By far, Buenos Aires is the biggest party city in the country and there is no club more vocal about it than Million. The club is featured in the middle of a converted mansion and incorporates multiple sweeping staircases lit by candles. The club tends to attract lots of tourists as well as many locals and serves both drinks and food.
Meanwhile, Ushuaia has The Galway, proclaimed to be the world’s southernmost Irish bar. The bar is fairly cheap and attracts all sorts of visitors. Perfect if you’re looking to relax in your evening and enjoy nice views of the Beagle Channel which connects South America to the cold shores and reaches of Antarctica.
If you’re looking for a little more rock n’ roll in your life then maybe consider the Hard Lomo Rock, Mendoza’s Hard Rock Café. On Thursday nights there is an open microphone session and instruments allowing anyone to step up and play as they wish, best of all there’s no dress code and on weekends live shows are frequent!
Back in Puerto Iguazu, the Cuba Libre Bar fuels the fire as blitzing footsteps blaze across the dancefloor to the beat of Latin American music. If you’re someone looking to keep on your toes and blast out a lot of energy as you synchronize to the music and rapidly pick up the pace then the Cuba Libre Bar is for you!
The Borges y Alvarez is El Calafate’s premier chill-bar. It incorporates a nice restaurant and a bookshop in one, allowing you to read a bit of literature while you taste a bit of wine and sink into the nightlife atmosphere surrounded by good friends.