Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays
Escape the din of Plaza Italia inside this lush botanical garden, designed by renowned landscape architect Carlos Thays and opened in...
Everybody who’s anybody in Argentina has their own museum, and Eva Perón (1919–52) is no exception. Museo Evita immortalizes the...
Up the stairs in an old mansion lies this dimly lit jazz bar, with high brick ceilings and a good sound system. Come early to snag a...
Museo Evita Restaurante
This restaurant's charming tiled courtyard may be the city’s prettiest spot for an alfresco lunch, and the cuisine is thoroughly...
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Lonely Planet review
Also known as ‘Lost’, this intimate club’s finest hour is on Thursday, when hip-hop rules the roost and the regulars start break dancing around 2am (reggaeton comes on later in the evening). National and international DJs liven up the weekends. There’s no dress code – a good thing, since it tends to get hot and sweaty in here.