The Best of Buenos Aires
Despite its infamous history of financial flux, or perhaps because of it, the elegant old avenues of Buenos Aires are constantly overflowing with art, passion, fashion and, well, meat. The city has a seductive aura, full of old-world charm juxtaposed against playful modern flair. From the timeworn bookstores of Corrientes and the world-famous Teatro Colón to the sleek new restaurants lining the waterfront in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires has something for everyone. Don’t be afraid to jump in and discover this multifaceted city for yourself, and remember to sample the delicious steak, wine and dulce de leche along the way.
4 Days / 3 Nights
Hotel Hub Porteño
When to go
This trip is recommended any time of year.
Spend the afternoon getting to know the southern part of Buenos Aires. After the tour on land you will then take a private boat to Río Plata where you’ll get an unbeatable, oceanside view of the city. You’ll end the day with a wine tasting at Lo de Joaquin Alberdi.
We didn’t forget about the northern half of the city! Tour northern Buenos Aires via bike going through parks and using bike lanes. At night, enjoy a tango show at The Gala.
Spend the day at Estancia Bambo de Areco, where you’ll enjoy a lunch from the parrilla (grill) and your host and chefs will cook right in front of you. La Bamba offers excursions on horseback, by carriage, or mountain bike, hot stone massages, a large swimming pool and numerous relaxation areas.
After you check out of your hotel, your guide will transfer you back to the Buenos Aires airport for your afternoon or evening flight.
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