4-Day Classic Buenos Aires Vacation Package - 4 Days

4-Day Classic Buenos Aires Vacation Package

4-Day Classic Buenos Aires Vacation Package. Discover the beauty and charm of Argentina with an enchanting Buenos Aires vacation package in the heart of the city! Explore the stunning city of Buenos Aires on a panoramic city tour, including Plaza de Mayo, the Obelisk, La Boca, Teatro Colon, and San Telmo Market.

Highlights

  • Explore the stunning city of Buenos Aires on a panoramic city tour, including Plaza de Mayo, the Obelisk, La Boca, Teatro Colon, and San Telmo Market
  • Enjoy a scenic journey through the Tigre Delta
  • Enjoy an exciting Tango Show
  • Airport Pick-up/Drop-off Included

4-Day Classic Buenos Aires Vacation Package

Discover the beauty and charm of Argentina with an enchanting Buenos Aires vacation package in the heart of the city!


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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Buenos Aires

Upon your arrival at Buenos Aires airport (Ezeiza or Aeroparque), you will be met and transferred to the Europlaza hotel in the city center.

The rest of the day will be free for you to spend at your leisure.

Day 2: Panoramic City Tour and Tango Show

Today we’ll introduce you to Buenos Aires, from the great attractions to the amazing culture, including an exciting Tango Show.

Discover Buenos Aires‘ charm. Great for first-time visitors, a three-hour city tour this morning or afternoon is a well-rounded introduction to the famous sights of Buenos Aires while leaving you with some free time to explore the city a little bit more.

After lunch, you’ll be picked up from your hotel and go on a three-hour bus tour, including the beautiful Recoleta and Palermo neighborhoods parks and gardens, the Colon Theatre, Mayo Square, Cathedral, traditional Mayo Street, Congress Square, and many other buildings and palaces.

We’re going to start our tour on one of the main avenues, July 9th Street, where we’ll see the Teatro Colon and the Obelisk. We will then visit the Plaza de Mayo, where we will make our first stop, there was the city’s cultural, political, and foundational epicenter; we will be able to take pictures of the Metropolitan Cathedral, the House of Government, the Cabildo.

The tour continues south through San Telmo’s old neighborhood, passing through Lezama Park, and then to La Boca neighborhood, where we have our second stop. Renowned for the Boca Juniors stadium, one of Argentina’s greatest exponents of passion: football; and significant for Caminito, one of the biggest tourist attractions, full of color, magic, and history.

Viejo Almacen Tango Show with Optional Dinner in Buenos Aires

We will travel to Puerto Madero after the break, which is one of Buenos Aires ‘ newest, most exclusive, and most trendy neighborhoods with its main areas of Retiro and Plaza San Martin.

We’re going to move on to Palermo, the largest green area in Buenos Aires.

The last neighborhood we’re going to visit is La Recoleta’s exclusive and elegant neighborhood to finish our journey to downtown Buenos Aires where we’re going to thank everybody on the tour hoping to get you back in the future.

At night, at about 8 pm, you will be picked up at your hotel for an exclusive dinner, followed by a tango show with the city’s best dancers. For over thirty choices you will enjoy an elegant three-step dinner for Argentine and foreign dishes. Starter, main course soft drinks, mineral water, wines from Finca Flichman winery, dessert, and coffee are included.

You can find the best Argentinian dishes such as rice, fish, pastas, and salad varieties on the menu.

Hot and cold end-Empanadas friezes. Meat, onions, scallions, eggs, peppers, and olives are stuffed.

Main course-grille bife de chorizo. Include potatoes, carrots, peas, tomatoes, red peppers, and green onions.

  • Onions, carrots, beans, sauce wok saute tenderloin.
  • Veal Tricolor mashed cutlets. Mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin.
  • Arugula gnocchi, arugula, roquefort cream of prosciutto and mozzarella.
  • stew cream shrimp sauce, peppers, onions, carrots, courgettes, and shrimps.
  • Tomatoes, carrots, eggplants, onions, peppers, and potatoes from the lamb and mushroom.

Dessert – Red fruit and Biscuit Chocolate.

Drinks— Malbec and Chardonnay wines (1 bottle for 2 persons) — Beer (free)— soda and ice (free)— coffee and tea (free) 10:15 pm: the show starts after a delicious dinner. A quartet of musicians begins playing classic tango pieces and on stage four pairs of dancers fall in love with precision and sensuality with the crowd.

Two singers blind the audience with their voices and the same will be complemented by tales of tango and Buenos Aires history, their characters, and situations from 1860 to the present.

11:30 pm: the party is coming to an end and we’re going to take you back to your hotel after a great cultural and gastronomic experience.

Day 3: Navigating to the Tigre Delta

“Watching the Delta” means appreciating the generosity of nature in this singular place of the world, which could never be invisible to your eyes.

You’ll be picked up from your hotel in the morning, boarding a convenient bus, and heading up north to Tigre.

The first stop will be in San Isidro City, where our guides will take you to visit San Isidro’s magnificent Cathedral and famous mansions owned by Buenos Aires ‘ ancient aristocratic families. Then you are going to continue the ride to Tigre.

Private Boat TripTour to Tigre Delta

We’re going to climb onboard a catamaran in Tigre where we’re going to enjoy a 40 minute Delta ride. The ecosystem of rivers and streams that cross various islands can be seen there.

You can see the local people’s lifestyle and how they communicate with river-based services: ships, rafts, water taxis. You’ll also see president Sarmiento’s house museum and houses built on stilts.

You must return to the port at the end of the boat trip to board the bus again and return to Buenos Aires.

We’ll visit the Presidential Residence (Quinta de Olivos) on the way back to Buenos Aires.

Day 4: Buenos Aires Departure

In the morning, after breakfast, you will check out at your hotel and you will have free time until your vehicle picks you up to drive you to the airport.

This completes our 4-Day Classic Buenos Aires Vacation Package.

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