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Tigre Delta: Boat Tour from Buenos Aires

1. Tigre Delta: Boat Tour from Buenos Aires

Hop aboard and enjoy as your captain takes you through the waters of Río de La Plata on your 1 hour and 50-minute boat ride. After passing through the neighborhoods of Nuñez, Olivos, Martinez, and San Isidro, the cruise will make its way through San Antonio River to the Delta of the Paraná River. The skyscrapers of Buenos Aires will be replaced by small houses along the water and boats become the only means of transportation in the region. At around 12:00 PM, you will arrive at the Tigre River Station. If you purchase the round-trip option, make sure you are back at the River Station at 3:45 PM, since the return boat departs at 4pm.

Tigre Delta Premium Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

2. Tigre Delta Premium Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

On this fun-filled half-day tour of Tigre and Buenos Aires, embark on an adventure that offers the perfect balance between nature and history. Take in the views on a boat ride, shop local products at a market, and visit the Cathedral of San Isidro. After hotel pickup, hop on a cruise on the widest river in the world while getting spectacular views of the Buenos Aires skyline from the waters of the Río de la Plata (La Plata River). After one hour on the river, arrive at the Parana River’s Delta, a place that truly feels like a fantasy land. Once in the delta, the boat ride continues through a series of narrow channels and islands, a popular weekend getaway for residents of Buenos Aires and an everyday home to thousands of islanders. Experience the majestic scenery that's very different from anything you have seen before while learning all about the locals who live along the peaceful channels with boats as their only means of transportation. At lunchtime, the boat will drop you off at Tigre, a major city within the Buenos Aires suburbs. Enjoy an authentic snack including empanadas (local pasties) and drinks at a historical venue that belongs to the Italian Rowing Club of Tigre City. For the rest of the tour, hop on board a vehicle and drive through the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires to get an overview of what life is like in the outskirts of Argentina’s capital city, home to about 25% of the total population of the country. Along the ride, visit several sites, including the fruit market, a type of bazaar where locals shop for home goods and where you can find some authentic souvenirs. Head to San Isidro, where you'll get to visit the district’s neogothic cathedral. Once the trip is over, get driven back to Buenos Aires. You can choose to be dropped off somewhere on the way to keep exploring the city or you can be taken back to your hotel.

Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

3. Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

The first stop of your night tour of Buenos Aires will be at the main square of the city, Plaza de Mayo, where you will be able to appreciate the most important public buildings and monuments, such as the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo (Town Hall) and the Pyramid of May. Then you will head to the bohemian neighborhood of San Telmo where you will be enchanted by its narrow cobblestone streets and the magical Dorrego Plaza. After that, visit the exclusive neighborhood of Puerto Madero. You will walk along the waterfront and cross the famous Women’s Bridge. Finally drive through the famous 9 of July Avenue heading north to the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, famous for its nightlife. On the way, you will see the glowing Floralis Genérica.

Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

4. Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

If you are tired of cooking the same dishes every week and wish to try something different, this class to make fresh empanadas, asado, mate, and chocotorta will be perfect for you.  Meet your group in front of the local market Mercado San Telmo, and feel like a local as you shop for your own fresh ingredients. Then, move to the nearby cooking location and start preparing the popular local dishes. Empanada is a baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and meat or veggie filling, and one of the symbols of Argentine food. It has the perfect form to preserve all the flavors of the dish. At its core, asado is meat grilled in its purest form, a method for barbecuing especially used in Argentina. You'll also create your own mate, a typical Argentine drink, which can be drunk cold or hot. Finally, close off your cooking experience with a traditional local dessert: a chocotorta, or chocolate cake. This is a great opportunity to travel with your senses, and get inspired while you travel or live in Argentina. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about Argentine food.

From Buenos Aires: Premium Boat Trip to Tigre with City Tour

5. From Buenos Aires: Premium Boat Trip to Tigre with City Tour

Start your trip from Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires and take an original coastal trip along the La Plata River for approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes. On the way, see various sights along the coastline, including downtown Buenos Aires, Jorge Newbery, University City, Vicente López, Olivos, Martinez, and San Isidro and its cathedral. Learn about what you're seeing as you go with an included audio guide, then enter the Paraná Delta. Cruise along the Rio Lujan, Vinculacion River, San Antonio, and then the Sarmiento River, where you'll see renowned attractions such as the Sarmiento Museum. Pass Island Rest and recreational El Alcázar, until you arrive at Tigre Port. After arrival in Tigre, take a bus ride with a guide who will tell you about the history and origins of the city. Discover Tigre's main highlights, including the Paseo Victoria, museums, and the casino before arriving at Puerto de Frutos. Here, enjoy some free time to visit the docks and do some shopping. The tour concludes with a return to Buenos Aires by bus and drop-off at selected spots in Downtown Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires: La Boca Guided Walking Tour in English

6. Buenos Aires: La Boca Guided Walking Tour in English

Join a 2-hour walking tour around La Boca and discover one of the most picturesque places in Buenos Aires. Take in the colorful homes in the multicultural district and learn about the art of tango.   On your journey through the neighborhood, you will likely encounter live performances of Tango dancers on the streets. See many works of "fileteado" art and learn about its origin.   Finish the tour outside La Bombonera Stadium, where you will get to know the history of the Boca Juniors, the most popular football club in Argentina. After the tour, you can enter the stadium and the Boca Juniors Museum.

Buenos Aires: Argentinian Flavors Food Tour with Dinner

7. Buenos Aires: Argentinian Flavors Food Tour with Dinner

After been picked up from Baires Gallery at 6 PM, be taken to the Casa del Dulce de Leche. First, enjoy a guided tour of this historic specialist shop, learning about how they make their delicious star product, the creamy caramel-like treat called "dulce de leche". Get the chance to sample different varieties too. Then, head to the Mercado de San Telmo, a food market that has played an essential role in the Buenos Aires food scene since opening in 1897. Peruse the different stalls selling meat, fish, fresh fruit and vegetables and discover the finest quality ingredients that form the base of the most popular dishes in Argentinian cuisine. Next, stop on your food tour will be at the Tierra Mendocina winery, where you'll spend 55 minutes enjoying a wine tasting of 2 different Argentinian wines: a red Malbec and a white Torrontes. Wash these delicious wines with local cheeses too. From the winery, make your way to the Revire Brasas Bravas restaurant for the finishing touch on your Buenos Aires culinary experience. Indulge in a traditional Argentinian dinner of 3 mouth-watering courses plus a drink (mineral water, soft drinks, a glass of wine, or beer). For a starter choose between a meat empanada or Revire provolone. Follow this with the main course of port flank steak, sirloin steak, or a quarter of boneless chicken all served with chips or mixed salad. Round off your meal with a dessert flan with dulce de leche or ice cream.  At the end of your delicious dinner, which will last around an hour, be taken back to your hotel by around 10 PM where your tour concludes.

Buenos Aires: Full Day Bike Tour with Lunch

8. Buenos Aires: Full Day Bike Tour with Lunch

Have an amazing time on this signature tour which will leave you with a true affection for this beloved city. Your full day tour will cover history, culture, fun, food and most importantly, cycling.   You will start in the oldest barrio of Buenos Aires, San Telmo, and wind your way through the narrow streets, stopping to soak up the architecture and charm of the neighborhood. Then on to the colorful Caminito at the heart of the old port of La Boca, via the famous football stadium La Bombonera. After a short break, you will head to the second port and newest area of Buenos Aires, Puerto Madero, with its modern buildings and chic appearance. Then to absorb the feeling of space and tranquility in the Reserva Ecologica, you will stop for lunch in a local restaurant which offers meat and vegan options. After lunch, you'll ride north and visit the site where the city was born, Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by the Cathedral, Casa Rosada and Cabildo. Then you'll head up north to the transport hub of Retiro to discover one of the city's finest parks, the Plaza San Martin, which was the headquarters of the Liberator's Army. After this, continue on to the high society area of Recoleta, where you will have the opportunity to visit the world-renowned Recoleta Cemetery and the final resting place of Evita. You will then really stretch your legs with a ride around the lungs of Palermo, a wonderful park and lakes system which is the main outdoor meeting point in the city. Through Barrio Norte in Palermo and across downtown, your last stop is at the Congress square, right next to the magnificent Congress building.

Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

9. Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

Discover the most representative sites of the districts of San Telmo and Puerto Madero. San Telmo neighborhood is one of the oldest districts, known for its vibrant tango and arts scene, its antique markets and 19th-century decorations. Puerto Madero is the most modern part of the city with the revolving bridge of Puente de la Mujer, representing a couple dancing the Tango.  At Plaza de Mayo, admire the Metropolitan Cathedral, the colonial town hall of The Cabildo, and the Casa Rosada, the official residence of the President of Argentina. Then, walk to the Obelisco de Buenos Aires in the center of Avenida 9 de Julio, erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the city, and finish the walking tour in front of the Colon Theater.  The Colon Theater is considered one of the 5 best opera houses in the world for its size, acoustics, and trajectory. You can choose to add a 50-minute guided tour of the Colon Theater. Admire the stunning auditorium, main foyer, Gallery of Busts, and Golden Hall. Marvel at the stunning details of the building's stairs, sculptures, ceilings, stained glass, and more.  You can choose to add a visit to the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires). Board a public bus to the Palermo neighborhood to enter the museum that collects, preserves, studies, and disseminates Latin American art in all mediums. See approximately 400 works of art at your own pace and take the time to explore each room at leisure. You can choose to add a visit to the Teatro Colón and the MALBA. Your guide will wait for you while you take the guided tour of the theater before escorting you to the MALBA. 

Buenos Aires: Tigre Delta Trip and Visit to Puerto de Frutos

10. Buenos Aires: Tigre Delta Trip and Visit to Puerto de Frutos

Explore the northern part of the Province of Buenos Aires where the small city of Tigre is located. Get picked up from your accommodation in downtown Buenos Aires and go on a scenic boat ride along the Tigre River. Take in views of the small streams that branch off and the numerous islands of the delta. Get a glimpse of the typical islander lifestyle as you pass houses, schools, and churches. From the minibus, see the Paseo Victorica, the Museo del Mate, and the Naval Museum. Take in a beautiful view of the Tigre Art Museum, an elegant building from the end of the 19th century. Then head to the Puerto de Frutos area where you will have free time to explore the many shops and museums.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 358 reviews

This tour was well organised & it was really interesting to see another other area of BsAs. The snack in the beautiful restaurant was actually 3 large delicious Empanadas . We even had time to buy some lovely souvenirs . Romina was an excellent tour guide and supplied lots of information on the tour .

The guide, Sam, does his job very well. Riding a bike with him in the city is pretty easy, and most importantly, super safe! He knows much about the city and he is extremely professional while being very friendly. This was the best thing to do for exploring Buenos Aires!

Gus was very informative and spoke English exceptionally well. The bikes were okay in quality but were in good working condition. I had an outstanding time and learned a lot about BA.

The tour was very informative and our guide Santiago made the whole tour very entertaining! Highly recommended!

A great tour, explained in many different ways, warmly recommended