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Hello everyone, I will be travelling to Argentina for a holiday in December, could you please suggest some ideas on where and how to celebrate New Years Eve in Buenos Aires. Thanks in advance
 

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Here's the solutions we burnt out veterans came up with last year for NYE.

And the unpublished epilogue: my family ended up discovering that the best place in Argentina to spend Christmas/NYE is... Carmelo, Uruguay. Go figure.


Ed

PS I think Ghost was referring to Villa 31. Wouldn't want you to get lost.
 

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Here's the solutions we burnt out veterans came up with last year for NYE.

And the unpublished epilogue: my family ended up discovering that the best place in Argentina to spend Christmas/NYE is... Carmelo, Uruguay. Go figure.


Ed

PS I think Ghost was referring to Villa 31. Wouldn't want you to get lost.

I find the fireworks quotient is inversely proportional to the villa number, Rooney, and thus 21 would be a good bet. I would recommend 1-11-14, but don't for the love of god step into the '1' part of 1-11-14 on new year's or you'll wake up in the burns hospital where a surgeon will tell you 'feliz ano nuevo'
 

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Indoors, so you don't get hit by firecrackers falling from balconies.
 

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Hello everyone, I will be travelling to Argentina for a holiday in December, could you please suggest some ideas on where and how to celebrate New Years Eve in Buenos Aires. Thanks in advance
No one will be in town
 

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NYE in BA is stressful (firework embers falling on your head) and a little boring, since most people get the heck out of town. If you need to be somewhat close by, go to the beach at Pinamar/Carilo, where you can chow down and dance in the sand without third degree burns!
 

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Maybe Ed is right. I lose track of the Villa numbers there are so many. It sometime hard to separate the fireworks and the 45s being discharged into the air [or you neighbor].
 

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Hiya, good advice so far minus the villa part. I think it all depends what you are looking for. If you are of clubbing age the night clubs are open but usually only get going around 2 am as nYE is a family event first and then an excuse to hit the clubs. We will be doing our lasy minute takers asado (BBQ) on the boat again which was a hit last year. Some hotels also lay on evening entertainment. You definitely will not be without options. But yes it will be loud so if you want a qujeter evening it is a good idea to head out of the city.
 
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