One of the city’s grandest and most elegant neighborhoods is also the final resting place of leading figures from Argentina’s history.
This multi-faceted Buenos Aires district is home to the financial district, a political hub and a shopping precinct. It’s also a popular tourist centre.
Reviewed on 15 Nov,2019
Reviewed on 11 Nov,2019
This beautiful cemetery in Buenos Aires is the final resting place of many of Argentina’s most notable politicians and public figures, including Eva Perón.
Visit this free museum with an impressive collection of European and Argentine art featuring some of the biggest names to ever pick up a paintbrush.
This giant pillar was built to mark the 400th anniversary of the city’s inception. Now, it stands as the most famous icon in Buenos Aires.
Visit one of the world’s finest theaters to watch operas, ballets and concerts or take a guided tour of the salons and auditorium.
Spot historical architecture, witness celebrations and demonstrations, watch interesting people and enjoy free music events at Buenos Aires’ most important square.
Wander the grounds of one of Buenos Aires’ largest university campuses and visit the institution’s museums, galleries and urban parks.
Malbec, empanadas, and dulce de leche—if you don't know what these are, you are soon to find out on this Buenos Aires tour. This gastronomic adventure delves deep into the culinary culture of Argentina and is perfect for food freaks and gourmet gluttons primed for pig.
Learn to swing your hips to the sultry movements of romantic tango music as you take a lesson from 2 of Buenos Aires' most talented teachers. Practice basic steps during carefully constructed activities and find out how to match your movements to a partner during this 90-minute class.
In our small group bike tour (max 6 people) with urban bikes with gears and suspension we'll visit: Avenida del Libertador: We'll ride on the nicest biking line, along the fancy Libertador Av.
In our small group bike tour (max 6 people) with urban bikes with gears and suspension we'll visit: -Avenida del Libertador: Will ride on the nicest biking line, along the fancy Libertador Av.
A VERY interesting walk. Lots of stories, lots of things to think about and discover in the exclusive, world-famous Recoleta neighbourhood. The world renowned cemetery, the gorgeous gigantic Metallic Flower, the Palais-de-Glace where Tango dance became socially accepted in early 1900's, and more.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: La Ventana Tango Show, Balcarce 425 Monserrat, Buenos Aires Argentina Enjoy a delicious Dinner and Tango Show Duration: 3 hours
Saddle up for adventure on your next trip with a horseback riding tour through breathtaking scenery.
Strolling through the best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
Roaming around the capital city in 24 hours