Throwing a Bachelorette in Buenos Aires

by Emeri Callahan

Mar 6, 2019

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina © Milosk50 | Dreamstime


Buenos Aires is alive with culture, cocktails and nightlife — the perfect recipe for a fling before the ring. If you’re looking to throw a bachelorette party in Buenos Aires, here are some activities to set your sights on.


Shop in Palermo

The budding Palermo district is the neighborhood of choice for hipster locals and university students. Stay at an AirBnB in the Palermo Hollywood district and use it as a home base to explore the many eateries, cafés and boutiques along the tree-lined streets.


Cooking Class

Book a private cooking class and learn about the rich Argentinian cooking culture while sipping on wines from different regions of the country. Tierra Negra is run by a husband and wife duo in their home in Palermo and the empanada one is world-class.


Tango Classes

It’s considered a faux pas to insert yourself on the dance floor at a tango bar without knowing how to properly dance. Sign up for private lessons with your girls to learn the basic steps before heading out for the night. La Viruta Tango Club offers lessons for beginners that will quickly get you up to speed on how to twirl and tango with confidence.


Family-Style Dinner

A night at Proper will be remembered fondly by the foodies in the group. The trendy dinner restaurant is housed inside a former mechanic shop and debuted on Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list last year. The menu is made for sharing small plates, perfect for large groups. They don’t take reservations, so be sure to show up at least 15 minutes before they open the doors to snag a spot.




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