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Though machos do little to hide their favoured pastimes – meat, football, women and wine, in that order – don’t think BA is one-dimensional. If New York is the zany, witty and instantly-likeable classmate, Buenos Aires is the unkempt, smouldering quiet type that may take a while to fathom, but will lead to an exhilarating love affair. Packed-past-midnight restaurants, non-aggressive bars, architectural delicacies, tango lunacy and a smattering of culture. What’s not to like?

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Complejo Village Recoleta

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Complejo Village Recoleta

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Complejo Village Recoleta near Recoleta Cemetery includes bars, restaurants, games arcade, bookshop and a record store. It’s the perfect place to pass an afternoon exploring and once you’ve toured the cemetery, you can stop in for a bite at one of the many fantastic eateries that fill the area.

A little shopping afterwards and if you’ve got any time left to watch a film, you’re bound to find something that appeals in the 16-screen cinema spread over three floors.

Complejo Village Recoleta
2050 Vicente López, Buenos Aires
Phone
0810 810 2463
Website
www.villagecines.com/village_recoleta/
Hours
Open from 11am daily.