Discover the beauty of the exciting city's nightlife! Get to know the lights of Buenos Aires in a tour through the main city's night arteries, such as the avenues 9 de Julio, Libertador and Corrientes. May Square stands out due to the striking illumination of the Government House, surrounded by the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Historical Cabildo. There begins May Avenue, one of the main historical avenues in the city, plenty of cafés and art noveau, neoclassical and eclectic buildings dating back to the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. Café Tortoni and Los 36 Billares are just some of the historical bars that give life to the street. Puerto Madero is with no doubt one of the nicest areas in the city to enjoy a night walk, not only because it has plenty of restaurants and bars that summon hundreds of people every night, but also because the glass walls of its high buildings on the shores of the river reflect in the water their illuminated facades. Also La Recoleta neighbourhood comes to life at night, with many bars, restaurants, a mall and pedestrian streets. It is one of the busiest areas in the city at night.