DAY 1 – Arrival to Buenos Aires: Arrival to Buenos Aires and transfer from International Airport Ezeiza to Hotel & Check-In. Afterwards, enjoy a sightseeing of the city, get acquainted with Buenos Aires during this tour highlighting the city’s major neighborhoods and attractions. Among the points of interest you will see are: Main Square Plaza de Mayo surrounded by the Casa Rosada (Presidential Headquarters Office), the Cabildo (Colonial Town Hall) and the Cathedral. You will also drive through the charming streets of San Telmo and down the colorful roads of La Boca, famous for its multicolor tin houses. Later, drive through elegant Barrio Norte on your way to the Recoleta Cemetery, an amazing aboveground cemetery lined with mausoleums and statues. Finally, visit Palermo and its magnificent mansions and parks.
Stop at Café Tortoni for Coffee & Churros: you cannot come to Buenos Aires and not visit this important Porteño institution. This historic cafe has served as the artistic and intellectual capital of Buenos Aires since 1858, hosting notable guests such as Jorge Luis Borges. Founded in 1858, it is the oldest coffee shop in the whole country. With a very rich history, it is visited at all times by intellectuals, politicians.
In the evening, taste the authentic flavors of Buenos Aires during a tour of the city’s famous “Parrillas” (Barbeques). You cannot come to Buenos Aires and not visit this important Porteño institution. Experience and taste authentic porteño flavors, at this culinary tour of the city, you will discover local hole-in-the wall restaurants, enjoying traditional parrilla foods in each and enjoy excellent Argentine wine, learn about Argentina’s culture and cuisine. At the end of the tour, visit one of the best artisanal “heladerias” (ice cream shops) in the city and meet others during the relaxed and social tour. Transfer back to hotel and overnight at selected hotel.
DAY 2 – Buenos Aires Highlights: After breakfast at the hotel, you will enjoy panoramic views of the city and live all the magic of Argentina’s capital city. You will visit the Colón Theatre, one of the world’s famous Opera Houses. For decades, visitors to Buenos Aires have marveled at the Colón Theatre, a world class facility for opera, ballet and classical music, which opened in 1908 with a presentation of Aida. Occupying the entire block, the seven-story building has seating for 2500 spectators and standing room for another 1000. Learn about the Colon’s colorful history and the special features that make it among the world’s greatest. Later, you will be able to visit Evita Museum, which reflects Evita’s life, work and thought through modern museography techniques that make use of technology to bring history closer to the present. Your day will continue with a drop-off in Palermo, where you will have free time for lunch and shopping.
In the evening, after resting at hotel, put on your dancing shoes for a tango lesson taught by professional dancers! Once you have the moves, step to dinner followed by an authentic tango show, you will enjoy an unforgettable night, surrender to the magic of this city that never sleeps and to the charm of this overwhelming and sanguine music – main protagonist of the night – while enjoying the best of its varied gastronomic offer.
Transfer back to hotel and overnight at selected hotel.
Day 1: Buenos Aires
- Welcome to Buenos Aires!
- Buenos Aires Highlights & Café Tortoni
- Parrillas Tour – Taste the authentic porteño flavors
- Overnight at selected hotel
Day 2: Buenos Aires
- Buenos Aires Sightseeing
- Colon Theatre & Evita Museum
- Dinner & Tango Show
- Tango Lessons Experience!
- Overnight at selected hotel
Day 3: Buenos Aires
- The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. The timings indicated are only approximate, and are given here for general reference purposes.
- Buenos Aires Highlights: 300 mts walking approx. - uneven terrain at the Cemetery & Caminito (cobble stone streets) - some steps at the Cathedral.
- Ramps for guests in wheelchairs: in the city they are available but not in very good conditions.
- Parrillas Tour: please note that some venues might have entrance steps and/or stairs to access the toilets.
- Guests need to walk between stops from one venue to the next on uneven terrain.
- Some restaurants might not be wheelchair accessible.
- We recommend to wear light clothing, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a hat.
- Stairs at Tango House, but elevator available
- Tango House is wheelchair accessible but has no wheelchair accessible restrooms
- Last day: Check-Out is at 12 noon.- Available request for Late Check-Out