Cradle of the Tango - 6 days – From $1,625

Cradle of the Tango - 6 days – From $1,625

Purpose: Fun, History & Culture
No. of days: 6 days - 5 nights
First & Last Cities: Buenos Aires
Other cities: Tigre - River Plata Delta
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Buenos Aires is a modern and active city. However, it has also kept its old traditions and cozy corners. The visitor feels fascinated by its environment, the different styles of its neighborhoods, the warmth of its people and the wide range of cultural and commercial choices it offers. Buenos Aires busy nightlife offers the visitor several choices of entertainment, recreation and culture. The city is full of cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, restaurants and "pizzerias" that are open till the small hours.

Day 1: Buenos Aires

After you pass customs and immigration at Ezeiza International Airport you will be met and assisted by our representative who will escort you to your hotel in Buenos Aires. The rest of the day is at leisure for you to rest and relax after the long flight. A visit to Buenos Aires is not complete if it is missing a nightlife experience in a fashionable night spot so, this evening you will be driven to La Ventana, a typical restaurant, to enjoy an Argentinean dinner and dance to the sound of the sensual tango music. If you are a dance aficionado you may take a tango lesson but you need to reserve before departure. Return to the hotel for overnight.

* You may elect an optional private service.

Day 2: Buenos Aires

After a buffet breakfast at the hotel you will encounter with one of the biggest urban concentrations in the Southern Hemisphere. We'll visit the bohemian and colorful neighborhood of Italian immigrants - La Boca -, the historical May Square (Plaza de Mayo) surrounded by the Government House (Pink House), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the ancient City-Hall, seat of the former Spanish Viceroys and continue along May Avenue, of strong Spanish influence, until we get to Congress Square facing the National Parliament. Then we drive along Callao Street until the intersection with Corrientes Avenue, the never-sleeping avenue, up to the most emblematic symbol of Buenos Aires, the Obelisk, passing by one of the widest avenues in the world, namely, 9 of July Boulevard as well as the famous Colon Opera House. Our next target is the new Puerto Madero neighborhood and the most fashionable district of the city: Recoleta, with a scent of French charm and the spacious and oxygenating Palermo Parks for a relaxing stroll. We'll also visit its artistic cemetery, where Evita Peron´s tomb is, among others of the former prominent local characters. Return to the city center. The rest of the day is at leisure to continue your discovery of Buenos Aires. Overnight at the hotel. [D]

Day 3: Buenos Aires

Enjoy a buffet breakfast the hotel and cash in on your choice for today as several options are offered or just spend the day on your own to visit the parts of the city that interest you more, to go shopping or just stroll and take in the city.

These are some of the options you may choose:

[1] Full day Gaucho Party

This is your opportunity to experience the life of an Argentinean cowboy, the “gaucho”, and be exposed to the cattle culture in a real ranch. During the day you may ride excellent Argentinean horses or take a tractor ride if you’re not so adventurous. Learn gaucho tricks with ropes and wrangling while enjoying a magnificent “parrillada” or traditional Argentinean barbecue accompanied by local wines. Then relax listening to typical music such as the world famous tango and try your footing with local people. Return to Buenos Aires.  [D]

[2] Full day Pope Francis tour

Walk the educational and religious path followed by Jorge Bergoglio before he became Pope Francis! On this 4-hour tour in Buenos Aires, birthplace of the current pope, we will seek to discover Jorge Mario Bergoglio also known as Pope Francis. He was always focused on the simplicity in which he lived: a middle or lower class neighborhood like Flores, son of Italian workers, his father was a railroader, a humble man. The first stops are the Church of San Jose de Flores where he first heard the call of God, the house where he lived when he was a child, the public school Cerviño where he went to elementary school and the Private Institute Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia where he took his first communion. The last stop will be the Church San Carlos Borromeo of the Salesian congregation in which the Pope was baptized. Other places that can be visited are: The Archiepiscopate, Our Lady of Lujan and La Metropolitan Cathedral, the church of San Ignacio de Loyola where he reached the charge of Superior in the Order of the Jesuits and served until he was elected Pope. You may also attend to the image of San Francisco of Assisi, the saint who, because of his extreme humility and dedication to the poor, has inspired him and is the reason of his Papal name.

[3] Half-day Jewish Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is home to the third largest Jewish community in the world and, as such, as marked the city in several ways including its culture. In this tour you will visit several places of interest like AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association), Shoa’s Museum, Paso or Libertad synagogue and Hebraic Society. During the tour the Jewish guide will provide as much information as possible about the Buenos Aires community.

Because of restrictions and authorizations needed to access these sites your passport number is required in advance.

After the day’s activities return to the hotel for overnight. [B]

Day 4: Buenos Aires

After breakfast at the hotel be ready for today’s adventure that will bring you along the banks of Rio Plata to arrive at the sophisticated residential neighborhood of San Isidro, one of the most beautiful in the city suburbs. Visit the well preserved Old Quarter and the Cathedral, in Neo-gothic style, surrounded by old mansions that once belonged to the wealthy families of Buenos Aires. Then comes a viewpoint at Paseo de los 3 Ombues and Mariquita Sanchez de Thomsom House-Museum dating from the colonial times. After San Isidro continue the drive to Tigre city for a sail along the Parana River delta. The delta has thousands of small islands and rivers, surrounded by thick vegetation inhabited by local fauna. In the city you will see restaurants, cafes and rowing clubs attesting to its traditional activities. Note an interesting French palace, home to the Tigre Club and converted into Tigre’s Museum of Fine Arts. Return to Buenos Aires.

Day 5: Buenos Aires

Have breakfast at your hotel and be free the rest of the day to visit your preferred spots in the city, go shopping or take an optional tour. Overnight at the hotel

Day 6: Buenos Aires, Airport

Enjoy a buffet breakfast at the hotel and get ready to be picked up for your transfer to the airport, unless you have elected to extend you stay in Buenos Aires, which we will gladly book for you. If you are boarding an international flight you will be driven to Ezeiza International airport for customs and emigration procedures and start you way back home. If you are taking one of our tours to another city in Argentina you will be driven to Aeroparque Airport to board your domestic flight to the chosen destination. [B]

[B] = Breakfast | [D] = Dinner






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