3/5 - Okay
Verified traveller5 Nov. 2019
Was just overnight transit, didn’t explore the area
Reviewed on 12 Nov. 2019
Reviewed on 5 Nov. 2019
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.
Inspired by French and Italian opera houses, this grand 1908 concert hall has some of the best sound in the world.
National government offices, imposing architectural landmarks and a nicely landscaped parkland mark Buenos Aires’ most significant square.
Wander the grounds of one of Buenos Aires’ largest university campuses and visit the institution’s museums, galleries and urban parks.
Take a free guided tour of this bright-pink palace and learn about the place from which the president of Argentina rules the country.
Relax in a park with a preserved lawn, trees, statues, a war memorial and a tower in the center of the city.
Transfers Airport Ezeiza- Hotel Centrico-airport in private + City Tour in regular with lunch in Restaurant without drinks + Dinner show Cátulo Tango. Price per person, minimum 2 pax in the same reservation. Request 12 hours before the date of service.
Discover the beauty of Buenos Aires with a 4-day, 3-night tour, transportation, and accommodation package. Day 1 Arrive at the airport and enjoy the ease of private transportation to your 3-star hotel. Explore the city on your own or relax in your double room for the evening.
Embark on a comprehensive and fun small-group tour featuring Buenos Aires’ most popular landmarks. Visit the world’s widest avenue and discover the unique contrast between the capital’s most distinct neighborhoods.
Experience an incredible world of art and entertainment at Piazzolla Tango, with over 32,000 square feet (3,000 sqm) dedicated to the tango. Have dinner at the theater's restaurant and witness a spectacle of dance and music featuring works by Piazzolla, Pugliese, Gardel, Mores Discepolo, and others.
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.
Dancers tango and the music never stops at El Viejo Almacen—considered by locals to be one of the most traditional tango venue in Buenos Aires. Enjoy a classic show that is alive with music, poetry, and movement and features more than 20 artists on stage.
Verified traveller14 Sep. 2019
Wasn’t there long enough to judge