Buenos Aires Province
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From Buenos Aires: Gaucho and Ranch in San Antonio de Areco

1. From Buenos Aires: Gaucho and Ranch in San Antonio de Areco

Begin your 9-hour tour with a drive from your hotel in Buenos Aires to the village of San Antonio de Areco. Enjoy views of the pampas en route and listen to commentary about the area from your guide. When you arrive, take a walk around the historic downtown area. Afterward, head to the exclusive "El Ombu" estancia, where you’ll enjoy either a horseback ride or carriage ride along with some traditional Empanadas and beverages. Later, sit down to a typical Argentinian BBQ with the finest meats. During dessert, take in a folklore show followed by a demonstration of amazing gaucho skills.

Tigre Delta Premium Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

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

Travel from central Buenos Aires to the port to begin this 5-hour trip, as the guide points out sites of interest along the way. Board a first-class motorboat for a 2-hour cruise along the Rio de la Plata. Learn about the region's distinct plant and animal life and its historical importance to Buenos Aires, while enjoying views of the city. Disembark and stop for a snack at a local restaurant before heading to the most important neighborhood in Tigre with your guide. Visit a colorful riverside market and stroll through San Isidro, the town's historical center. Finish the tour at the Presidential Residence in Olivos before the transfer back to your Buenos Aires hotel.

Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

3. 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: Full Day Bike Tour with Lunch

4. 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: Small Group 4-Hour City Tour & Optional Cruise

5. Buenos Aires: Small Group 4-Hour City Tour & Optional Cruise

Experience the past and present of Buenos Aires, visiting neighborhoods, admiring architecture, and seeing the best attractions the city has to offer on this 4-hour sightseeing tour.   The tour starts in the northern part of the city. Explore the neighborhoods of Retiro, Palermo and Recoleta, which are full of large green spaces and beautiful French-style mansions. Here, you’ll make your first stop: a 5-minute picture stop at Floralis Generica, a sculpture made out of steel and aluminum.   Then, stop for a half-hour tour of the Recoleta Cemetery, which contains the graves of notable people including Eva Perón, and a granddaughter of Napoleon. In 2013, CNN listed it among the 10 most beautiful cemeteries in the world. Pass by Colon Theater and the Obelisk to reach your third stop, Plaza de Mayo, where the city was born in 1580. Admire the Pink House, the Cabildo, and the Metropolitan Cathedral for about 20 minutes.   Continuing towards the south of the city, breathe in the air of tango in its hometown: San Telmo. You’ll also visit the neighborhoods of La Boca, where one of the most famous stadiums in the world is located: La Bombonera. In La Boca, you can also admire the colorful conventillos (tenement houses), home to Italian immigrants at the end of the 19th century, as well as the picturesque street Caminito. Afterward, you can be dropped off at the meeting point or various other attractions. If the hotel pickup was selected, you can be taken back to your hotel.  If option is chosen, at the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at Madero port, where lunch is included aboard Humberto M boat.

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What people are saying about Buenos Aires Province

The guide Romina was fantastic, very knowledgeable and accommodating. The boat ride was very relaxing, the lunch was very nice, we were able to change the dish according to our dietary needs. Overall, a very nice relaxing experience.

Obscenely good value for the price shown. Great content from Luke the guide who really knows his onions. Palermo’s a great neighbourhood to get familiar with and this is the way to do it. Thanks Luke!

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.

Everything was good! Nico was funny and keep us involved and in good mood. Content is good to spend good day with nature and horses

The local guide who picked me up was excellent. He was not on the boat and there left on your own