“JAIME MET US , AND GREETED ME LIKE AN OLD FRIEND – BIG HUGS AND KISSES ON BOTH CHEEKS… WE HAVE BEEN EMAILING BACK AND FORTH SINCE LAST MARCH ABOUT ALL THESE TOURS, AND YES, I FELT LIKE I WAS GREETING SOMEONE I KNEW QUITE WELL, RATHER THAN MEETING HIM OF THE FIRST TIME!”
JUST LIKE A LOCAL, EXPERIENCING BUENOS AIRES WITH YOUR VERY OWN GUIDE. 3.5 OR 7 HOURS.
Buenos Aires- often called Paris of the South, the capital of Argentina, the city where old meets new, European meets Latino-American creating a mix of cultures and identities. Although you can see the influences of Spain and France here, the city has a vibe of its own.
A layman would automatically link this city with tango, steak, and wine- but is that all that this amazing city has to offer? Of course not, let us introduce you to this city of vibrant and colorful life.
Your tour starts at the city center full of old fashioned cafes, 19th-century buildings where you can feel the energy and passion of the city. Plaza de Mayo (May Square) is a perfect place to start the tour surrounded by the impressive National Congress (The Parliament), the Government House (Casa Rosada), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (City Hall during the Spanish colonial period).- Your travel continuous to the famous Colon Theatre (Teatro Colon) one of the best Opera Houses around the world which is the cultural pride of the city.-
Next, our tour guide will take you to the traditional San Telmo neighborhood in which you’ll be taken back in history, the oldest barrio (neighborhood) in Buenos Aires. The streets of San Telmo are filled with dancers and street artists, a good place to shop souvenirs and have a coffee or glass of wine – (On Sunday visits you will be able to visit the Flea Market).-
The tour guide then leads you to La Boca neighborhood, the first settlement for the Italian immigrants, where you will enjoy the colorful architecture. We will continue our tour passing by Puerto Madero on the way to Palermo, the largest residential neighborhood of the city with one of its side on Rio de la Plata. In this barrio, you are going to enjoy the Palermo Parks, City Zoo and the Planetarium.- and if you are traveling with kids, this part of the Buenos Aires will be their favorite. Finally, we will go to Recoleta, the most elegant neighborhood of the city with its famous cemetery, boutiques, gourmet restaurants and side wall cafe’s under fichus trees which is also the cultural center of the Buenos Aires, where most of the national museums and libraries are locate
If you haven’t had enough of your South America tour, consider an excursion to the Montevideo
¡Don’t forget! This is a TAILOR MADE TRIP, we can change according your needs to provide you the best experience of your life.
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GUIDE TO EXPLORING SOUTH AMERICA
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We’re not a big company, and we don’t pretend to be. We like to keep close to our customers and our offer range from tailor made South America tours and customized tours with private tour guides for single travelers and small groups. We will give our best to make your South America tour unforgettable and we will leave nothing to chance.
We ensures in the South America tours that all its partners are ‘environmentally friendly’ to preserve our environment for those who follow us. We will continue to promote sustainable and responsible tourism to ensure everything for generations to come.
QUALITY GUIDES AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
Behind every outstanding travel experience stands a great tour guide. We select only the best tour guides; great attention is paid to their training and social skills. They are not just history teachers who will provide you just with dates and names but they will also tell you about the culture, people, customs and else of South America.