any gay bars in Patagonia?

Re: Gay Life in Patagonia

by Cpt.Future

Of the places you have mentioned I've only been to Ushuaia (tried to stay out of the touristy places). I've seen no gay bar there, as a matter of fact, there aren't too many bars that are worth mentioning anyway. U. is concentrating very much on cruise ship tourists so you have restaurants but not too many attractive bars in town.
Anyway, as a general advice: get a Lonely Planet guide, they list gay bars if there are any just as they give good advice on food and drink in general.

Gay nightlife in BA

by KAP-CA

Hi,
My partner and I are arriving in BA on Nov 5th and would like some recommendations about BA's gay nightlife scene. We are 35 and 33 and both like to go out to bars and clubs while on holiday. Ideally it would be great to know about a few good places to have a few drinks before going out to a disco so recommendations for both bars and discos/clubs would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!

RE: Gay nightlife in BA

by syngirl

Hey -
I haven't really been out clubbing here so can't really say much for gay or straight scene yet, however have you checked out this site? http://www.thegayguide.com.ar/pride.htm

There's also the Buenos Aires Day & Night guide that tangol (tangol.com) puts out, you can probably pick it up when you get into town, there's a section that lists a few places in the Palermo, Palermo Viejo and Centro zones.

How long are you here for? Unfortunately the pride parade was supposed to be this weeked but it has been postponed until the end of November (they don't say why but I wouldn't be surprised if it's because it would have conflicted with the Mar del Plata summit).

RE: RE: Gay nightlife in BA

by mrtourne

Hey there,

It's been over a year and a half since I've been back so not sure what's the "in" place now, but below there's some good mainstays. Someone else maybe can chime in with what's cool each night nowadays.

I've always liked Sitges (http://www.sitgesonline.com.ar/) in Cordoba Avenue for a pre-dance drink, which is a couple of blocks away from the biggest gay disco, Amerika (http://www.ameri-k.com.ar/). Mind you, Sitges doesn't get busy until after midnight, and the clubs don't get busy until 2 AM or so. It may be best to show up a bit earlier these days since after the dance club fire a year ago, all places are adhering to stricter capacity limitations. You can grab a taxi from downtown to get you there.

Closer to downtown, Palacio Buenos Aires (http://www.palaciobuenosaires.com/) is good Friday night spot, or also for the earlier Sunday night tea dance (starting at about 9PM). But it seems to have moved, as the old location will turn into Crobar, check the gay guide site mentioned above for latest location

Cheers
Marcelo

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