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Ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires

Gaucho tour Santa Susana ranch in the Pampas

Estancia Santa Susana Ranch

Ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires

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Located in the pampas of the Buenos Aires province, on the outskirts of the capital, the ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires is one of the most popular destinations in the region to experience a taste of traditional gaucho culture.

Founded at the turn of the last century by an Argentine citizen of Irish descent, the ranch encompasses 2,965 acres (1,200 hectares) of land, originally used for agricultural activities, including cattle ranching.

Ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires
Ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires

Visitors to Estancia Santa Susana Ranch are greeted with two Argentine specialties, hot empanadas and wine. After a tour of the grounds by carriage or horseback, including a stop at the Spanish colonial house that now contains a museum, guests enjoy a parrillada, an Argentine-style barbecue that remains a popular weekend tradition even among modern porteños. Tango dancers and folk singers entertain during the meat-focused lunch.

In the afternoon, visitors to the ranch sit and watch as a group of gauchos display their impressive skills on horseback.

History

The homage to his wife, Susana Caffrey, was paid by Francisco Kelly, descendant of Irish, by giving the name Santa Susana to these lands at the end of the last century.

The ranch is located in the Campana district, near the town of Los Cardales, in the province of Buenos Aires

Ranch tour in the Pampas from Buenos Aires. Estancia Santa Susana Ranch
Estancia Santa Susana Ranch

For about three decades we have received visitors from all over the world and we use our 1,200 hectares of land mainly for agricultural purposes.

The tourist, both of national and foreign origin, will be able to enjoy within our borders any day of the week except Mondays.

Welcome

At Estancia Santa Susana Ranch, there is a certain way of welcoming visitors: with hot empanadas and wine, both Argentine staples. Once you’ve had the opportunity to tour the area in a horse-drawn carriage or on horseback, you are invited to enjoy a typically Argentine lunch: a barbecue, where meat is the main attraction and the tradition of the weekend is still in effect.

Estancia Santa Susana Ranch
Estancia Santa Susana Ranch

In fact, it’s so beloved that it’s also popular with some of the more contemporary porteños. While guests enjoy their food, they will also be able to enjoy some performances, with tango dancers and folk singers providing entertainment. The property’s old colonial house also houses a museum, and is definitely worth a visit as well.

Services

  • SECURITY
  • GENERATOR EQUIPMENT
  • LARGE PARKING
  • CAPACITY FOR 750 PEOPLE
  • 78 KM FROM BUENOS AIRES BY HIGHWAY.
  • PRIVATE TRANSFER SERVICE
Estancia Santa Susana Ranch
Estancia Santa Susana Ranch

Gaucho Party

  • DURATION: FULL DAY FROM 11 AM TO 5 PM.
  • PICK UP AT THE HOTEL FROM 09:00, IT IS A TIME SLOT, NOT A FIXED TIME. IF YOU STAY IN PALERMO THE MEETING POINT IS THE DAZZLER RECOLETA HOTEL.
  • RECEPTION OF EMPANADAS AND WINE AT THE PULPERÍA
  • GUIDED VISIT TO THE MUSEUM AND CHAPEL
  • HORSEBACK RIDING AND CARRIAGE
  • TYPICAL LUNCH

TANGO AND FOLKLORE SHOW WITH MALAMBO OF BOLEADORAS AND GAUCHO SKILLS:
-RACE OF THE RINGS
-INTERLUDE OF HERDS
-100 METER RACE

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The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires

The best tango show in Buenos Aires

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The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner and transfer. Buenos Aires is the tango mecca and Argentina is known for its excellent meats and exquisite wines. The proposal consists of spending an evening in a cozy atmosphere in San Telmo to enjoy a wonderful dinner and witness a show of the highest level, with professional tango dancers. The traditional dinner consists of a three-course menu with appetizer, Argentine beef and wine included and dessert. The show lasts one hour.

The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner. La Ventana
The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner. La Ventana

History of tango

Tango is a dance full of sensuality that was born in the 1800s in the most marginal areas of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. These communities were populated by a great diversity of people, among these were Argentines of African, indigenous and Caribbean origin. On the other hand there were many European immigrants who began to arrive in great waves towards the end of the century.

The graceful and passionate tango movements reveal the diverse cultural backgrounds of these early tango dancers. The solemn melodies of this music open a window to the listener into the life of the first immigrants from Argentina. Eventually the tango spread to the wealthier parts of Buenos Aires.

In the early 20th century, this style of dance gained popularity in Europe and the US as it continued to develop. The popularity of Argentine tango skyrocketed during the country’s prosperous “golden age” (1930-1955), which also saw the rise of new styles of tango.

The cultural movement, stage, and collective of musicians, poets, and dancers who invented tango are collectively known as the Old Guard. Although the origins of tango predate the Old Guard, it is there that this movement adopts the name that identifies it and acquires its own musical originality and choreography.

During this period the bandoneon was adopted as a typical tango instrument, with the first outstanding instrumentalists such as Juan Maglio (Pancho) and Eduardo Arolas.

El mejor show de tango en Buenos Aires
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Gala Tango

If you want to see a distinctive Tango performance in an elegant and opulent setting, Gala Tango is the best choice. French-inspired interior design and architecture, along with a sophisticated wine and food menu, create the perfect setting for a fantastic dinner tango show. You will experience a true tango show that you will not soon forget thanks to the 19 artists on stage, live music and impressive dancers in this elegant hall. Gala Tango will give you a free tango lesson or a wine tasting before dinner if you book the dinner show.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Gala tango
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Gala tango

Michelangelo Tango Show

Located in the heart of San Telmo, an emblematic place with an architectural style, Michelangelo is a unique product, full of history, since the establishment dates back to 1850, and preserves its traditional spirit since it was a general store of the old Customs, with which you can feel the mystique of San Telmo. With its spirit and cultural history.

This place will transport you to the origins of Argentine tango where you can enjoy a dinner show or a folkloric club. Michelagelo also offers transportation from your hotel to the property.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Michelangelo
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Michelangelo

Aljibe Tango

In an old renovated tenement that is a traditional structure of the Buenos Aires culture, Aljibe Tango is located in the center of the San Telmo neighborhood. It has a Gaucho Show, two orchestras, dancers and singers. For those who prefer to see a tango show beforehand, it is a fantastic option. Dinner is served starting at 7:15 p.m. m. The show begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 9:15 p.m.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Aljibe Tango
The best tango show in Buenos Aires. Aljibe Tango

La ventana Tango

If you are in Buenos Aires, La Ventana is an excellent option to see one of the best and most traditional Tango shows that the city has to offer. You are going to visit a historic tenement house that has been restored and is located in the San Telmo neighborhood: the quintessential cradle of tango.

It is the best option if you want to enjoy excellent gastronomy and an Argentine winery, as well as contemplate an unforgettable tango and folklore show made up of 32 artists on stage: two orchestras, four pairs of dancers, two singers, music from the altiplano and a Show of bolas. La Ventana gives you the opportunity to request a tango class or a wine tasting so that the night is perfect and unique.

The best tango show in Buenos Aires
The best tango show in Buenos Aires

The best Tango Show in Buenos Aires with dinner

Here you can buy your tickets to the best tango show in Buenos Aires!

Prices with dinner starting at U$D90.- Show only U$D70.-

With dinner and transportation from U$D130

Dinner 7:00 or 8:00 p.m.

Show 8:00 or 10:00 p.m.

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Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Tango evening in Buenos Aires

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires at the Tango Club: the Milonga

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Have you ever wanted to take your first tango class in the mecca of tango, the city of Buenos Aires? The tango evening in Buenos Aires invites you not only to take a class, but we can also combine it with an Argentine wine tasting with snacks for each wine in a beautiful San Telmo winery. Then we will go to a milonga, a traditional tango club to take a tango lesson and listen to the music and musicians. On certain days, the typical tango orchestra plays live.

The Passion for Tango

Whether you want to learn to tango or just sit back and enjoy Tango Evening in Buenos Aires. There are also places where the traditional tango orchestra plays live and people dance.

The options for this tour are two: To visit the old Bar Los Laureles, founded in 1893 as a Pulpería (bar and warehouse of general items until the beginning of the twentieth century), in the neighborhood of Barracas, where in the vicinity of the bar lived tango musicians who become then famous, therefore it is a place with Tango history. The other option is the Milongas with Tango orchestra that play live for people to dance.

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires
Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

A bit of history about the city of tango

Born in the Río de la Plata in the 19th century, tango is a musical style that results from the fusion between African culture and the local cultures of the gauchos and native peoples, as well as the contribution of mainly European immigrants, Spaniards and Italian and Middle Eastern.

The elegant and passionate movements of tango show the blend of exotic cultures of these early tango dancers. The majestic melody of the music offers listeners a glimpse into the life of early Argentine immigrants. The tango then spread to the wealthier neighborhoods of Buenos Aires.

This type of dance continued to grow and develop, causing a sensation throughout Europe and America in the early 20th century. Argentina’s Golden Age (1930-1950) was a time of prosperity for the country and saw an explosion in popularity and new styles of Argentine tango.

In the 1980s, tango became popular thanks to the international recognition of several Hollywood movies. Today tango schools have been opened all over the world, and in 2009 UNESCO inscribed it on the List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

Tango Evening in Buenos Aires
Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Wine tasting in Buenos Aires

Argentina is the largest wine producer in Latin America and the sixth largest producer in the world. Traditionally the wine is grown in the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja, and Catamarca. Salta has high altitude vineyards around 1800 meters above sea level. More recently, production began in Patagonia. Some famous varieties are Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Torrontés.

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Tango Evening in Buenos Aires

Bar Los Laureles: Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

Live Orchestra Milongas: Wednesday.

Price: U$D195 + 55 (tasting) + tickets.

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Argentine Grill Party in the Pampas

Argentine Grill Party in the Pampas

Traditional Argentine barbecue in the Pampas

Notice: This tour can be arranged any day. Horseback Riding Tour with grill party can also be arranged.

Join an Argentine family’s for argentine Grill Party in the Pampas countryside for lunch. Wine tasting from the three Argentine main wine producing regions. Enjoy the traditional empanadas (pastries) and the famous asado (barbecue).

Argentine Grill Party in the Pampas
Pampas Barbecue. Argentine Grill Party in the Pampas

We’ll take a walk in the property for bird watching.

Chimango Caracara Pampas
Chimango Caracara Pampas

Argentine traditions in the Pampas

Introduction to the gaucho clothes and accessories and horse traditional equipment. Horse riding. Gaucho skills. Also, take part in a “maté” round, our favourite drink at tea time. Traditional pastries.

Pampas horses
Pampas horses
Pampas Gaucho traditions.
Pampas Gaucho traditions.
Samborombón in Pampas
Samborombón in Pampas
Pampas horses
Pampas horses

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Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The typical dishes of the Argentinean cuisine

Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires. Because of the massive immigration, there is the debate if there really is a traditional cuisine in Argentina. It is said that “traditional food is eaten in the streets and consumed frequently by the poor.” The traditional or typical food of a country is the one that is eaten regularly, no matter if it is at home or in expensive restaurants. It is also the one sold in street stalls, bought by the working class at midday for being cheap and accessible. During this tasting tour in Buenos Aires, we will try the traditional dishes of the Argentinean cuisine.

The Argentinean cuisine is made up of a combination of European, Hispanic American (criollo) and native flavours. The Argentinian gastronomy in general is strongly carnivorous thanks to its famous meats of excellent quality. The typical dishes differ from north to south. In Buenos Aires, for example, the Spanish and Italian influence in their kitchen is deeply rooted thanks to the great immigrations. But there are some that are popular throughout the country.

In this tasting we will have a lunch consisting of a starter and a main course, a dessert and later a snack.

Lunch

Starter

Empanadas

Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires
Argentinian empanadas. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

One of the most characteristic foods in Argentina is the empanada. In this South American country, empanadas are prepared in a variety of flavors and for all tastes. During the tour we will talk a little about the history of empanadas and Argentinian Empanadas.

Main Course

Argentinian Traditional Grill

Grilling or meat is also known as asado. “Asado” means grilled ribs, and “parrillada” stand for the following items:

Asado

Asado strip. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The roasted strip is the rib of the animal that is cut crosswise in “strips”, so the cut includes pieces of bone.

Chorizo

Argentine Chorizos. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The “Chorizo criollo”, is done uncured, is of soft texture but you can not eat it raw. It is eaten after being cooked on the grill, and you can also eat in sandwich called popularly Choripán.

Morcilla

Morcilla or Black Pudding. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The black pudding is a sausage based on coagulated and boiled blood, usually pork, in dark mahogany color. It is usually mixed with pork fat.

Entrañas

Entrañas

The “entraña” or entrails, a muscle that forms part of the diaphragm of the animal, is attached to the ribs on the inside of the rib. It comes coated with a membrane called “skin”.

Molleja

Molleja or thymus gland. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

For Argentines, the thymus gland is more than just a viscera. It is the ciollo version of a delicatessen, the Pampa response to the delicate French foie gras. The molleja is typical of a good roast and is the one consisting in the thymus gland of a bovine.

Chinchulín

Chinchulines or small bowel. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

Also considered delicatessen. It is the form used to refer to the small bowel of cattle. It’s already clean from the butcher shop. It is found in the first part of the digestive system. Inside it contains the chyle, which is responsible for digestion and is made up of fats, which gives it its special flavor.

Beverages

Wine tasting from the three main wine producing regions available to wine enthusiasts.

Dessert

Bread Pudding

Budín de pan or Bread Pudding. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The bread pudding, one of the most traditional desserts of Argentinian gastronomy, had its origin in the economic needs that struck our country at the beginning of the twentieth century, when the most humble families decided to elaborate a sweet dish with leftovers from the previous day, for which they were inspired by the traditional English puddings.

Coffee

Espresso coffee. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

The custom of drinking coffee was adopted thanks to the great Italian immigration. Coffee as a common and cultural beverage emerged in Europe in the eighteenth century and from there it began to expand to the rest of the world, even though in countries in the Middle East they had the habit of drinking coffee much earlier.

Artisan Ice Cream

Argentinean Artisan Ice Cream. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

In artisan ice cream the mixture based on water, sugar, herbs and spices becomes ice cream, brought by the Arabs to Sicily, the history of ice cream crosses all our culture, Mediterranean and classical. It was the Romans, who in fact acquired the techniques of conservation and food processing.

Tea time

At this time of day we will try the Argentinian maté and Alfajores.

The Maté

The maté herb. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

Yerba Mate (its scientific name is Ilex Paraguariensis) is a tree native to the Paranaense jungle. In the wild, it reaches a height of between 12 and 16 meters and there are mate herb plantations of up to 100 years in some Jesuit missions. To facilitate harvesting, plants are pruned up to 2 times a year at a height of 2 meters on average. The origin of the mate herb goes back to the Guarani natives, they used their leaves as a drink, cult object and currency exchange with other peoples.

Native drinking maté herb. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

During the long voyages through the jungle, the conquistadors noticed that the Guaranis had more resistance after taking this sacred drink. The conquistadors learned from the Guarani the use and virtues of maté herb, and made their consumption spread, from their area of origin to the entire Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata.

Jesuit drinking maté herb. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

Later the Jesuits introduced the crop in the missions. They were the great ones responsible for the maté herb to be known in the civilized world.

The maté in Argentina, is drunk in different types of containers. The most used is the “Porongo” or pumpkin maté, fruit of a plant (Lagenaria vulgaris). The word “maté” derives from the Quechua”Mati”, which means pumpkin.

The Lagenaria vulgaris is the family of Pumpkins native to the maté herb production area, besides drinking maté, the Guarani used them to transport water during their long walks through the jungle and also to store grains.

With the large European, German, Polish, Ukrainian and Scandinavian immigrations, these people engaged in the production of maté herb. These companies currently bill millions of dollars.

Christian Syrian and Lebanese immigrants in Argentina extended the habit of taking maté to their countries of origin.

Alfajor

Argentine Alfajor. Gourmet Tasting Tour in Buenos Aires

Most of the alfajor varieties in Latin America come from Spain, where there are antecedents from at least the eighteenth century. This variety is made up of two or more biscuits joined by a sweet filling and generally dipped in chocolate, icing or powdered sugar. The filling is usually milk caramel or honey, but there are also alfajores with fruit, chocolate mousse filling.

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Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

Native animals and birds of the Pampas

Argentine Nature and Culture Tours. Excursion to a farm that has a zoo in the Pampas with private guide. The experience begins with a traditional lunch prepared by an Argentinean family, consisting of grilled meat, a variety of salads. As an option you can request a wine tasting from the main producing regions.

Traditional lunch in the Pampas. Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

This zoological park in the Pampas has native animals and birds of Argentina, but especially of the region of Buenos Aires. In the outdoor park we can also observe the native birds.

Pampas wildlife. Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

For example we can watch the characteristic bird of the Pampas, the Rhea.

Ñandu or Rhea from Pampas. Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

And perhaps the delicate flamingos surprise us with a dance.

Flamingos in Buenos Aires. Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

Or perhaps the llama will greet us with a blatant spit.

Llama in Buenos Aires. Argentine Nature and Culture Tours

It will be possible to organise an optional horseback riding tour and approximation to the gaucho culture. We will serve the traditional mate, the national drink, accompanied by the traditional Argentinian confectionery called “Alfajor”.

Horseback riding with gauchos in the Pampas

Upon returning, before heading to the minivan terminal that will take you back to the capital city of Buenos Aires, the tour continues with a walk in the city center of Adrogué, a typical city on the southern outskirts of Greater Buenos Aires.

Tour in Adrogué city

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Buenos Aires City Tour in English

Buenos Aires City Tour

Program of the city tour of Buenos Aires in English language

Book this original Buenos Aires city tour at ArG Tour! We provide an exclusive and preferential service when you book a private tour, but you may also book a group tour. We travel by tourist bus or taxi (according to local legislation only 4 passengers are allowed per taxi, thus 3 travellers + guide). Groups of 5 or more passengers must rent a minivan or bus. The tour can be done in one day or subdivided because you can’t see everything in one day.

Important notice

The private driver tour is booked and confirmed through payment, which must be preferably settled at least two weeks in advance.

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Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires City Tour

The segments of the walking tour of the city of Buenos Aires include:

  • 10:00 Meeting with the private guide for the walking city tour of Buenos Aires. During the tour I will narrate everything about Argentine history, Argentine culture and daily life. The first stop is the Plaza de Mayo in the historic center. Old Spanish City Hall (Cabildo), Galería Güemes (The litle prince), the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Banco de la Nación, the Pink House, the May Pyramid, the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, the Jesuits, the Church of San Ignacio, the oldest shops: De Ávila Bookstore, La Estrella pharmacy, decorated with walnut boiserie, Carrara marble and Murano glass.
  • At 11:00 the changing of the guard in the Metropolitan Cathedral takes place, this is where General José de San Martín, the national hero of Argentina, Chile and Peru has his grave, he is known as the Liberator of Argentina, Chile and Peru. Roverano Gallery. Old Italian coffee shop Fernet Branca. We get to the first metro line in Latin America (from 1913) to travel a station and visit the Café Tortoni, one of the most elegant in Buenos Aires.
  • We leave for La Boca. Walking tour through La Boca. El Caminito street, where the dance of tango was born. The immigrants. Boca Juniors Stadium Lunch break does not have to be at an elegant restaurant or a special lunch. You can choose a very cheap, normal, elegant or extra-exclusive restaurant in Puerto Madero. I usually recommend having a choripán lunch on a typical grill in the same way that Boca Juniors fans do, near the Boca stadium and a little away from tourists.
  • We leave for Núñez. On the way we will pass by the Plaza de los dos Congresos. Then we will arrive at the Memorial Park (Disappeared during dictatorship), River Plate Stadium, Chinatown. Then we leave for Palermo, we will pass by the Hippodrome and visit the Garden of Roses (Rosedal).  Optional visit to Japanese Garden / Graffiti.
  • We leave for Recoleta. One of the most important Masonic cemeteries in the world. Tomb of Evita Perón. We will discover the oldest, the newest, the most expensive, the strangest tomb. On the way to San Telmo, we will make a stop at the El Ateneo Bookstore, regarded among the most beautiful in the world.
  • The tour continues in San Telmo. Formerly the neighborhood of wealthy Argentines, after the plague of yellow fever was rented by poor unemployed Italian / European immigrants who came seeking jobs in America. National historical museum. Russian church. House of the Ezeiza family. Lot of French (The patriot). Goldsmith Juan Carlos Pallarols. San Telmo Market. Minimal house (Narrowest house). House of Mafalda.
  • We leave for Puerto Madero, the newest neighborhood in the city. “Puente de la Mujer” by Spanish architect Calatrava (torso in Malmö, Sweden; Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin). Natural reserve. Transfer to the hotel. End of services.

The program for the Buenos Aires city tour is not rigid, we can add or remove stops. Places we don’t normally see on the tour, unless specifically requested:

Casa Rosada (inside).*
Teatro Colón Opera House (inside).**
Boca Stadium (inside).***
Café Tortoni (in case there’s a long queue).
San Telmo has an open market on Sundays (it takes too long because there is always a crowd).
Evita Museum (on request).
MALBA (on request).

* For the Casa Rosada, advance reservation is a week before at most, it is open to the public only on weekends, free admission.

** The Teatro Colón has frequent guided tours, a ticket is paid.

*** The Boca Juniors Stadium field can be visited by paying a ticket.

Availability calendar for the Buenos Aires city tour

In case you wish to subdivide the Buenos AIres city tour:

OPTION 1

DAY 1
HISTORIC CITY CENTER
LA BOCA
SAN TELMO
CONGRESO

DAY 2
PALERMO
RECOLETA
RETIRO
PUERTO MADERO

OPTION 2

DAY 1
HISTORIC CITY CENTER
LA BOCA
SAN TELMO

DAY 2
CONGRESO
RECOLETA
PALERMO

DAY 3
RETIRO
PUERTO MADERO

OPTION 3

DAY 1 LA BOCA & SAN TELMO

DAY 2 HISTORICAL CITY CENTER, CONGRESO

DAY 3 RECOLETA & PALERMO

DAY 4 RETIRO & PUERTO MADERO

MORE TOURS IN BUENOS AIRES

✓ TIGRE DELTA
✓ COUNTRY DAY AT AN ESTANCIA IN THE PAMPAS
✓ VISIT TO TYPICAL TOWN OF PAMPAS
✓ COLONIA DEL SACRAMENTO IN URUGUAY
✓ MONTEVIDEO IN URUGUAY

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