Half Day City Tour
Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: Experience the historical, architectonic and demographic characteristic of this cosmopolitan. See Plaza de Mayo (May Square), Casa Rosada (the Presidential Palace), the Cathedral of Buenos Aires, 9 de Julio Avenue (the widest avenue in the world), Teatro Colon (The Buenos Aires Opera House), Obelisco, La Boca neighborhood with its traditional Caminito Street, San Martin Square, Recoleta Cemetery and the wide Palermo Park.
Tunnels of Buenos Aires
Duration: 4 Hours
Overview: This tour is ideal for those who want to know Buenos Aires literally from scratch. Travel through one of the best kept secrets of the city and enjoy the various objects found in the ground they will be responsible for telling you the fascinating story of the city and its origins. The tour includes the visit of the historic area of Buenos Aires and the entrance to The Manzana de las Luces and the Zanjon the Granados. We recommend the visit from Tuesday to Friday. IMPORTANT: Zanjon de Granados closes on Saturday.
Day at Estancia in El Ombú de Areco
Duration: 9 hours
Overview: This tour to the highest viewpoint in Central Switzerland includes a trip on the Rotair gondola. Board a deluxe motor coach to the mountain resort of Engelberg, where you will get onto the aerial cableway for a 45 minute journey from the green valley bottom to the high alpine glacier region at 3020 m/10000 ft. Enjoy a magnificent ride in the world's first ever revolving 'ROTAIR' gondola, which offers a 360 panoramic view of the Alps. During 2 hour stay on the mountain visit the Ice Grotto and experience the new 'Ice Flyer', a chair lift ride over the glacier with fantastic views of crevasses and ice falls and enjoy a snow slide on the 'Fun lift' (included in the tour). After the descent to Engelberg board your coach and return to Lucerne at approx. 4 pm.
Duration: 4 Hours
Overview: Eva Peron is one of the most iconic women, not only in Argentina but also in the world. During this fascinating tour visit Plaza de Mayo, to see the famous balcony from where, already married to General Peron, she delivered her most famous speeches. Visit the Evita Museum and the Recoleta Cemetery, where she is buried. Her grave has become a sort of a destination for pilgrims and followers from all over the world.
Recoleta Afternoon Walking Tour
Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: The influences from the Spanish, British, Italian and French become tangible as you walk the culturally glowing streets of these neighborhoods. On this 3.2km walking tour visit Recoleta Cemetery (detailed visit, Evita Peron, her Memorial & her story), Pilar Basilica, Palais de Glace where Tango gained social acceptance, Bourdelle's Monument to Alvear, the Giant Flower steel sculpture, Alcorta Palace - an Unsuspected Rooftop, Argentine Automobile Club & Antique Cars Museum, Monument to France & Argentina. You'll also hear lots of local stories and curious facts!
Buenos Aires Behind the Scenes Soccer Stadium Tour
Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: Celebrate one of Argentina's greatest passions - the sport of soccer. Take a behind the scenes tour of the famous Boca Juniors stadium, visit the informative museum and even walk on the pitch itself! Go where the average person isn't allowed and even have the once in a lifetime opportunity to walk on the field. Also visit the Museo de La Pasion Boqunese, the first football museum in the Americas. The museum features a 360-degrees surround sound film, various touch screens and interactive exhibits.
Tigre City tour
Duration: 5 Hours
Overview: Visit the residential, northern zone of Buenos Aires, and posh Greater Buenos Aires neighborhoods such as Vicente Lopez, Olivos (the private quarters for Argentine Presidents), Martinez and San Isidro up to the town of Tigre, along the Rio de la Plata. Enjoy a catamaran ride through the Parana River Delta.
El Viejo Almacen Tango Night with Dinner and Show
Duration: 4 Hours 50 Minutes
Overview: Enjoy a very special Tango night, with the best of Argentinean cuisine and wines in El Viejo Almacen. Located in the historical Bohemian district of San Telmo, El Viejo Almacen was there before Tango was born. It became the traditional home of the Tango once the Tango became popular.
Esquina Carlos Gardel Tango Night
Duration: 3 hours
Overview: An elegant Tango palace that provides a taste of classic Argentine night life in Abasto, in the same corner where once stood Chanta Cuatro, Gardel's favorite restaurant. The luxurious hall has excellent acoustics and extraordinary dancers, in an authentic tango atmosphere. The passionate, heartfelt music is guaranteed to get under your skin. The show, with its careful production, has fascinated audiences from all over the world.
Buenos Aires Tango Show
Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Watch a superbly polished performance by dancers, singers and musicians in a beautiful venue. Buenos Aires' nightlife is famous worldwide, but nothing is as magical as a tango show. Experience the emotion, grace and glamour of this famous musical genre from the Rio de la Plata first-hand on an unforgettable night out in Buenos Aires.
Upgrade to the dinner option and enjoy delicious local cuisine that only Argentina could offer!
Duration: 5 hours
Overview: An exciting show of the Gauchos epic adventure and his traditions: from the arrival of the horses in the Americas until the birth of the Nation. Watch 50 dancers and horsemen on stage; enjoy the most dazzling and colorful Argentine dances, original music score including several attractive folklore melodies and unforgettable songs. See splendid horses of different breed, performing spectacular equestrian displays with amazing light and sound effects. A unique show indeed!
Fiesta Gaucha in Santa Susana
Duration: 7 Hours
Overview: Visit a true, Argentine Pampa Ranch in Los Cardales, about 80km from Buenos Aires. Enjoy a typical asado (barbecue) with Argentine wines. During lunch enjoy a folk and tango show. See gaucho skill performances, such as a sortija race. Enjoy some free time for activities like horse and sulky rides.
Argentina Fiesta Gaucha Day Trip from Buenos Aires
Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: Travel through the Argentinean pampas on a full-day trip from Buenos Aires to a typical estancia (ranch). Enjoy a traditional asado barbecue, empanadas and Argentine wine, be entertained by folkloric songs and dances and be amazed by the gauchos' legendary horseback-riding skills; tour the ranch and experience the gaucho lifestyle. On Sundays, stopover at the San Telmo Fair to browse antique stalls for bargains and watch dancers, singers and other street entertainers.
Day Trip to Montevideo from Buenos Aires
Duration: 10 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Hop aboard a ferry and enjoy a scenic 2.5-hour sightseeing cruise across the Rio de la Plata to Montevideo the capital of Uruguay. Upon arrival, disembark and join your guide for a 1-hour tour around the city. Visit famous landmarks in the old and new city sectors and stop at the recently renovated Solis Theater, one of the first theaters in South America. See the Plaza Independencia, boasting a famous marble statue of General José Gervasio Artigas. See Uruguay's tallest building, the Palacio Salvo.
Your guide will recommend some restaurants for lunch where you can use your discount voucher. Spend the afternoon at leisure. Meet your guide and group at a designated meeting point and head back to Buenos Aires by ferry. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel.
Brazilian Side of Iguassu Falls from Puerto Iguazú
Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Even if you're staying in Puerto Iguazú, you can still visit the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls! Iguassu Falls was created as the result of a volcanic eruption that left a large crack in the earth. Taller than Niagara Falls (and twice as wide), Iguassu consists of 275 cascading falls spread out over nearly 3.2 km in a horseshoe shape.
Leave Puerto Iguazú behind and cross the border into Brazil to visit Devil´s Throat, the largest waterfall in the region, best seen from the Brazilian side. Watch 14 falls drop 350 ft (107 m) with such force that a 100-ft (30 m) tall cloud of mist stays permanently suspended overhead. This area is famous for its rainbow, and great photo opportunities abound! For a close-up of the falls, walk through the subtropical forest of Iguazu National Park to the base of Salto Floriano. Then take the elevator to the top of the falls, or walk out over the falls at Salto Union.