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Tour ID:121438
Arrival: Ezeiza International Airport (EZE)
Dates are flexible
Prices are Family of 4

Seasonal Information

1st Dec - 15th Mar
High Season
16th Mar - 30th Apr
Shoulder Season

Argentina is a land of contrasts that never ceases to amaze. The many natural wonders are breathtaking and marvellously unspoiled. Subtropical rainforests and spectacular waterfalls in Iguazu, the immense Perito Moreno Glacier, the sparkling lakes and rolling green hills of the Lake District, salt flats and cloud forest jungle near Salta, whales basking in the bay at Peninsula Valdes, and of course the miles of gaucho (cowboy) filled Estancia country for which Argentina is so famous. The combination of all this natural beauty, together with one of the most buzzing and cosmopolitan capitals in South America, delightful colonial towns, a luxurious wine region and a population of friendly and welcoming people you really can’t go wrong with a trip to Argentina. It truly has something for everyone.

Example Itinerary

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner

You will be met at Ezeiza Airport by an English-speaking guide who will escort you in your private car to your hotel in the centre of the city.

Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan, dynamic & generous city. It offers a rich cultural, historic and architectural heritage built by generations of Spanish, Italians, Germans, Russians and many other immigrants. The “porteños” are stylish, urban and friendly people who get the most out of their city. Buenos Aires is a blend of Tango, coffee stores, theatres, antiques, arts & crafts markets, museums, gallery nights, and gastronomic delights.

Walking tour Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a dazzling minefield for city lovers. On your first day in the city your private guide will meet you at the meeting point from where you will begin your city explorations around the downtown area that will last approximately 3 hours.

The tour includes bottle of water but does not include the transfers from/to the meeting point. It is recommended you wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking, and for the summer sunscreen and a hat.

Full day Foodie tour Buenos Aires

On Day 2 you will have this private tour with English speaking guide. One of the best ways of getting to know a culture is by trying their food and learning their customs. Argentina is a large and very developed country that produces and exports many different foods including beef, grains, and wine.  Argentina is particularly famous for its wine and its beef. The asado, an elaborate meal of grilled meat, is one of the most important culinary traditions in this country.

Argentina’s cuisine is very influenced by Europe and includes many Spanish-style dishes, Italian pasta and pizzas, and French pastries. The Argentinians add their unique style to these dishes, however, making them their own.

In Buenos Aires, one can find a very sophisticated restaurant culture, with foods from around the world.  In the more rural parts of Argentina, people still eat a more traditional South American diet.

This is a full day experience lasting around 7 hours.

The Argentine Experience – Culinary experience

In the evening you will enjoy The Argentine Experience, designed to give you an introduction to the best of Argentine cuisine and culture. This is not a cooking class, but a fun and unique experience, where you will meet and dine with people from all over the world. A group of guides are on hand to spoil you and take you through every step of this culinary journey.

The tour includes wine during the meal and does not include transfers from/to the restaurant. It lasts approximately 4 hours.

Walking Graffiti Your with workshops

During day 3 you will have this private walking tour with an English speaking guide that lasts 4 hours.

The walking tour takes you through the up-and-coming neighborhood of Colegiales and into the hidden enclaves of Palermo Hollywood. This tour provides fresh insight into the modern movement of Buenos Aires’ street art, with a brief introduction to the country’s fascinating history and the culture of self-expression in the streets.

Stencil workshop – The workshop includes a presentation of the history of the stencil and its background, and a practice where one creates their own work of art guided by artists with more than 10 years of experience.

This tour includes all materials as well as snacks and drinks but does not include transfers from/to the meeting point.

Lunch at Steaks by Luis

This is a closed door asado experience shared with a small group, in an exclusive casona located in the heart of Palermo neighborhood. Transfers from/to the restaurant are not included.

This is not your average steak experiences. While it is no secret that Argentine beef is beloved around the world, visitors to Buenos Aires do not always get the chance to experience an Argentine asado and its many rituals and traditions. You will be able to participate in a typical Argentine asado and feel like you’re at Luis’ home. While sitting around a big family table, you will have the chance to make new friends as well as you have the option to move freely at the restaurant to see the entire process if you desire to know more.

Full Day Treasure Hunt

After having a traditional city tour, at Day 4 you will unlock Buenos Aires’ character in a thrilling family experience. Find the treasure following an exciting route that will lead you to the landmarks while revealing a hidden and surprising city. Mingle with locals and make the most of your family´s diverse skills to pull off the creative tasks.

This tour does not include lunch and it is a full day experience lasting around 7 hours.

Dinner & Tango Show at La Ventana

In the evening you will enjoy a dinner & tango show with shared transfers included from/to your hotel.

Buenos Aires adventures would not be complete without dipping your toe into its beating cultural heart – the Tango.  La Ventana is an excellent option to see one of the most traditional Tango shows that the city offers, located in a restored historic conventillo in the San Telmo neighborhood: the birthplace of tango.

This show merges tango and folklore with 32 artists on stage: two orchestras, four pairs of dancers, two singers, Altiplano music and boleros show.

The experience will be ending late around midnight.

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