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The best of Buenos Aires in three days

Are you planning on visiting Buenos Aires for three days? We want to welcome
you and give you some recommendations so you can make the most of your
Day 1: City tour + Tigre-Delta (full day)
The best option is to start discovering the city. We can offer you a full day tour
starting from your accommodation in the morning. We will pick you up and we
will have stops at: heart of the city, Plaza de Mayo, Caminito in La Boca, and
also to Recoleta Cemetery, where Evita Peron is buried. In this tour you will also
get the chance to discover the old neighbourhood of San Telmo and its contrast
with the newest one: Puerto Madero.
After some snacks, we will continue to Palermo, the largest neighbourhood in
the city, and then out of the city to the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires
province. San Isidro will be the first stop in the afternoon, with a visit to its
beautiful gothic revival cathedral. Later on, we will continue to Tigre where we
will stop at “Puerto de Frutos”, a local market to understand the life in the Delta.
To complete the afternoon and make it even more memorable, we will take a
navigation though the channels of the Delta to enjoy its islands and nature, and
then into Rio de la Plata, to finally get back to Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires.a view of a city a bus parked on the side of a building a small boat in a harbor
Day 2: Teatro Colón (Opera house) and palaces
Inaugurated in 1908, the Colón theatre is a gem from every point of view. Its
architecture stands out for its marbles, stained glasses and curtains. Many of
these materials where imported from France, Italy and England. It was
completely restored a few years ago, and definitely taking the tour to discover
different sectors of this world-class theatre will be an unforgettable experience.
A great example of the Belle époque.
To get to really understand why Buenos Aires is called “The Paris of South
America”, it is necessary to take a walking tour with a profesional tour guide
through some of the streets where most of the French-style mansions are
located. They have been built by great landlords and even though most of them
​currently host embassies, museums or hotels, they still keep the splendour of
the era in which they where built. Don’t miss out!
Day 3: San Antonio de Areco, a day with the gauchos in the countryside
You will love this day trip out of the city. San Antonio de Areco is a small town
located 110 km (68 miles) away from Buenos Aires. On the way there, a
professional guide will delight you with stories and information about the
Pampas and the gauchos. Like in most towns, all the activity happens around
the main square, where the magic and calm of the place remain intact. You will
discover that in a short walk.
After that, we will continue to a ranch, where the gauchos will be waiting for us
to start the activities. Meanwhile, the traditional asado (barbeque) will be slowly
cooked in the traditional way to enjoy a local lunch. Of course, there will be
Malbec wine to pair it with. In the afternoon, you will enjoy local music and
dance. It will be an unforgettable day!
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Of course that you can adapt the order of the excursions as you wish. Please,
do not hesitate to contact us, we are here to help and ready to welcome you!
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Explore the countryside of Buenos Aires and learn all about the gauchos and ranch life on the Pampas in an exciting full-day tour that includes visits to a historical rural town and silversmith museum, visits to a ranch, loads of food and wine, dancing, horseback-riding, gaucho horse skills display, and convenient pick-up and drop-off at your hotel/Airbnb/cruise port.