Day 1. Miami-Buenos Aires
Depart from Miami to Buenos Aires. At your arrival at Ministro Pistarini (former Ezeiza) International Airport you will be meet by our host and transfer to your selected hotel.
Buenos Aires is known as the “Paris of South America” for its spacious boulevards, European architecture and avenues with impressive monuments. The Plaza de Mayo (May Square) perhaps the most historically representative place in Argentina. Here you can see the Presidential Palace, the Cabildo, which was the Old Spanish city hall, and the Cathedral with José de San Martin mausoleum. San Martin was the Liberator of Argentina. The National Congress Building, another historical site with its imposing facade of Greek-Roman features, considered one of the most sumptuous parliamentary buildings of the Americas is a location that you can’t miss.
Day 2. Buenos Aires
Breakfast. In the morning, you will participate of a half day city tour; that includes the most interesting and historical locations of the city. This tour will take you through the world’s famous 9 de Julio Ave. You will have the opportunity see the Presidential House, (World famous Pink House), the historical Plaza de Mayo, el Cabildo, el Congreso, the district of San Telmo, and ending at the Italian/Portuguese district of La Boca, where the famous Caminito street inspired the famous Tango-Caminito.
At the end of this tour you can visit Buenos Aires famous La Feria de San Telmo, (San Telmo Antique Fair) in the afternoon. Fería de Antiguedades de San Telmo is a very traditional gathering place of the local’s folks who are looking for antiques, restaurants, café’s; the surrounding architecture, tango street dancing, and a bohemian atmosphere complement this exciting fair. This nostalgic event runs only on Sunday.
Day 3. Buenos Aires
Breakfast. Day at your leisure. During this day, you can visit the city museums, historical places, and walk through the streets and avenues of this beautiful city.
We recommend that you visit Corrientes Avenue, Florida Street, Santa Fe Avenue, the 9 de Julio Ave, Recoleta, with their fine restaurants and café’s. Another place to visit is Puerto Madero, were dozen’s of the finest restaurants are located.
We suggest also a tour by the Delta del Tigre (River Plate Delta). A cruise that will take you through the Delta’s mayor tributaries surrounded by thick vegetation and magnificent river views. To get there, you will drive through the most elegant uburban districts such as San Isidro. Most of the mansions in this neighborhood belong to the traditional aristocratic families.
Another alternative is to take the Tren de la Costa. This small train will take you around the cost line. The railway has some attractive stations with shops, cinemas, modern bars and restaurants. If you prefer to spend a day away from the city you can take the Historical Lujan Full day tour to Shrine Lujan.
Day 4. Buenos Aires
Breakfast. Enjoy the full day tour Fiesta Gaucha with lunch.
The Fiesta Gaucha is the most typical Argentinean fiesta. This event is celebrated in a Hacienda, located outside Buenos Aires. You will see the Argentinean cowboys performing their unique skills in horse riding, traditional games, BBQ cooking and more. Lunch includes typical Argentinean meat BBQ lunch. Country music and dance will be also performed.
Day 5. Buenos Aires / Uruguay / Buenos Aires
Breakfast – Day at your leisure. You can take an optional tour to Uruguay. This country offers 2 optional tours: 1 full day to Colonia or 1 full day to Montevideo. In any case those include a crossing on the widest river of world Rio de la Plata.
Colonia tour includes: Round trip ticket from Buenos Aires’s Port to Colonia on fast ferry Atlantic III, lunch at “VIEJO TUNEL” restaurant (fixed menu, drinks not included), city tour (Historical District and the Coast up to Real de San Carlos-Bullring), free time and In/out transfers.
Description for Montevideo tour: Round trip ticket from Buenos Aires’s Port to Montevideo on daytime direct fast ferry, lunch at port restaurant (drinks not includes) , City tour, visit to Punta Carretas shopping mall. None of these optionals are included in the price. These tours require your valid passport for check-in/out. Ask for current prices and how to book in advance.
Day 6. Buenos Aires
Breakfast. Day at your leisure. This is your last day in this great city.
The rate of exchange is extremely convenient for American Dollars. It is an excellent opportunity for shopping the famous leather that Argentina offers to the world. Souvenirs, customize shoes, leather trousers, leather jacket, bags, etc.
You can also visit on your own, the magnificent Colon Theater (house of opera) with more than 100 years. The theater has one the best acoustic in the world. This is an authentic piece of art and history.
At night a dinner tango show with transfers is included. Optional up-grade for the most energetic night tango show : “Sr. Tango”. Ask for this additional feature .
Other Tango shows can also be booked.
Day 7. Buenos Aires – Miami
Breakfast. Check out at 12.00 noon. Transfer to the International Airport Manuel Pistarini (Ezeiza). Usually your flight departs late in the evening. International Argentina departure tax can not be included in your final payment. Approximate USD 18.00 exact cash per person.
Tours Online Includes:
7 Days – 6 Nights Hotel centrally located
- 6 nights in Buenos Aires
- Hotel taxes
- Daily breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner in Buenos Aires.
- Half day City Tour
- TANGO SHOW WITH DINNER NOW INCLUDED !!!
- Fiesta Gaucha (ranch party) with lunch.
- Local Hosted and Bilingual Tour Guides.
NOTE: Travel documents for USA Citizens: Argentina requires valid passport for more than 6 months of your return date. There is no need of consular visas and/or vaccination.
Subject to space availability. Surcharges may apply during holiday and peak season. Price may change without notice. Other restrictions apply.
Note: All US, Australian or Canadian citizen entering to Argentina will pay on line in advance the reciprocity tax, click here for additional information. 2012-11-28