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Services include:
* Round trip airport transfers.
* Half day Sightseeing.

* Tango Dinner Show ( Transfer and wine included )

Optional Tours:
Estancia for a Day + Fiesta Gaucha ( Meal included )
Coast Line Train + Tigre + Boat
River de la Plata Cruise + Lunch

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City of Buenos Aires - The Pampas

Buenos Aires by night

Architecture in Buenos Aires

Argentina open polo championship

Early XX century district in Argentina

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a city with its own personality, open to the World's architecture, culture and art; cosmopolitan and contradictory, dynamic and traditional, historical and avant-garde.

It offers a wide variety of attractions: monuments, churches, museums, art galleries and theatres; squares, parks and gardens with ancient trees; typical neighbourhoods; large commercial centres, traditional and modern hotels, typical restaurants and international cuisine.

The size of Buenos Aires forces travellers to choose their visits very well. Without a good guide, the city may seem scattered. Therefore, it is advisable to choose different itineraries depending on the travellers' free time.

Things to do

WANDERING AROUND BUENOS AIRES. You can visit many museums in the city, go to a horserace in Palermo’s racetracks, polo tournaments, or pato matches (Argentine sport played on horses). You can also stroll along the woods of Palermo, the Rosedal, and have tea in the Japanese Garden or a coffee at the Tortoni, Buenos Aires’ oldest literary café located downtown. On Sundays, you can visit the antique market in the neighbourhood of San Telmo.

A GASTRONOMIC PARADISE. There is a great number of grill restaurants in the city where you can eat the world’s best meat, and there are also various restaurants of all nationalities. Some of the best restaurants are located in the neighborhoods of Recoleta, Puerto Madero, Las Cañitas, Palermo Viejo, Palermo Hollywood and Costanera Norte (a riverside road).

MUSIC AND SHOWS: Buenos Aires has many cinemas and theatres. The Teatro Colón (Colón Opera House), monumental coliseum of extraordinary acoustic, hosts international concerts, opera and ballet. At night, you can see tango shows in different places.

Places to visit

AVENIDA DE MAYO. It is interesting to see the variety of cupolas and building styles along this beautiful main road leading to Plaza de Mayo (Mayo Square). There you can see the Pirámide de Mayo (Mayo Pyramid), which commemorates the first Argentine government’s independence. Other important buildings are the Cabildo (Town Hall from colonial times), Palacio del Gobierno de la Ciudad (Municipal Executive Building), the Cathedral, and the Casa Rosada (Government House), seat of the President of the Argentine Republic. Nearby, you will find the "Manzana de las Luces", a group of buildings related to Argentine history and culture. Lying by the river, the renovated Puerto Madero complex is worth visiting.

FROM AVENIDA DE MAYO TO SAN MARTIN SQUARE. Starting from Corrientes Avenue, Buenos Aires’ nightlife centre, you can see the Obelisk, symbol of the city. Further beyond, you will find Lavalle Street with its cinemas and Florida Street with its shops. Some of the most representative buildings of Buenos Aires are located in front of San Martín Square. From its highest spot, you can see people, buses and cars rushing to and from Retiro (Buenos Aires Train Station).

LA BOCA NEIGHBOURHOOD. Its streets and bright colourful houses are unmistakable. Caminito Street served as inspiration for the tango which so well immortalized Carlos Gardel.

RECOLETA. An elegant and exclusive neighbourhood with green streets, cafés and restaurants, antique shops, a cultural centre, and the Cementerio del Norte (known as La Recoleta Cemetery) considered a history and sculpture museum.

PALERMO. It is one of the largest and most beautiful areas in the city, where you will find the Zoo, the Botanical Garden, the premises of Sociedad Rural, and the large Parque 3 de Febrero (3 de Febrero Park).

Province of Buenos Aires

The Pampas plains are amongst the richest areas in Argentina. They have the magic of wide-open spaces with an unlimited horizon, and they are the land of the gauchos, traditional Argentine country men.
The estancias (ranches) in the Argentine Pampas are remarkable because of their varied architecture. They were built in widely differing styles such as colonial Hispanic-American, English Tudor, and classic French. Many of them have been transformed into tourist accommodations.

Things to do

Living in Estancias (ranches). Stay in estancias, very comfortable and luxurious residences, where typical Argentine farming activities, exhibitions of gaucho skills, and tasting of Argentine barbecues take place. The gauchos take part in exciting parades and folklore shows at the Fiesta de la Tradición (Tradition Festival) held in San Antonio de Areco (November 10th.).

Adventure Tourism, sports and leisure time.Holiday resorts on the coast and the main towns in the province have golf links, race courses, car racing tracks and casinos. To the South of the province, you can go hiking and horseback riding along the Sierras of Tandil and Sierras de la Ventana.
Sport fishing on the shores of Paraná river, in lagoons, and on the Atlantic coast. Fishing pejerrey in lagoons Chascomús, Lobos, Junín and San Miguel del Monte.
Water sports such as sailing, canoeing, rowing, power boating, water-skiing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Horse riding, hunting and fishing, and playing polo and golf.Watching and enjoying wildlife in the estancias.
Aquarium in San Clemente del Tuyú.

Health Tourism. Ocean Spas in San Clemente del Tuyú and Mar del Plata. Thermal waters in Carhué, Pedro Luro and Los Gauchos.

Places to visit

PARANÁ RIVER DELTA. Departing from Tigre, there are sailing tours along the Paraná river, full of islands with lush vegetation and extraordinary fauna.

ARGENTINA’S PATRON SAINT. The Basilica of Nuestra Señora de Luján is the country's most important pilgrimage center. Its museum complex which includes the Colonial and Historical Museum, the Arms Gallery, the Museum of Artillery, and the Museum of Transportation is located in the Cabildo (colonial Town Hall) and Casa del Virrey (Viceroy's House).

LA PLATA, CAPITAL OF THE PROVINCE. Its Museum of Natural Sciences houses one of the World's most important collections of paleontology.

COAST TOURIST CENTERS. Holiday resorts, beaches, sandbanks, forests, casinos, nightlife and fishing spots are the main attractions of San Clemente del Tuyú, Santa Teresita, San Bernardo, Cariló, Pinamar, Villa Gesell, Necochea, and Mar del Plata - the country's main fishing port.

Source:    Argentina - Secretaría de Turismo de la Nación