Buenos Aires offers the widest tourist alternatives of singular beauty and accessibility. It is undoubtedly the Latin American city that best resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of the big European capitals. Full Day tours and half day tours are available for visiting museums, neighborhoods and estancias, amongst others.
The registration fee for accompanying persons includes the welcome cocktail and Buenos Aires City Tour.
Also, we suggest more excursions for doing reservations and enjoy your free time in Buenos Aires.
BUENOS AIRES CITY TOUR (3 Hours)
A unique experience that will enable you to know the history, appreciate the architecture and culture of the city of Buenos Aires and understand the continuous changes of this city full of contrasts from its beginnings to the present. Buenos Aires is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Latin America because of its similarity with the major European capitals. It is this diversity of styles which makes Buenos Aires a unique and irresistible city. The tour highlights the key points of the city in reference to its history, development and process of immigration, culture (football and tango) architecture and the salient features of Argentina society.
ART IN BUENOS AIRES (3 Hours)
The rich cultural heritage in Buenos Aires is constantly growing. Nowadays, the city acts as a platform for promoting the art of our region. This tour introduces you to a selection of the city’s best art collections. We will go to the new and magnificent Latin American Modern and Contemporary Art Museum – known commonly as Malba – displaying some stunning moments of pan-Latin American culture, The Fine Arts National Museum with its Argentine and European Collection.
SAN ANTONIO DE ARECO (8 Hours)
Go to the old land of the gauchos in the ancient frontier with the indigenous tribes: the area of San Antonio de Areco, a tiny colonial town that has majestic buildings from the early 20th century, when Argentina’s economy was booming. We visit some of the well-known artisans (leather, silver, textiles) of Areco, who show us round their workshops and how they make their crafts. Another option is a visit to the Gaucho museum which holds an interesting collection on the Pampas’ history. Then we have a traditional asado (Argentine BBQ) lunch at one of the exclusive estancias of the area, where we spend the rest of the day walking in the beautiful gardens, riding horses, participating in rural activities or bird-watching.
TIGRE, DELTA & SAN ISIDRO (7 Hours)
In North Buenos Aires there are two places that provide us with both enjoyment and peace. Ancient quintas (country estates) and modern residences co-exist together in San Isidro – one of the oldest towns around Buenos Aires – and Tigre, the gateway to the mysterious Parana’s Delta. Our tour includes these two fascinating villages and includes a boat trip through their lush rivers. We visit the Quinta Pueyrredón, one of the best examples of 19th century estates still standing, and the popular market “Puerto de Frutos”.
PAPAL TOUR (4 Hours)
The first point is the Church of San José de Flores, a place that he and his family visited regularly and where the Pope heard the first call of God. Near its first church, you can find the house where he lived, or the small Herminia Brumana Square where he grew up wearing the shirt of his beloved San Lorenzo de Almagro. A few blocks away is the public school Cerviño where he did primary studies and the Private Institute of Our Lady of Mercy where the Pope took his first communion. Finally we visit the San Carlos Borromeo Church of the Salesian congregation in which the Pope was baptized.
WRITERS OF ARGENTINA (4 Hours)
Visit the places where the novels and stories by famous writers such as Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar, BioyCasares and Ernesto Sabato took place. Visit the places that inspired them, their homes and coffee shops where they used to meet along with other bohemians personalities as Federico García Lorca, Lola Mora, Victoria Ocampo and Quinquela, among others.
Pre and Post Congress Tours
A place to enjoy all four seasons and every type of scenery imaginable. Each and every region in this country can offer something different, as Argentina contains most of the physical conditions known to man: heat, cold, forest, desert, mountains, endless plains and big cities. Yet, the most remarkable feature in this wide variety of areas is its unspoiled nature, making the country a very attractive tourist destination.
Situated in the Iguazú National Park, which covers some 65,000 hectares, the Iguazu Falls are, without a doubt, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Two hundred and seventy five individual cascades plunge over 90m into the river below. The falls stretch over 3km and across 3 countries. Their formation in a semi circle creates a natural amphitheatre in which a truly amazing and ceaseless spectacle is played out before one´s eyes. The falls are surrounded by tropical jungle, which is home to more than 2000 species of plant, 400 species of bird, monkeys, tapirs, and alligators amongst other animals.
Salta “The Beautiful”. This city has the best preserved colonial architecture. Some of its attractions:”TrainTo The Clouds” is a 219 Km long railway that crosses the giant iron viaduct La Polvorilla, which is 4,182 m above sea level. It also crosses the Valle de Lerma and goes through the Quebradadel Toro, getting as high as the Puna.
Located to the center-west of Argentina and situated at the foothills of the Andes Mountains; Mendoza is famous for its pleasant climate, clean environment and scenic vineyards. Aconcagua, the highest peak in the American continent, is 180 km from the centre of Mendoza and it´s one of the favorite challenges for mountaineers from all over the world.
In the heart of the NahuelHuapi National Park in the Province of Río Negro, is located San Carlos de Bariloche, one of the most beautiful cities of Argentina.A city with the traditional alpine villages style, wooden houses, roofs with strong slopes, that is situated in front of the NahuelHuapi lake. Bariloche is arguably the most famous ski resort area in the Southern Hemisphere. It’s located on the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains at 2,500 feet above sea level. Surrounding mountains reach 8,000 feet.The city, completely constructed following the coast of the lake and in the middle of cypresses and lengas, has between its outstanding points the Civic Center, a stone construction and the majestic hotel LlaoLlao, the most attractive of the country.
USHUAIA & CALAFATE
Ushuaia, the capital of Tierra del Fuego Province and the southernmost city in the world. Some of the most popular tourist attractions are: the Beagle Channel and its surrounding area, Tierra del Fuego National Park, with its natural harbor called Lapataia, and the “train to the uttermost part of the earth”, which calls at the prison now turned into a museum.
El Calafate is a really small village in Santa Cruz Province in the very south of Argentina. In the Patagonia, with the Cordilleras of the Andes as a back drop, it is close to the Lago Argentino and the National Glacier Park which features the Perito Moreno Glacier.
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