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Buenos Aires undisputedly boasts the best cocktail scene in Latin America, and gives many other international cities a run for their money. In fact, the city’s cocktail scene can be a reason to visit in itself.
From “secret” speakeasies to classy hotels, the city's cocktail bars have gained a reputation for outstanding style, original settings, great atmosphere and creative flair, becoming a major part of the city's draw.
There are hundreds of bars in the city, but listed below is a selection of some of the most talked about. Step back in time at prohibition-themed “secret” speakeasies, relax on starlit terraces, enjoy the latest music, or soak up the atmosphere at popular night spots.
See here for a look at some of Buenos Aires' most original cocktails.