With the combination of European grandeur and Latin passion, there’s no better place to start your South American adventure.
Home of Evita, Boca Juniors, and San Telmo Market, this metropolis has a lot to offer. As the world capital of tango and realm of the best steaks on the planet, you’ll easily be won over by this dynamic city. Strolling through the streets you’ll find French- and Italian-style architecture and local barrios painted with murals by artists involved in the city’s vibrant street-art scene. If you’re feeling peckish, you’ll find parrillas (steakhouses) on every corner offering up their best cut of the day. The city’s cultural offerings can keep you entertained for hours, but be sure to check out what Buenos Aires is most famous for with these Buenos Aires tours.
Buenos Aires is the cradle of this dance. If you are in this city, don’t miss the chance of attending a tango show, where Argentine dancers will demonstrate the sensuality, but also dexterity, of this dance. For those looking for a more local option, there are many milongas where you can go and have a drink while watching the locals dance (and join in if you know how to do so). If you want a more active role, consider taking a lesson. But we warn you: you may fall in love with this dance. Contact us for more info on tango shows Buenos Aires.
Graffiti tours in Buenos Aires aim to reveal the extraordinary history of the city’s vibrant urban art culture. From its fiery political origins to the modern context in which Buenos Aires has become one of the world’s most exciting cities for street art, you’ll get an in-depth view into what makes this fascinating place explode with culture and creativity. For info on graffiti tours Buenos Aires, get in touch.
Enjoy a one or a multi-day stay at one of the many estancias in the Buenos Aires province. Most of the estancias opened for visitors are next to the town of San Antonio de Areco, and they offer exquisite cuisine, shows of gaucho traditions, and excursions on horseback, by carriage or mountain bikes. Some feature swimming pools and relaxation areas and some have polo fields. Contact us for Buenos Aires estancias that suit your budget and preferences.
Colonia de Sacramento, in Uruguay, is one of the most colonial cities in Latin America. This picturesque city (and UNESCO World Heritage Site) is located just 50 km away from Buenos Aires on the shores of the Río de la Plata. Ferries cross from Buenos Aires back and forth several times a day, which makes a day visit very feasible. To find out more about Colonia tours from Buenos Aires, get in touch.
From San Telmo and La Boca to Puerto Madero and Recoleta, Buenos Aires shines with its European-like architecture, rich history, and his lively atmosphere 24/7. Choose a Buenos Aires city tour if you want to have a good overview of what this place has to offer.
Food is a very important part of travelling. If you are interested in not only trying the local flavours but also in learning how to prepare some authentic South American and Argentine dishes, a cooking class is for you. The good news is that you get to eat whatever you prepare, paired with a special selected Argentine wine. To hear what our favourite Buenos Aires cooking classes are, get in touch.
Explore the highlights of the city in a more active way. With small groups (never more than 12), these Buenos Aires bike tours are purposely designed to follow adventurous, yet safe routes with many city bike lanes along the way.
If you are looking for a getaway from the rush of the city, Tigre is a great option. Within an hour train ride, you will have the chance to see a more relaxed atmosphere in a more natural environment. With a Tigre tour, take a cruise on the canals of the delta of Río de la Plata – one of the largest in the world.
This exclusive tour, designed and operated by Wayfnders, offers an in-depth visit to the Uruguay corvette, one of the only three ships of the so called Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. During this tour you will not only learn about the ship, but also about the extraordinary history of Antarctica, in which Argentina has always been a major gateway.
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