Argentina | Discover Buenos Aires

6-days | 5-nights





2 Passengers

$ 679

Amazing Experience

Paris of the South?. Buenos Aires, Argentina’s bustling metropolis that will have you sighing over its Belle Époque architecture, cobblestone streets lined with adorable cafés and boutiques, and neighborhoods bursting with personality. First-time visitors tend to associate Buenos Aires with tango, steak, and wine—that trifecta of local passions—but the Argentine capital’s French buildings, Italian food, and Spanish nightlife also tell the story of a city with one foot in Latin America and the other in Europe.

What's Included

Meet and greet upon arrival
Arrival and departure transfers
5 nights in Buenos Aires at 4-Star,
Kenton Palace Buenos Aires or similar hotel
Daily Buffet breakfast at the hotel
Half day city tour Buenos Aires
Dinner and Tango Show at La Ventana
Full day to Estancia Las Pampas

Services NOT included

Optional tours or visits
Tips for guides, drivers, and specialist guides
Anything that is not specified as included
Personal expenses


Day by Day

Please Note While we intend to adhere to the route described, there is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary and on occasion it may be necessary, or desirable, to make alterations. On Day 1 of the tour, you will be advised of any amendments.

DAY 1 | Arrival Buenos Aires

Arrival at Pistarini Buenos Aires International Airport (formerly Ezeiza Airport) and transfer to your selected hotel. The rest of the day at your leisure, so you can start being acquainted with the city. Buenos Aires is known as the “Paris of South America” for its spacious boulevards, European architecture, and avenues with its impressive monuments.
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DAY 2 | Buenos Aires

Begin your morning with breakfast at your hotel.
Today, visit the most important points of the spectacular city of Buenos Aires. Discover the history of May Square, the site of the most important historical events and their protagonists since its foundation: see its surroundings, the most emblematic buildings, and learn all about them. Then, enjoy May Avenue and wonder in awe at the oldest residential neighborhood in Buenos Aires, San Telmo. Walk along its cobble-stoned streets and discover its antique shops and picturesque buildings. Live and feel the original Tango in the neighborhood of La Boca: walk along Caminito Street and enjoy the dancers and souvenir shops. See the mythical Boca Juniors soccer stadium. Contemplate the modernization of the city whilst traveling along Madero Port and its exclusive docks, full of excellent restaurants and large offices. Pass through the Retiro neighborhood and move on to see Palermo and its most exclusive residential area before finally arriving at Recoleta.

| Overnight in Buenos Aires
| Breakfast

DAY 3| Buenos Aires

Following breakfast at your hotel, enjoy your morning at leisure.
In the evening, head to La Ventana for dinner and a Tango show. At the heart of the San Telmo neighborhood, La Ventana Barrio de Tango opened for business back in 1982. This refurbished historical “convention” (tenement) offers a definitive tour of classic porteño culture. This typical early 20th-century house is an ideal stage for a unique show: 32 artists, two tango orchestras, a folk music group, dancers, and singers.

| Overnight in Buenos Aires
| Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 4| Buenos Aires

Breakfast at your hotel. You will head to a typical “estancia“ of the Argentine wet pampas, one of the most fertile natural prairies of the world and famous for its meat and cereal production. Enjoy the flavor of our “pampas“ at a touristy ranch located 110 km away from downtown Buenos Aires. You will be welcomed with meat pies (“empanadas“), a glass of wine or juices by the owners, and served an Argentine B.B.Q. After lunch, a folkloric Gaucho’s show will be performed and you will have the possibility of appreciating the typical “Ring Race“ (Carrera de Sortijas) or ride on horseback. Kindly note that drop-off is not back to hotels but in different stops, as follows: Puente de la Mujer (Puerto Madero), Galerías Pacifico Shopping, Av. Santa Fe y 9 de Julio, Juncal y Cerrito, Obelisco, Colon Theatre, or Irigoyen and Lima.

| Overnight in Buenos Aires
| Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 5| Buenos Aires

Breakfast at your hotel. Enjoy your day at leisure or book an optional day tour to Colonia, Uruguay.

Colonia CityThe Portuguese roots of this old city in Uruguay date back to the 17th century. A Unesco World Heritage site, Colonia del Sacramento is an intimate town with gorgeous Río de la Plata views, a perfect setting for a relaxed day of strolling about cobblestone streets submerged in remnants of colonial times. Colonia’s must-see list includes the harbor, the town’s center, Ferrando beach, the nature reserve, and the beautiful promenade along the coast, the Real de San Carlos, the bullring, the horse racing track, and the old port. As offered in many major cities around the world, will take the bus tour (with an audio guide). It´s the classic hop-on-hop-off service in which passengers can choose where and when to stop and explore the town during a full day.

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| Breakfast

DAY 6|Departure Buenos Aires

Enjoy your final breakfast in Buenos Aires. At the appropriate time, you will be transferred to the airport for your departing flight home.
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