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4-Day Buenos Aires Discovery

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Day 1 : Arrival

Visiting: Buenos Aires

Greeting at airport and transfer in a shared van to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.

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  • Standard Lodging: Hotel de las Americas
  • Luxury Lodging: Melia Buenos Aires
  • Elite Lodging: upon request

Day 2 : Half-day city tour

Visiting: Buenos Aires

Enjoy a morning tour of the Capital Federal. You'll visit the National Congress, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Government House and the area of the Plaza de Mayo. The tour also visits the San Telmo, La Boca, Palermo and Recoleta neighborhoods.

Free time in the afternoon.

Recommended additional tour: evening trip to the Casa de Tango "Esquina Carlos Gardel." Price: $145 per person/ shared basis. Includes Tango Show, dinner, and transfers. $105 without dinner.

  • Meals: B
  • Standard Lodging: Hotel de las Americas
  • Luxury Lodging: Melia Buenos Aires
  • Elite Lodging: upon request

Day 3 : Buenos Aires free day

Visiting: Buenos Aires

Free day to discover the city.

Recommended additional tour: Fiesta Gaucha day tour to the Estancia Argentina "Don Silvano," located in San Antonio de Areco. A great day in the countryside to discover the Gaucho way of life. You'll enjoy a horseback riding exhibition and a traditional grill luncheon with Argentine wine. Price: $95 per person/ shared basis/ minimum of 2 people, maximum of 15 people.

  • Meals: B
  • Standard Lodging: Hotel de las Americas
  • Luxury Lodging: Melia Buenos Aires
  • Elite Lodging: upon request

Day 4 : Departure

Visiting: Buenos Aires

Pick up at your hotel and transfer to the airport.

  • Meals: B

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