Hotel Aires Express

Bartolome Mitre 3410, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Forum Posts

Nightlife in BA

by paddyk7

I'm going to be in Buenos Aires in November and I was wondering if anyone could recommend good pubs (yes, it is an accurate stereotype, we Irish do like a drink or two) and clubs in Buenos Aires, especially for younger crowds, i.e. 18-25.


Re: Nightlife in BA

by RicardoBA

The Shamrock on Rodriquez Pena in Recoleta gets a good after work crowd with alot of specials. Young crowd with good atmosphere.
Shoeless Joe's El Alamo in Recoleta is a good pub for watching sporting events.

Re: Nightlife in BA

by Stremenheere


I{m from London, so obv like to enjoy a good drink too. Im on an intercambio at the moment, but joined an organisation, BAIS (Buenos Aires International Students) who organises activities for international students. I bought a card with them for 50$ which allows me to get into certain clubs on certain days. I would def recommend these clubs on the following days, based on my experience with BAIS. Iv always had a fab time with them. Hope that u like the clubs i recommend

Monday madagascar in plaza serrano, palermo
Tuesday Kika, Palermo
Weds Museum, San telmo
Thurs Lost, Palermo
Friday Kika
Saturday Crobar, Palermo



Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Tip

by cikku

My fondest memory was being involved with the Australian national soccer team for the 1994 World Cup qualifying match against Diego Maradona and Argentina in November 1993 in front of 90,000 screaming fans in the Monumental

Who is El Turco??Do they have special tricks??

by orangetree28

In the 19th cc, many Arabs, Armenians, Kurts, Hebrews, Turks had immigrated to Latin America. El Turco is a name for referring to Ottoman Empire. So A turco may not be Turkish, even may dislike Turks :)
pls remember Marquez
"cronica de una muerte anunciada " main character, santiago nasar is an El Turco...

on the other hand, there is a funny orientalism
that Latins think that Turco women have special tricks in sex,
so they may have a different interest when they learn you are Turkish.

if it is true, then why dont Turkish guys are aware of it???!!



by RafaelTheSecond

This is Florencia, I spent one weeking living in one of the most fancy and wealth neighborhood of Buenos Aires, the Barrio Norte, but right in Paraguay Street corner with Riobamba she lives, in front of a closed store. Come rain or come shine, in the coldests nights and the hottest days, she is there, telling us that Buenos Aires also have very big social problems. At least, everytime I walked by the street, she was reading books, once she was painting. It is a lady with culture, she was left by the family and by everybody, the city really does not care too much about her. Well, at least I tried to make things better, almost everyday me and my friend Steve bought lunch for her, everytime I bought something for me to eat, I bought a little bit more to share with her!

If by chance you come to Buenos Aires, it will not cost much if you give her some attention, some warm food for her to eat, if the authorities does not do anything to give a better life to some people, at least you and I can do something!

It seems that she is going to stay there for a long time!

September 29th, 2005

More random walking

by iangal

Remains of Club Atletico underneath flyover, junction of Avenue San Juan and Avenue Paseo Colon. A grisly reminder of a relatively recent brutal episode in the history of Argentina and not likely to be in many guide books yet. The sports club was where the torture and murder of 'political activists' took place during Argentinas troubled years. This became the final stop of some of the 'Dissapeared'.

An Upscale Mall

by Bwana_Brown about Patio Bullrich

After finishing our tour of the amazing tombs in the Recoleta cemetary, followed by a walk around the streets of this district of Buenos Aires, Sue and I entered the upscale Patio Bullrich shopping mall.

This high-quality mall has brought new life to an old livestock auction house, built in the early 1900s by the Bullrich family. The patron of the family, Don Adolfo J. Bullrich was once a mayor of Buenos Aires (1898-1902) and he went on to be a major player in the Argentine cattle business. The mall retains some relics of that past, with the glass-domed roof, a huge clock and sculptures of animal heads strategically placed around the walls (check out the cow bust in the upper-left of the photo!). In addition to having six modern movie theatres, the mall specializes in top-quality goods of all descriptions, many imported from Europe. Also it has restaurant choices ranging from the fast food court to haute cuisine. With the exchange on the Argentine peso, it is possible to get some good deals here. However, all we wanted was a toilet, an air-conditioned place to sit down for a while and a couple of bottles of water to cool down after our walk.


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