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Palacio Alsina

The biggest club in the city centre.

The city centre's biggest nightclub has been going for decades in the building of old imports company Sangrador, García y Cía. This temple to electronic music has two dancefloors and a capacity of 2,000. Like almost all clubs in Buenos Aires, it opens at midnight and keeps going past dawn. It's one of the most popular clubs in the city with international visitors. The biggest party is on Saturday night.