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Tour ID:121443
Arrival: Ezeiza International Airport (EZE)
Dates are flexible
Prices are Per Person

Seasonal Information

1st Dec - 28th Feb
High Season
1st 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 one of our great English-speaking guides 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.

Full day city tour of Buenos Aires

During your second day in Buenos Aires you will have a full day, private service with English speaking guide. This 7-hours tour will give you great insight into Buenos Aires and its fascinating and turbulent history. Each “barrio” has its own tales to tell, which you will uncover together with your private guide.

Dinner at “Tegui” restaurant

In the evening you will enjoy dinner at Tegui Restaurant. Germán Martitegui is the chef at Tegui, which was named the second best restaurant in Argentina by S. Pellegrino The World’s 50 best. You will try its 10 step menu which varies depending on seasonal food and is world famous. Definitely a must try in Buenos Aires!

Hidden Buenos Aires

On Day 3, you will visit some of the ‘forgotten’ neighbourhoods, far from the tourist circuit but which preserve stunning buildings and magnificent histories. Magnificent Buenos Aires has so much to offer, you could spend days exploring its most iconic sites. However, for those who really want to delve deeper into its riches this private tour unveils a hidden city beyond the tourist norm. Barracas, Nueva Pompeya, Parque Patricios and Boedo are the urban grounds of old factories, working class project-housings, remarkable churches and pretty local parks. Here you will find street art a plenty and traditional bars where you will uncover histories of some of the city’s most infamous inhabitants and their secret societies.  As a journey that grasps both to the past and present of working class Buenos Aires, this tour will teach you stories of the immigrant workers that founded the city, the tramways and railroads they built and the tango and soccer they adored!

Cooking Class at Salú “Argentinean cooking for beginners”

At midday you will enjoy this private cooking class that starts with a ‘mate’ tasting, starter with empanadas of humita or meat + fresh salsa. The main dish is ‘guiso de lentejas’ (lentils stew) along with creole sauce or a ‘milanesa’ (breaded meat). The dessert will be ‘panqueques de dulce de leche’. All paired with wine or soft drinks and water. This tour does not include transfers.

Half day Foodie Tour Buenos Aires

For your fourth day in the city, you will enjoy a private tour with your guide to explore Argentine food.

We believe that the best way 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.

7 steps dinner & Wine tasting at Casa Coupage

In the evening you will experience a shared experience in Casa Coupage. This is a unique place in the heart of Palermo where you can discover & interpret wine paired with delicious regional food created by the in-house chef.

Transfers included for the dinner experience and it lasts approximately 4 hours.

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