A tour taking in the highlights of Buenos Aires, including; the Government house, Colon theatre and the famous opera house. You also have the opportunity to visit the districts of San Telmo and Recoleta along with Palmero Park with its blossoming jacaranda trees
Make your way to Plaza Dorrego, this is the place to watch professional tango on the streets, it also has wonderful antiques markets. The plaza is closed to traffic and full of vendors selling a variety of interesting goods. The place to have a coffee and watch life go by. Best days are Saturday/Sunday.
The delta is a maze of waterways and channels on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. The day is spent exploring the canals by boat stopping off in the small settlements that line the banks of these waters
Apart from viewing the tango in one of the many courtyards you also have the chance to take in a more official show, which includes the porteno love songs and its intricate steps
The wealthiest of Buenos Aires Barrios, containing a variety of excellent restaurants and the Recoleta cemetery where Evita was buried, worth a visit
This world heritage city is situated one hour away by boat on the coast of Uruguay. With colonial architecture and narrow cobbled streets the city is best explored on foot.
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