Good, modern machines are centered around an open floor plan connected by catwalks and topped with a glass ceiling at this gym. There’s...
Iglesia Santa Catalina
Santa Catalina was founded in 1745, when it became Buenos Aires’ first convent. In 1806 British troops invaded the city, and in July...
Centro de Estudio Español
Long-running language school in the Center.
Attracting a good share of BA’s tattooed youth, Bahrein is a hugely popular downtown club housed in an old bank (check out the ‘vault’...
It’s not every day that you can take a lunch break at a 19th-century Italian-Renaissance mansion. The onetime home of President General...
Le Bar information
Lonely Planet review
Provocative design, in-demand DJs, splashy art, and killer cocktails – Le Bar is the harbinger of downtown’s nightlife renaissance. The antique four-story building was redone to resemble a fanciful European parlor with tear-drop lamps casting a sexy glow across the jewel-toned interior. Come late to knock back the passion fruit–tinged Pasiónaria cocktail on the rooftop terrace, or cozy up in futuristic dug-out seating on the 2nd floor.