Take a private guided walking tour to discover the real Buenos Aires up close and personal. If you have a whole day available, look no further than our Private Full Day Walking Tour, the best way to see the most important sights of the city in one day… a “Buenos Aires 101″.
If you are looking for something a little shorter, you’ll find our Half Day Private Walking Tour of the Historical City Center an excellent concise introduction to the city and it’s fascinating history & culture. Or read on for more info on our other tours…Click here to read more
If you're planning your trip to Buenos Aires, then you can also take advantage of our free online guide to the city, in blog magazine format, including reviews of restaurants, hotels, shopping areas, things to do, and more, plus general advice and travel information:
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Free Online Guide
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Having visited all of the main tango theaters in the city, Piazzolla Tango stood out as the best all round offering. Fantastic dancing, great food & wine, and a stunning 100+ year old location. Book now for a discount!
A Q&A with Dan Perlman in which the US chef, sommelier, writer and blogger tells us the best places to get empanadas, ice cream and steak in Buenos Aires and why you should never trust Google Maps
What better way to get acquainted with the flavors of Argentina than a wine tasting? Anuva Wines hosts a lively, engaging tasting with exclusive wines you won’t find at home! A delectable afternoon event.
Experience the lap of luxury and visit 5 of the best hotels in Buenos Aires – without ever checking in! Use these tips to enjoy top-of-the-line service and design while avoiding the steep cost of a room.
Innovative 17-man percussion outfit La Bomba de Tiempo attracts an eclectic crowd at the Konex, their Abasto venue, every Monday night. Grab a beer and boogie in the open air to the beat of the drums
Colonia del Sacramento is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires city, an excellent day trip across the river that offers you an opportunity to relax in a peaceful, beachfront town in Uruguay.