New Year in BA


Valentín Gutiérrez

New Year’s is just around the bend, and we have put together some key information to make the best of the festivities.

Climate wise, Saturday the 31st is expected to be very hot, so make sure to keep well hydrated during the day, and to find some shady cool options while the sun is out. Subways and trains will work normally throughout the day until 10pm. Keep in mind that from this time onwards it is very difficult to find means of transportation, so plan in advance, and make sure to get a SUBE card before the New Year’s weekend if you’re planning on using the public transport.

Some recommended parties in the Palermo area include Piso Compartido in Niceto Club after 1 A.M. (get your tickets in advance here), Verne Cocktail Club New Year’s (with previous booking) and Isabel’s New Year Party (for which you also need to book in advance). Otherwise, make your reservation for an amazing UCO New Year meal which includes our specially curated cold cuts, prawn salad, dear meat rice, lamb, and a delicious passion fruit and chocolate dessert, as well as petit fours, all paired with amazing Argentine wines.

On Sunday the 1st, the forecast anticipates rainy weather and storms. Keep in mind that almost everything will be closed and that transport will continue to be an issue, so be prepared.

Some ideas for the 1st of January:

Cinemark Palermo will be screening films from 6pm onwards. Find the full program here.

Go out for a stroll around the neighborhood and take pictures of the first day of the year in Buenos Aires!

Head to Chinatown in the Belgrano neighborhood where you will find curious knick knacks and open restaurants. Juramento and Arribeños, Belgrano. 

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