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Find the right tour for you through Buenos Aires. We've got 603 adventures going to Buenos Aires, starting from just one day in length, and the longest tour is 131 days. The most popular month to go is October, which has the largest number of tour departures.

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4-Day Best of Buenos Aires Tour Tour

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4-Day Best of Buenos Aires Tour

We very much enjoyed our 4 Day Best of BA tour & the additional Gaucho Day at Don Silvano Ranch. We felt that we got a very good sampling of BA in the short amount of time we had to spend there. Our guides were excellent and we would recommend this tour to friends.

Buenos Aires, 3 days Tour

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Buenos Aires, 3 days

Micaela was very prompt and courteous in reaching out it me and communicating and coordinating my travel and made sure my trip was enjoyable. She arranged my Transportarion.

Brazil and Argentina with Iguazu Falls 4 Star Tour

Brazil and Argentina with Iguazu Falls 4 Star

Wanderful Holidays tour company did an excellent job for us. When we arrived at Iguazu Falls, we realized we were missing one of our suitcases. It turns out, Aerolineas Argentinas had lost our suitcase. Your customer service representatives went above and beyond in assisting us and trying to help us locate our suitcase. They even had a representative go to the airport to track our suitcase down. Although, it was ultimately Aerolineas Argentinas that located and returned our suitcase, I still want to commend and recognize the wonderful customer service your team provided us during a stressful time in a foreign country. Thank you very much!

Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro: Falls & Footy Tour

Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro: Falls & Footy

I did this tour in July 2016. It was absolutely fantastic. Had the best time. Surprised by how nice the accommodation was. Booked last minute and G Adventures were really good about organising everything. Guide was great, had good knowledge of the places we were going, and knew all the best places to party.

Best of Argentina & Brazil Tour

Best of Argentina & Brazil

Great trip! Very well organized and lots of fun! Perfect amount of activities, adventure, and free time to explore on your own.

Buenos Aires and Uruguay – 3 Nights Tour

Buenos Aires and Uruguay – 3 Nights

Premium Argentina & Brazil Tour

Premium Argentina & Brazil

Action-packed sightseeing of amazing waterfalls, great food and beautiful beaches. Hotels were wonderful and nice and the team was very organized

Iguassu & Beyond Tour

Iguassu & Beyond

This trip was truly amazing! Full of once in a lifetime (maybe!!) experiences, great staff, and the tour group really bonded over the course of the trip. Transportation was efficient and got us to and from safely every time.

Buenos Aires & Colonia del Sacramento Tour

Buenos Aires & Colonia del Sacramento

Argentina & Brazil Adventure Tour

Argentina & Brazil Adventure

In November 2017 I did the Intrepid Argentina & Brazil Adventure and the whole thing blew my mind! We had less than 12 people on our trip and the leader Yamila looked after us all as if we were here family even taking us into the suburbs of Buenos Aires to eat at her favorite resteraunt in her local area. It was such a great feeling to be surrounded by locals and not see 1 tourist for the evening. The trip ticked everything that I wanted to see, showed me a side to the cities I would never have seen on my own or in a big group - Yamila even helped me find a ticket to Super Classico which is something I never thought I would have ever been able to attend. This was was such much for than a tour - rather a genuine adventure! Oh and Iguazu is unlike anything I have seen before! You must do the jet boat!

5-Day Buenos Aires Luxury Tour Tour

5-Day Buenos Aires Luxury Tour

Amazing Buenos Aires Tour

Amazing Buenos Aires

Bus Trip to Iguazu from Buenos Aires Tour

Bus Trip to Iguazu from Buenos Aires

Bus delayed, transfer to the hotel was not there on arrival. However emergency contact was engar to help, tour was good.

4 Days Discovery @ Buenos Aires Tour

4 Days Discovery @ Buenos Aires

A perfect city, it reminded me a lot of Madrid and Paris. If it had the sea it would be perfect.
  • 10% deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Patagonia Adventure Tour (15 Nights) Tour

Patagonia Adventure Tour (15 Nights)

This is an epic adventure with excellent support from the HI Travel team where you witness the vastness of Patagonia and (almost) all it has to offer from epic scenery to incredible wildlife. Everything booked via the tour went to plan except for a few minor delays with buses but the team kept me informed and answered any questions almost immediately.

What people love about Buenos Aires Tours

We very much enjoyed our 4 Day Best of BA tour & the additional Gaucho Day at Don Silvano Ranch. We felt that we got a very good sampling of BA in the short amount of time we had to spend there. Our guides were excellent and we would recommend this tour to friends.
Just back home from South America, Santiago region in Chile and Buenos Aires in Argentina. Thanks to the very professional and warm services of our travel agent Bernard Bacle at Club Aventure Travel in Ottawa, Canada we tailored a made to measure trip to these two regions. Bernard Bacle arranged with a local partner Aborigen Tours to provide transfer and guide services all along our journey in Santiago (Chile) and region and Buenos Aires (Argentina). A huge part of the success of this trip was the use of guides to accompany my wife and I. Arriving in Santiago (SCL) we slept at the airport Holiday Inn. Then the following morning we were picked by a chauffeur Mario and guide Edmundo for two days to and from Valparaiso and Viña del Mar. Edmundo and Mario teamed up to give incredible service. They were so knowledgeable, warm, friendly, and completely at our service. The program they had in store for us was varied and included info on history, geography, social issues, culture, politics, and every subject we would find to discuss about. Back in Santiago we were taken on a ½ day tour and visited interesting venues. Then we transferred to Buenos Aires, Argentina where another guide Micaela and driver Rodrigo took us from the airport to our hotel. We had an unusual experience in the hotel since our room was broken into and the room safe was stolen; in fact it was put in my wife’s travel suitcase, meaning that not only did we loose an iPad and papers (that were placed in the safe) but also much of my wife’s clothing and accessories (ie camera spare battery and charger and more items). We contacted Micaela and she came to our rescue the very next day by accompanying us to two shopping malls to replace as much items as we could, since we were boarding a cruise ship on that day. When we came back to Buenos Aires at the end of the cruise, we had arranged with this same company to pick us at the cruise terminal and transfer us to the same hotel. It was then Gabriel the company owner that completed this task. Furthermore, he helped us negociate with the hotel to get them to refund all the belongings we had lost in this robbery. Finally, the hotel offered a good compensation and we continued shopping to replace every item once back home. We had another wonderful guided walking tour in Buenos Aires with Joëlle, very charming person and sooo knowledgeable and interesting. I can’t say enough about the total dedication to us by Aborigen Tours. Customer satisfaction is their number one priority and they, by far, exceeded all our expectations! Very professional, always on time, new and clean vehicles, very nice drivers and guides. Everything flowed smoothly! Excellent tour, services and attention from all the team Aborigen Tours. Thanks for making an amazing trip for us. We very warmly recommend both Bernard Bacle at Club Aventure Travel in Ottawa and Gabriel and his staff at Aborigen Tours in Argentina
Wow what a four. While relatively short, this was a great trip to see the highlights of Argentina and Brazil. There was a perfect amount of time at each location to take in the sights and we did it feel rushed at all. We did a bit of an add on and went to a tango show as well As both sides of Iguazú Falls and a jeep tour in Rio. All Were well worth it and I'm glad we added these on. The transfers and tour guides etc were first rate and everything was well organized. The tour team kept in daily communication amd confounded all our pick up times daily and when we had some minor provider issues they were very quick to rectify and make right. Everything for transfers , flights and a conflation was great. . Cannot talk more highly of this tour and the providers - Wandeful Holidays provide such a personalized service and you do not feel like another number . It was so assuring to know they were only a call or message away if we needed assistance and that gave us great peace of mind. Highly recommend this tour for anyone wanting to see the sights of Brazil and Argentina.

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10 Best Tours in Buenos Aires

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Graffitimundo Street Art Origins Tour Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

Latin America’s most cultural city, Buenos Aires, is packed with tours, from arts and design to personal shopping and fascinating street art. Shop Hop shares an address book bursting with leather tailors and designers who can whip up jackets in 24 hours, the Pope Tour offers a close-up of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's life before he became Francis I, and much, much more.

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This is a private offering, and can be a walking tour or in a vehicle, depending on your budget (there are also group tours). What's key is that each tour is made to measure, like the jacket or purse you might acquire.

Parilla Food Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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Carnivores unite, as this group walking tour will leave you stuffed and ready for a siesta. Groups of around 12 diners gather at a designated meeting point, one of three steakhouses to be visited. You definitely need to reserve.

Buenos Aires Cultural Concierge's Art Insider Tour Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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Art lovers will want to sign up for this private tour, which includes one-on-one time with a guide who's plugged in and introduces you to buyers, curators, and gallerists along the way. It will feel like you belong to the art world, with everyone giving you the time to explain their concepts and exhibits in the smallest to the largest of spaces.

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All aboard the papal double decker! This is a well-organized hop-on, hop-off tour led by the city tourist board, which makes it free. And why take it? To delve into the life of Pope Francis, who moved from Buenos Aires to the Vatican in 2013. Book ahead, as you need to show ID to get on board.

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BA Free Tour Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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This tour has both a homespun and professional feel at the same time, and if you just landed in BA, this is a great "free" option to get in on. There are a number of tours around the city, so visitors have the option of getting familiar with several neighborhoods.

BA Bikes Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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Headquartered at the BA Bikes office and workshop, this is a slick operation dealing in numerous tours in different neighborhoods every day. The South tour is tempting, thanks to the big-hitting sights on the map, but you can also take a private bike tour or go over to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay for the day. Reservations required.

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On this tour, walking around this vibrant barrio and hearing the tango tales gave great insight into the Abasto neighborhood. With a bilingual guide leading us through the colorful streets, pointing out relevant fileteado —curvy stylized artwork—and sites along the way, one key stop includes visiting the time-warped home of legendary tango crooner Carlos Gardel.

Graffitimundo Street Art Origins Tour Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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Book ahead for a space on this group street-art tour run by Graffitimundo, a slick operation led by young bilingual guides plugged into the local scene. The two-hour walking tour, which draws visitors from all corners of the world, kicks off at a meeting point specific to your tour, though on any of the three, you can expect insight into recent Argentine history and the sociopolitical influences driving the city's art scene.

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Wannabe Leibovitzes gather for this fascinating tour, organized by photographers who want to show you elements of Buenos Aires through a lens. Take a group or private tour, and enhance your photo skills while focusing on architecture, food, or street art. You'll need to book ahead, even for the iPhoneography workshop, where you snap the city with your cell.

BA Tours Barrios Futboleros  Rivalidades históricas Tour Buenos Aires Argentina

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This city tourism board-organized bus tour gets soccer fans up close and personal to Argentina's biggest names, from Boca Juniors to River Plate. Anyone who has ever kicked a spherical ball about and been hooked, or anyone who's ever watched the World Cup and screamed at the TV—this tour is for you.

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1. Buenos Aires City Private Tour with Local Guide

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2. Sherpa Food Tour: Local Foodie Adventure in Buenos Aires

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3. Early Tango Dinner Show with Semi Private Transfer

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4. Private City Tour with Local Guide in Buenos Aires Full Day

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5. Tigre Delta with Private Navigation with Local Guide

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6. Gaucho Day Tour Ranch at an Estancia from Buenos Aires

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7. Buenos Aires Small-Group City Tour

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8. 4 Hour Private Argentine Cooking Lessons and Wine Testing

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9. Bike Tour: Half-Day City Highlights of Buenos Aires

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10. Tigre Delta Premium Tour: Northern Buenos Aires Overview

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11. @argentinahighlights Private City Tour in Buenos Aires

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12. Colonia Premium Day Tour From Buenos Aires

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13. Entrance to Señor Tango Show with Dinner in Buenos Aires

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14. Criolla Cooking: Argentine Masterclass of Meat, Empanadas & More

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15. Gaucho Small-Group Full Day at a Farm in Buenos Aires

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16. Teatro Astor Piazzolla Skip-the-Line Ticket

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17. Iguazu Falls Private Full Day with Airfare from Buenos Aires

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18. Argentine Wine Tasting in Caminito with Appetizers Included

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19. Tigre Delta Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

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20. Argentine Experience: Immersive 6 Course Menu with Wine Tasting

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21. Private Transfer EZE Airport - Capital Federal

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22. Half Day Excursion to the Tigre Delta with Gastronomic Stop

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23. Skip the Line Ticket for Tango Porteño Show with Dinner

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24. Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

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25. Let's taste Argentine Wines, Tapas and get to know the Palermo neighborhood

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26. Private City Tour of the city + Tigre Delta with Local Guide

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27. Pachamama - Argentine Cooking Experience in Buenos Aires

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28. Teatro Colon Guided Tour Admission Ticket

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29. El Viejo Almacen Tango Show from Buenos Aires

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30. 3-Hour Buenos Aires Empanadas and Alfajores Guided Cooking Class

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Buenos Aires City & Day Tours

A gaucho on a horse at the Mataderos Fair outside Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a large and lively city with a unique 400+-year trajectory, an abundance of culture, art and endless activities to discover. 

There are so many attractions in South America’s most European capital that it can be difficult for visitors to prioritize if they have a finite time frame to explore the city.

This is where a professional city, boat or bike or even food tour can help visitors get a handle on the highlights.

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Group Tours in Buenos Aires

First-time visitors may want to take a general tour, such as the Buenos Aires Walking Tour to get oriented in the city and learn how to use public transportation when first arriving.

Those who prefer two wheels may want to get the lay of the land on a bike tour, covering either the northern or southern side of the city.

Popular tours include those to some of Argentina’s most renowned estancias (horse ranch), boat tours on the River Plate, wine tastings and specialty food tours to learn all about Argentine cuisine and wine.

Buenos Aires Walking Tours

Wander through the streets at a comfortable pace to uncover the flavor of the city’s many unique neighborhoods. 

Discover the Plaza de Mayo that front the pink government house, the Casa Rosada, shouldered by the old Cabildo and the Metropolitan Cathedral, where Pope Francis served as Arch Bishop. Glimpse the dapper Grenadiers changing guard.

Stroll through the colorful streets of historic San Telmo, with its cobblestone streets, antique shops and rhythmic energy of street performers in Plaza Dorrego. 

Drop into lively La Boca, famous for its vividly painted houses on ‘El Caminito’ (Little Walkway) and sultry tango dancers, 

Discover the architectural grandeur of Recoleta, which tells stories of the past, not least through its renowned cemetery.

Meander through the bustling streets of Palermo, filled with great street art and cool markets. 

Along the way, learn about the importance of tango, football and cultural influences of Buenos Aires’ many immigrants.

Walking tours are a great way to discover the city’s heartbeat, and understand the history that led to the vibrant, contemporary life of this great Latin American cultural capital.

Every day, 10:45 a.m./2:15 p.m. Duration: 6 hours

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Buenos Aires City & Boat Tour

Boats on the Rio de la Plata in the Puerto Madero neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

A well-rounded half-day city tour that includes seeing the sights by land and water.

Starting in Palermo this tour takes visitors down the famous 9 de Julio, by the Colón Theater and Obelisco with a photo stop at the city’s political epicenter, Plaza de Mayo .

After heading through San Telmo , visitors reach La Boca to check out the city’s most famous street, El Caminito .

Next the group heads to Puerto Madero for a 30 minute boat ride along the Rio de Plata for panoramic views of the city and green spaces of Buenos Aires’ newest neighborhood. Tour includes pickup for central Buenos Aires.

Another favorite is the short but sweet Puerto Madero sunset cruise with an open bar.

Buenos Aires Bike Tour (southside)

Every day 9:30 a.m. & 2 p.m Duration: 4 hours

Explore with a small group important buildings in the city center as well as La Boca and Caminito , San Telmo , Puerto Madero and the Ecological Reserve while learning about the history of these neighborhoods.

A fun and relaxed bike tour! Lunch, helmets and bikes included.

Buenos Aires Bike Tour (northside)

This bike tour pedals to all the top tourist spots on the northside of Buenos Aires. Explore the streets of the french Aristocratic styled-area of Recoleta wander Recoleta, including the famous Recoleta cemetery .

Ride along the panoramic bike path along Avenida Del Libertador, up to the Planetarium and the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo forest). The informative guide knows the best bike paths through the city. Lunch included, helmets and bikes included.

Tigre Bike & Canoe Tour

Sat, Sun & holidays 9 a.m. Duration: 9 hours

Meet in Buenos Aires and then take your bike on the train, just like a local. Once in the tranquil town of Tigre , hop on a canoe to reach the remote Delta islands where you can swim or sunbathe and enjoy a typical Milanesa sandwich for lunch.

Row back to the mainland and then ride to the Puerto de Frutos and explore Tigre’s downtown before heading back to Buenos Aires.

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Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour

Every Wednesday 1:45 p.m. Duration: 2 hours, 45 minutes

A graffiti tour covering some of the city’s best street art in the neighborhoods of Barracas, La Boca and San Telmo as well as more industrial areas of the city. Visitors also get to see Argentina’s largest piece of street art, painted by Alfredo Segatori.

If you prefer to walk, check out the Buenos Aires Graffiti Walking Tour,  which takes place every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoon.

San Antonio de Areco Estancia Tour

Saturdays, 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m Duration: Full day

Head to the famous Argentine Pampas, to the charming town of San Antonio de Areco ,  116km from Buenos Aires. This is one of the most famous Pampa towns, known for its literary tradition of gaucho life.

This tour takes visitors to La Estancia El Ombú , a working ranch that raises Hereford and Aberdeen Angus Stock.

Try out stock-rearing activities, ride a horse or horse-drawn carriage, bike in the fresh country air, or observe bird life on the pampas with binoculars provided.

Guests hang out with real gauchos, enjoy live folkloric music and a delicious asado lunch of the quality you’ll only find on the pampas.

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Fiesta Gaucha La Candelaria

US$175 Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays 9.a.m.-6p.m. Duration: 9 hours

A full-day excursion to the historic La Candelaría estancia (ranch). After a reception with snacks and refreshments, get a tour of the estancia’s Renaissance-style castle (in English or Spanish). The rest of the morning enjoy horseback riding, or a ride in a sulky. Lunch is a traditional country asado that includes a variety of cuts of meat, followed by dessert. Enjoy a folkloric music and dance performance and traditional creole horse game demonstration. The day ends with merienda and the chance to try mate before heading back to Buenos Aires. We are also happy to arrange longer stays at the estancia.

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Milonga Tour

Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 2 p.m. Duration: 4 hours

Dive into the world of tango and learn the codes of the dance on the Buenos Aires’ Milonga Tour.

The night starts with pick up around 8:30 p.m. The group will head to San Telmo, one of the neighborhoods that birthed the tango, to visit a traditional milonga.

Once there, the group will practice the fundamental steps of Tango, Once everybody has polished their dance steps, the genuine milonga will start at around 10:30.

At 11:00 p.m., a typical tango ensemble will play live, so dancers can practice their steps as the locals do. When the music ends, you can stay for more dancing or head back to your lodging.

Also see our Tango Show & Tango Activity list.

Half-Day Trip to La Plata

Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat 9 a.m. Duration: Four hours

A day trip to visit Argentina’s second city and the capital of Buenos Aires Province, La Plata . See why La Plata is considered an example of successful 19th century urban planning with its well-laid out, tree-lined streets.

On this tour you’ll visit the looming neo-gothic Cathedral, the city diagonals, the Astronomical observatory, the Argentine Theater and the celebrated Natural Science Museum, the most important museum of its kind in South America. Tickets to the museum and transport included.

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Polo Day with Lesson

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US$220 Every day 10:30 a.m. Duration: Eight hours

A full day polo excursion to learn all about Argentina’s most exclusive sport. The day starts with an educational talk about polo and the horses over a snack of empanadas and wine.

Visitors will then watch a live game using 30 horses, with a bilingual commentator explaining the ins and outs of the game.

Lunch is a traditional asado (barbecue) with appetizers, beef and sausages (vegetarian options available) and wine. After a break laying around the pool or walking the countryside, there is a polo lesson. No previous experience riding horses necessary.

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Pope Francis Tour

US$65 Everyday 10 am Duration: 3 hours

The ultimate Pope Francis Tour in the city where the Catholic holy leader grew up.

Visit Jorge Bergoglio’s old parish, the Metropolitan Cathedral, where citizens gathered after he was declared pope, the working class neighborhood of Flores, where he grew up and the Basílica San José de Flores, where Francis began his religious vocation.

Free San Telmo Walking Tour

Friday or Saturday by client request, 3:00 p.m. Duration: 2-2.5 hours

Take a relaxed walking tour along the cobblestone streets of San Telmo . Named after the Patron Saint of seafarers, San Telmo has a long history as Buenos Aires’ most bohemian and culturally diverse neighborhood.

Learn how the locals fought off the British Invasion on these streets, get to know Parque Lezama, one of the oldest Cathedrals in Buenos Aires, San Telmo Market , Plaza Dorrego, the wonderful street art of the neighborhood and charming little backstreets that most visitors never see.

* This free boutique tour conducted by the owner of this website, a 20-year San Telmo resident, is arranged by special request of our clients. If we already have tour going, others are free to join — get in touch to find out if we are running the tour!

Private Tours in Buenos Aires

Private delta & river plate sailboat cruise.

Private Buenos Aires Sailboat Tour on the River Plate

US$300 per group

Private transport to and from Buenos Aires to the dock costs an additional $50

Every day (weather permitting) Duration: 4 hours

Enjoy the ‘good air’ of Buenos Aires on the River Delta in the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires.

Climb aboard a private sailboat welcomed by your friendly English-speaking captain, a certified sailboat tour guide with 35 years of sailing experience.

The tour departs from the nautical club of San Isidro, onto the Lujan River, travels through the canal connecting it to the San Antonio river and onto the River Plate until reaching the historic town of Olivos.

Alternately your group can choose a River Plate-only cruise to Buenos Aires, enjoying great views of the shore.

Drinks, snacks, life vests and all safety gear included. Up to five passengers.

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Private Tango Tour and Intro Tango Lesson

US$170 (min. 2 people) Every day, on request Duration: 3 hours

This private tango tour starts off with a snack at San Telmo’s traditional 19th century bar, El Federal.

Tango maestro Facundo Gil Jauregui explains the song, dance, culture and codes of Buenos Aires’ tango lifestyle and introduces some important landmarks in the city’s most important tango neighborhoods, La Boca and San Telmo .

Next the group head to Jolie Bistro where they will enjoy a drink while seeing a private performance.

That is followed by a one-hour class that covers the fundamentals of embracing and walking in Argentine tango.

→ Also check out our Tango Show & Tango Classes & Milonga Activity list

Buenos Aires Architecture Tour

US$90 (min. 2 people) Every day, on request Duration: 3 hours

Discover the emblematic buildings of Buenos Aires and the historic events that took place here.

This walking tour starts in the city center with its baroque government buildings that date from colonial times.

Moving along May Avenue, explore the eclectic European influence with art nouveau, neo-renaissance and beaux arts buildings that recall Buenos Aires’ golden era.

See Cafe Tortoni , a long-time literary gathering place, Palacio Barolo, inspired by Dante’s Inferno.

The end point is Plaza Congreso and the neo-classical Congress building.

Jewish Buenos Aires Tour

US$200 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur Duration: 4 hours

Argentina has the largest Jewish community in South America , with about half residing in Buenos Aires.

Learn about this rich history from the early Jewish Portuguese immigrant traders, to the influx of those escaping religious persecution after World War II to today.

Hear about Jewish cultural contributions from Yiddish theater to hearty cuisine, see Buenos Aires Jewish sites of interest and learn about today’s Porteño Jewish community.

Buenos Aires Literary Tour

US$90 Everyday Duration: Three hours

A three-hour walking tour exploring the Palermo neighborhood’s streets and cafes, described in some of Argentina’s best known literature.

Texts discussed include ‘Mythical Foundation of Buenos Aires’, by Jorge Louis Borges; ‘Martín Fierrro’, by José Hernández; and ‘The Slaughter Yard’, by Esteban Echeverría.

Feria de Mataderos Private Tour

Minimum 2 people Every Sunday 12:30 p.m. (Mid March—Mid December) Duration: 5.5 hours

The Feria de Mataderos , is the largest weekly fair in Argentina, with over 10,000 visitors every week.

It takes place in the ‘neighborhood of the Argentinean Gaucho,’ right outside the city, once the home to the city’s slaughterhouses.

Today rural and urban culture collide at this fair that features equestrian activities, handicrafts, typical Argentine food, and live folkloric music and dance .

Enjoy live horse games, dance folklore, explore gaucho handicrafts and have a traditional provincial lunch. Lunch + transport included.

Buenos Aires Food & Drink Tours

Buenos aires craft beer tour.

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Every evening (upon request)

Enjoy the more grown-up version of the Buenos Aires’ Pub Crawl — a Buenos Aires’ artisanal beer and neighborhood bar tour.

This walking tour takes place in the lesser-known leafy neighborhood of Colegiales. 

You will enjoy a total of eight different half pints of beer plus empanadas at two microbreweries and one pub, all the while learning about the neighborhood and the history of beer in Argentina.

Palermo Boutique Wine Tasting

Every day, 5:00p.m. Duration: 90 minutes

A premium wine tasting in Palermo Soho . Discover six of Argentina’s most celebrated boutique wines from various wine-producing regions of the country.

This bodega is an emblematic wine cellar in a picturesque area of Palermo.

Wines are accompanied by a typical Argentine picada of high-quality meats and cheeses. A must-do activity for wine-lovers visiting Buenos Aires.

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The Argentine Route of Classic Wine

US$46/ with tango show & dinner $160 Mon—Sat 7:00 p.m. Duration: 2 hours

A wine tasting that takes you through the principle wine-producing regions of Argentina in the historic Querandi tango house .

Starting in the northwest, the sommelier presents a Torrontés with empanadas . From Patagonia, a Pinot Noir with a mushroom crustini.

Lastly, a classic  Malbec from the Cuyo region is accompanied by beef skewers. A great start to an evening wandering around the most historic district of Buenos Aires.

Book in combination with their tango show and dinner for an exciting evening.

5-Course Steak Dinner, Closed Door Restaurant

Every Mon, Tue, Thur & Sat Duration: 3.5 hours

Puerta Cerradas are ‘closed door’ restaurants of Buenos Aires that are not open to the general public.

One of the most celebrated puerta cerradas features a traditional family-style asado (Argentine barbecue) in a private loft in Palermo Soho.

Guests enjoy a five-course meal including a picada (cheese and cold-cut platter), salad, ‘ achuras ‘ (grilled appetizers), a delicious juicy steak and a traditional Argentine dessert.

Each course is paired with a specialty boutique wine chosen by the chef.

Authentic Asado Food Tour

Food & beverages included Most days, 10:30 a.m. Duration: 4.5 hours

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Enjoy a typical weekend family asado (barbecue) with a small group. Shop on the cobblestone streets of Palermo Viejo just like a local, and then help prepare the asado in a family home.

Learn how to prep the meat, build the fire, prepare side dishes and then pig-out on meat and Malbec like at any Sunday asado.

Buenos Aires Parilla Tour

Tue, Thur & Sat 12pm Duration: 3 hours

Eat your way through the historic San Telmo neighborhood on this tour designed to discover the most traditional cuisine Buenos Aires has to offer.

This relaxed and social tour hits some of the city’s most famous San Telmo parillas where you learn about Argentine cuts of meat , with plenty of treats along the way.

Discuss Argentine culinary traditions, ending with scoops of the celebrated homemade Italian style ice cream.

The Buenos Aires Pub Crawl

Everyday, 10 p.m. duration: 3-5 hours.

Buenos Aires is known for its wild nightlife scene and for more than five years the Buenos Aires Pub Crawl has led the way for travelers looking to enjoy a raucous night.

With a friendly, safety-conscious international crew of staff and pub crawlers ready to have fun, the pub crawl happens every night of the week in the hottest bars in the coolest neighborhoods. Saturdays is the Gay Pub Crawl.

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Includes transport from San Telmo Mon—Sat 6:30 p.m. Duration: Five hours

A culinary experience with an intimate group, the this excursion helps visitors get a handle on Argentine cuisine and dining customs at the beginning of an Argentina trip.

Learn how to make and drink mate, learn hot to make empanadas , and how to order the perfect steak.

Finally the group sits down to enjoy a typical Argentine dinner as the wine flows.

Dessert will be alfajores made by guests themselves. Includes pick-up and drop-off.

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Aldo’s Restoran & Vinoteca

This restaurant and wine shop is an upscale eatery serving a short, gourmet menu of steaks, seafood and pasta dishes, plus small plates and charcuterie,…

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Salón Canning

Salón Canning

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This former power station has been transformed into a spectacular concert venue in an effort to regenerate a somewhat sketchy area of La Boca. It’s a…

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Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

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Feria de Mataderos

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Ana Gabriel se reencontró anoche con el público porteño: “No sé si podré volver, pero esta no es la gira de despedida”

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Con precisa puntualidad -esa a la que, por estas pampas, estamos poco acostumbrados-, Ana Gabriel subió anoche al escenario del Movistar Arena para seguir celebrando en gira de conciertos, sus 50 años de carrera. Primero, una pantalla llena de fuegos y explosiones. Luego, la imagen de la protagonista, también en pantalla, soplando velitas de una torta que, justamente, indicaba este aniversario. Después, a contraluz, apareció la silueta de la cantante, recortada en blanco contra el negro de su chaqueta, mientras que el coro daba las primeras pistas de la canción que serviría de apertura para esa nueva parada del tour Un deseo más . “Esta noche” fue la canción elegida, porque es el ideal para comenzar. Es aquella que dice. “Esta noche yo te haré feliz. Daré a tu mundo una ilusión. Me vestiré de luna y haremos una fiesta de amor”. En seguida, toda una autodefinición con “Soy lo que quise ser”: “Soy como quise ser. Y nadie me controla el alma. Amé cuanto pude amar. Gocé de todo en abundancia. La vida yo disfruté. Y nunca me he negado nada”.

Ana Gabriel a los 68. Dio un recital de tres horas en el Movistar Arena

De allí en adelante, se escuchó el tono romántico que dominó toda su carrera. Con las baladas, con las canciones de medio tempo y con esas pinceladas de ritmos mexicanos, que se impusieron en la segunda parte del espectáculo. A pocos minutos del inicio, el público ya estaba enfervorizado y coreando el clásico “Olé, olé olé”. “Está ‘friíto’, pero con el calor de todos voy a salir sudando -dijo la cantante-. Vengo a festejar los 50 aunque los cumplí hace 18. Hace 50 salió mi primera grabación. Muchas cosas, terremotos y tsunamis. A medida que voy cruzando esta gira me doy cuenta de lo importante que es agradecer. Y de estar en Buenos Aires. Primero se resistió, pero por muchos inmigrantes [que viven en la Argentina] pude entrar”, aseguró. Y arengó al público de Colombia y de Venezuela que estaba en la sala.

Mientras tanto, afuera, el desfile de autos era de varias cuadras, quizá porque se trató de un día diferente. El paro general redujo notablemente las líneas de colectivos y sin posibilidad de trenes y subtes, muchos optaron por coches propios, taxis o autos de servicios de app. “No lo dude, estacionamiento privado -gritaba un hombre, vestido con chaqueta fluorescente, mientras daba indicaciones-. Y si dan una vuelta más buscando lugar, se pierden el comienzo del show”. Y tenía razón. Era eso o caer, unas cuadras más allá, en manos de los trapitos. Los que no aceptaron las ofertas seguramente se perdieron los primeros minutos de ese show que a las 21 se había puesto en marcha.

¡Feliz día internacional de Ana Gabriel! Sra. bonita @ANAGABRIELRL , que nos resten muchos 9 de mayo por delante, es más, dúreme siempre 😍🤩. #AnaGabriel pic.twitter.com/CWTi7rjFA2 — • May • (@Mayris293) May 9, 2024

En la puerta de la sala todavía quedaba algo de gente haciendo la fila para ingresar. Entre ese público mayoritariamente femenino estaban María y Gisela, madre e hija, que recordaban cuando habían ido al recital que Ana Gabriel había dado en el Luna Park, en 2014. En esa fila también estaban María Del Valle, Carolina y Alejandra, dos venezolanas y una dominicana, que contaron que escuchaban a la cantante casi desde la cuna. Adentro sonaba “Tu y yo” , con esa voz levemente disfónica, que siempre ha sido el color y el sello de Ana Gabriel.

“¿Cuándo se festeja el Día de la madre?, indagó entre las primeras filas. “Ah, ¿en octubre? Porque en México es mañana así es que, con el permiso de ustedes, le voy a dedicar a mi madre y los que estén festejando en cualquier país el próximo tema. Cuídenlas, ámenlas. Yo no me quedé con nada para expresarle a mi madre”.

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Esa fue la introducción de “Y aquí estoy”. Y hubo muchas otras. Porque entre tema y tema Ana y su banda se tomaron su tiempo, con pausas silenciosas o con largos parlamentos, que bien sirvieron para renovar el aire, luego de esas canciones en las que dejaba todo su fiato y su potencia canora. “No sabes”, “Evidencias” y “Tú no te imaginas” fueron parte de un bloque de aires rockeros. “Mar y arena” fue la culpable de que las mujeres mas fanáticas dejaran su voz en el piso, de tanto corear. “Hasta que te conocí” sonó en una versión flamenca. Con “No entiendo” y “Tu lo decidiste” la cantante puso todo su mexicanismo que se extendió en varios bloques mariachi, con casi 20 músicos sobre el escenario. Estuvo acompañada por una sección que no trajo de México; la acopló en nuestro país y se llama Mariachi “Fiesta Mexicana” Argentina.

Mas tarde sonaron clásicos de la talla de “Que te vaya bonito” y “Me equivoqué contigo”, y en el tramo final de bises, algunos de sus mayores caballitos de batalla, como “Quién como tú” , “Simplemente amigos” y “Ay, amor”.

Para su audiencia, algunas de sus declaraciones fueron tan jugosas como las canciones. “Vengo a darlo todo, como lo hago en cada país. Para que salgan felices y digan que valió la pena”. “No se si podré volver pero no es la gira de despedida. Me viene despidiendo hace tiempo. Dicen que no me muevo. La verdad que no sé bailar, solo me expreso con el cuerpo. Pero cuando ustedes lo sientan pueden hacerlo”.

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Leyó carteles, firmó autógrafos, miró banderas. “Es difícil ver banderas de México fuera de los Estados Unidos”, admitió cuando vio una doble bandera, mexicana-argentina. Dijo, además, que trató de cantar en otros idiomas y la cosa fue de mal en peor, por eso decidió quedarse en el español e identificarse con toda la región: “Voy recogiendo las banderas de cada país. Cuando cruzo el charco, hacia a Europa, las llevo a todas conmigo. Me responsabilizo de eso, aunque todos tienen sus representantes. (...) Como dije antes, me costó muchísimo la entrada a la Argentina, afortunadamente sigo moviéndome”. En la cuenta, con tres horas de show, casi 30 canciones y una gira que tiene funciones hasta fin de año, ha quedado perfectamente demostrado.

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