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Buenos Aires: Piazzolla Tango Show with Optional Dinner

1. Buenos Aires: Piazzolla Tango Show with Optional Dinner

Enjoy a night of live tango and dance performances in the historic Galería Güemes, a classic 1915 theater in the heart of Buenos Aires. The show pays tribute to Astor Piazzolla, one of the most important tango composers in Argentina. Opt for a 3-course dinner and drinks before the show.  The show is conducted by the Piazzolla Tango sextet, and great Argentinean voices will perform Las Cuatro Estaciones del Tango (Four Seasons of Tango). Enjoy music based on traditional songs by Astor Piazzolla, who brought a new face to traditional tango, and other great Argentinian composers. Select the drinks package to enjoy 2 drinks along with the show tickets. Or choose the dinner option, and savor a delicious 3-course meal with drinks before the performance starts.

Buenos Aires: Tango Show at Tango Porteño & Optional Dinner

2. Buenos Aires: Tango Show at Tango Porteño & Optional Dinner

Travel back in time with a thrilling and sensual show at the “Tango Porteño.” Witness one of the best shows in Buenos Aires in one of the city’s most famous venues. Upgrade your experience by opting for a 3-course dinner and/or unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks. Enter a show theater that has been converted from a luxurious art-deco MGM movie theater near the Obelisk– a relic of the time when tango was forbidden for being too risqué. Marvel at the “Bailando Tango,” a performance crafted by the multi-award-winning dancer and choreographer Mora Godoy.  “Bailando Tango” captures the wistful spirit of the golden age of tango and combines it with high-energy flips, lifts, and acrobatics. See a Broadway-like twist on the classic tango. Be swept away by the performances of dozens of artists and an orchestra composed of 8 musicians. You can enjoy drinks at the show or dinner. Choose either the 3-course dinner menu or the dinner menu with unlimited drinks and make your night even more special.

Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

3. Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

Get a complete picture of Buenos Aires with this 24-hour, hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Discover traditional neighborhoods like La Boca, San Telmo, and Puerto Madero, as well as the most modern ones, such as Palermo and Belgrano. Benefit from an included audio guide to find out more about the places you pass. With your ticket, hop on and off at any of the 22 stops on the bus route during a period of 24 hours. The main stop is in the city center and as the tour progresses, you'll see emblematic buildings, historical places, cultural spaces, and the different Buenos Aires neighborhoods. The bus will stop at certain stops to connect you with other activities and tourist attractions. Either stay on the bus all the way around the loop and enjoy the colorful sights and informative guides or use the bus as a great way to get to your next attraction. You're sure to have a fun time and you might just hear something surprising about this big city. If you get tired sightseeing, the open-top buses are a great place to rest and still see a large part of the city.

Buenos Aires: Wine Tasting and Lunch at Bodega Gamboa

4. Buenos Aires: Wine Tasting and Lunch at Bodega Gamboa

Enjoy a relaxing wine tasting experience and discover a rich diversity of high-quality wines from a local Argentine vineyard on a small-group tour aboard a comfortable minivan. Discover an amazing range of wines including pinot noir, malbec, and cabernet franc, combining them with perfectly paired cheeses. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Buenos Aires and take you on a one-hour journey to Bodega Gamboa, an iconic new winery located next to the town of Campana. Once there, meet your host who will take you on a tour of the vineyards, and tell you about the local culture, and the different wine strains produced here. Then, savor local wines before returning to your hotel in the afternoon.

Buenos Aires: Temaiken Biopark Official Tickets

5. Buenos Aires: Temaiken Biopark Official Tickets

Book your tickets to Temaiken Biopark, then immerse yourself in the wonders of this expansive space that combines a botanical garden, zoo, aquarium, and a museum of natural history and anthropology. Spend the day in a fun-filled environment, where you can get in touch with nature, admire numerous species of animals and plants, and learn about the protection and preservation of animals and the environment. At the park visit the Native Zone, to learn about Buenos Aires’ native flora and fauna. In the Mesopotamian Fauna section, admire the black yacarés and overos, tapirs, capybaras, lagoon turtles and more. Then head into the Patagonia Fauna area, which recreates the environments from the Andes Mountain Range to the Atlantic coast. Next, discover the African Zone, which is home to flamingos, pelicans, antelopes, meerkats, and more. There’s also three islands of lemurs, hippos, cheetahs, and zebras to be explored too. Wander through the Asian Zone next, and get up close to tigers, bats, flying fox, squirrels, and more. Don’t forget to make time for the aquarium too, which allows you to experience what life is like in the underwater world. Learn about tide pools and rivers, then marvel at the sharks swimming in their tanks.

From Buenos Aires: Colonia Ferry Tickets and Optional Tour

6. From Buenos Aires: Colonia Ferry Tickets and Optional Tour

Enjoy a day trip to Colonia del Sacramento, the first site in Uruguay to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the city with a round-trip ferry ticket from Buenos Aires to Colonia city. Founded in 1680 by the Portuguese Manuel Lobo, the city went from Portuguese to Spanish rule several times until the Declaration of Independence in 1825. Discover how these events made the city a melting pot of architectural styles where Spanish and Portuguese-style buildings coexist.  Walk down cobbled streets and enjoy the unique landscape with spectacular views of the Rio de la Plata. Experience the charming houses, cobbled streets, traditional lanterns, and magical sunsets of El Porton de Campo alongside the Street of Sighs and Faro. If you choose the option that includes the walking tour, your guide will be waiting for you at the ferry station, ready to tell you all about the history of this incredible town. Return to Buenos Aires via the same ferry route at the end of your day trip.

Buenos Aires: Tango Carlos Gardel Show with Optional Dinner

7. Buenos Aires: Tango Carlos Gardel Show with Optional Dinner

Discover the General Guemes Gallery, which has housed an underground theater and party room/tea house since its opening, as well as a famous confectionary on the 14th floor. Founded in homage to the tango icon, Carlos Gradel, the show covers all the main stories of tango and also pays tribute to Zorzal Criollo with his best songs. Learn the basics of tango in a 30-minute class before the performance. Then enjoy an artistic display of the highest calibre, featuring internationally renowned dancers and the best musicians of the genre. Among the five dancing couples, you will find three World Champion Tango Stage duos. Directed by the creator of some of the best tango works of the last 25 years, Dolores De Amo, this authentic show is sure to be a highlight of your trip to Buenos Aires. Upgrade your experience with dinner and drinks options available in addition to the show.

Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

8. Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

Stroll through the colorful streets of Palermo in Buenos Aires on a guided walking tour. See thought-provoking graffiti and street art while learning about the neighborhood’s history from your guide.   Travel back in time to the 1920's and understand the political movements gaining traction in Argentina at the time. Discover how graffiti was seen as political endorsement and how it was used as propaganda and for election campaigns.   Then, learn about the arrival of aerosol paints in 1969 and the influence of a different military government. Discover how the new material allowed messages to be written much faster than before and how this impacted the urban movements during the 1970's. Listen to stories about how Argentinians became progressively more involved in the act of protesting and the social conflict of the time.

Buenos Aires: 8-Course Argentine BBQ at Fogón Asado

9. Buenos Aires: 8-Course Argentine BBQ at Fogón Asado

Be welcomed by your friendly hosts and Argentine "asador" chef. Sip on a welcome cocktail and sit at the beautiful bar that surrounds the custom made grill in the middle of the room. The closed-door restaurant does not have any private tables, but rather the bar which allows for everyone to see and feel what is happening on the grill. The chef will explain the different cuts of meat that you will try from the menu, how the dishes are prepared and provide a short history of Asado grill. Make your own Chimichurri sauce, a traditional condiment present in all steakhouses and Asados. While seated near the fire, you can enjoy watching all the food preparations and may ask any questions. Argentine Asado is all about being relaxed, enjoying good food and wine in good company. Start with several small plates of traditional dishes such as empanada, choripan and morcipan, grilled provolone cheese and several surprises. Then, try a typical grilled pork cut, and three cuts of beef served in different ways. The dinner is completed with coffee and a branded dulce de leche pancake served with Patagonian berries.

Buenos Aires: Bioparque Temaiken with Transfers

10. Buenos Aires: Bioparque Temaiken with Transfers

The Temaikén Foundation works to protect nature and combines a botanical garden, zoo, aquarium, and museum of natural history and anthropology. The Biopark allows visitors to enjoy different landscapes characteristic of Argentina. The native zone provides information about the flora and fauna of the region, composed of two areas. The Mesopotamian area exhibits fauna, including black yacarés and overos, tapirs, capybaras, and lagoon turtles. The Patagonian fauna area recreates environments from the Andes mountain range to the Atlantic coast through seven enclosures: Patagonian steppe, condor, pumas, Patagonian plains, Patagonian lagoon, pudúes, and underground Patagonia.   Explore the African zone next, home to flamingos, pelicans, antelope, meerkats, and colobus, as well as three islands of lemurs, hippos, cheetahs, and zebras. In the Asian zone, there are tigers, frugivorous bats, two species of flying foxes, squirrels of Prevost, and many others. The zoo also houses wallabies and kangaroos. The aquarium allows visitors to appreciate life underwater, where it is possible to learn from a tide pool, as well as from a recreation of a river in Mesopotamia. Look through eight large panels to see sharks swimming just a few inches away in a tank filled with millions of gallons of seawater.

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4.5 / 5

based on 369 reviews

Juan is a great guide with a sense of humor and the the Palermo region with its graffiti is an amazing tour

Perfect day out. Colonia de Segramentio is spectacular, peaceful and absolutely beautiful

Easy day trip from Buenos Aires. We used our Argentina money there without any problems.

El show fue hermoso, la comida estuvo buena y el personal muy atento. Hermoso

Juan was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable, great tour!