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Explore two of Buenos Aires' most prominent football stadiums - the River Plate Stadium and the Boca Juniors Stadium! Step foot on the fields and learn the clubs' history...
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BUENOS AIRES TOURS: ALL TOURS & ACTIVITIES
With its cosmopolitan atmosphere, thriving fashion industry and trends, and great scope of attractions, Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina and its largest city, is a cultural hub of Latin America, being one of its largest and most culturally diverse cities. Pay a visit to the so-called “Paris of South America” through our selection of Buenos Aires tours.
Book our walking tour for a panoramic introduction to the Argentine capital. Visit the famous Recoleta cemetery where Evita Peron, along with other celebrated figures, is interred. Travel to the historic Plaza de Mayo which was the site of the 1810 revolution that began the Argentine War of Independence, and imagine yourself among the crowds gathered at Casa Rosada, the house of the President of Argentina. After the tour, you can shop, dine, or visit museums in the Recoleta neighborhood.
Take a bike city tour and ride along such sites like the city's oldest barrio, San Telmo, and the waterfront barrio Puerto Madero, before heading on to the vast Reserva Ecologica, where you can relax among the wildlife and escape the hustle and bustle of the city in a 350-hectare region. Go on a fiesta gaucha tour at the gaucho range of Don Silvano, where you can participate in milking, eat local food, and even ride horses as you learn about the gauchos, or the Argentine equivalent of the cowboy.
Go crazy with the Argentineans and grab tickets to a football game at the stadium of River Plate or Boca Juniors. After an invigorating game, trace the footsteps of Pope Francis and see where he studied and took his sacraments. Don't miss the rustic small town of Colonia del Sacramento and the lush countryside of Tigre Delta.
Of course, Buenos Aires tourism could never be complete without experiencing one of the most popular Latin dances. Hit up a dinner tango show at Sabor a Tango, where you can explore a huge building devoted entirely to the practice of the dance, before trying it for yourself with tango lessons.
Complete your historical and cultural experience with a Buenos Aires insider food tour, where you can try traditional dishes and wine at four great restaurants in the city.
Take a trip into the Buenos Aires nightlife with a pub crawl, where you will be hosted by the oldest pub crawl company in the country as you take a pizza and beer-infused trip into the city. Meet new people, get discounts at every bar you visit, watch concerts and free shows, all culminating as you skip the line at the hottest discotheque in town and dance your heart away. Professional guides will keep you on the path and on schedule all throughout, ensuring you enjoy the night exactly as you should.