Buenos Aires City Tours
Buenos Aires City Tours
Don't miss out on the sights and experiences of this vibrant city from the famous Boca football stadium and colourful houses to the evocative Recoleta Cemetery and the tomb of Argentina's heroine, Eva Peron. We offer a selection of walking tours focusing on various parts of the city lasting up to 4 hours. This is also the home of Tango so an authentic tango & dinner show is a must.
There are two airports in Buenos Aries – international and domestic, so in some cases you may have to cross the city to connect, however its always recommended to stay overnight and enjoy this wonderful city.
Just one of our many suggested tour options
- Arrival Airport: EZEIZA AIRPORT (EZE)
- Transfer Time: Forty five minute drive in a private vehicle with bilingual guide
- Meals Included: Yes*
- Available Tours: Highlights of Buenos Aires, Estancia La Bamba de Areco.
Day 1 – Arrive in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires The sprawling metropolis that glitters in the afternoon rays reflected from the River Plate is home to over one-third of the country’s population and an even greater portion of its economic output. Founded in 1580, Buenos Aires is today the largest city in South America. Also known as the city that never sleeps, as its many and varied around-the clock attractions never fail to surprise and impress first-time visitors and are a source of recurring pleasure for those returning to the city.
Day 1 – Arrive in Buenos Aires (cont.)
It is also a place where contradictions abound, where tradition thrives alongside innovation, testimony to the ease with which the versatile porteños (port dwellers) absorb and adapt new trends and other cultures to their time-honoured customs.
- Meet & greet on arrival to Buenos Aires International airport (EZE). Forty five minute drive in a private vehicle with bilingual guide. Assistance with hotel check in. Re-confirmation of onward flight.
- Ezeiza Airport (EZE) - Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini de Ezeiza Located in the town of Ezeiza 35 kilometers (22 miles) southwest of downtown Buenos Aires. The airport operates from two terminals.
- Hotel In Buenos Aires x 3 nights
- Meals included: None
Day 2 – Buenos Aires -Half Day Tour
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel & meet your guide at the hotel lobby for a half day tour of the city.
A fascinating 4-hour tour of the elegant turn-of-the-century districts that earned Buenos Aires the soubriquet of the Paris of South America. From the charming cobbled alleys and colonial architecture of San Telmo to the Colorful Boca district, along to the Plaza de Mayo, dominated by the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Nación Bank, the Cathedral and original Parliament House, up the leafy Avenida de Mayo towards the imposing grandeur of the Palace of Congress and then on to finish at the historically fascinating Recoleta Cemetery, you will discover the facts, stories and anecdotes that make up the colorful tapestry of the history of Buenos Aires.
Day 2 (cont.) - Afternoon at leisure
Transfer back to the hotel and enjoy an afternoon at leisure. Why not enjoy a 'Dinner & Tango show' at Café de los Angelitos or similar
Here you can experience a typically Argentine first-class meal, be it the traditional steak, chicken or Patagonian lamb with a mouth-watering array of salads as well as any of a number of excellent pasta dishes before settling down for a tango show which includes some of the best-loved songs, music and dances performed by skilled musicians and dancers.
- Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Day 3 - Buenos Aires - Optional Tour
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel & then a full day at leisure to enjoy the city at your own pace or take an optional tour. A suggested tour we can highly recommend is a " Full Day Estancia La Bamba de Areco" tour; This is one of the oldest Argentine estancias (ranches). Its main building with a guard tower, stables and 200 year old park are part of the history and birthplace of the Gaucho or argentine cowboy. La Bamba de Areco is a 1,5 hour drive out of downtown Buenos Aires, in the outskirts (13 km away) of the historical town of San Antonio de Areco, the birthplace of the gaucho.
- Meals included: Breakfast
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