Tailor Made Buenos Aires Tours

Sleek, stylish, and sophisticated, Argentina’s gorgeous capital overflows with chic steakhouses, elegant tango halls, and European-style colonial architecture. Called the “Paris of the Americas” for a reason, Buenos Aires is the ideal destination for pampering and refinement. All of the South America tour packages below include a few days in Buenos Aires.

6 Day Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls Tour

3 nights in Buenos Aires, 2 nights in Iguazu

Spend this South America vacation at Argentina's tango-loving capital city, Buenos Aires, and then experience the power of Iguazu Falls.

8 Day Rio & Buenos Aires Tour

3 nights in Rio de Janeiro, 1 night in Iguazu, 3 nights in Buenos Aires

Discover the delights of two of South America’s most vibrant cities: Buenos Aires & Rio de Janeiro. This South America vacation packages connects the two cities with a stop at the majestic Iguazu Falls.

10 Day Buenos Aires to Antarctica Tour

3 nights in Buenos Aires, 1 night in Ushuaia, 4 nights aboard the Ocean Nova Ship, 1 night in Punta Arenas

Spend this South America vacation at Argentina's tango-loving capital city, Buenos Aires. Then head to Antarctica, one of the coldest, windiest, driest places on the planet.

12 Day Southern Circuit Tour

3 nights in Santiago, 2 nights at a Torres del Paine Lodge, 3 nights in El Calafate, 3 nights in Buenos Aires

Travel the southern circuit of South America during this 12-day vacation package to the cities of Santiago and Buenos Aires, mixed with the wonders of Patagonia.

12 Day South America Highlights Tour

1 night in Lima, 2 nights in Cuzco, 1 night in Machu Picchu town, 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 1 night in Iguazu, 3 nights in Rio de Janeiro

Hit the highlights during this South America tour featuring 3 New Wonders of the World: Christ the Redeemer in Brazil, Iguazu Falls in Argentina, and Machu Picchu in Peru. You’ll also visit Cuzco and Buenos Aires.

Where to Stay in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires arguably has the most varied and best quality hotel infrastructure in all of South America. Following the financial crash of the Argentinian peso in 2001, the country and specifically Buenos Aires has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The level of investment during this boom into the hotel sector of Buenos Aires has been one of the principal drivers of this. Every principal district in the city has a truly luxury option and many districts like Recoleta boast numerous luxury options of a caliber that rivals the finest luxury hotel brands.

Experience Tango in Buenos Aires

Tango's beginnings in the 19th century is said to have begun in the immigrant tenements and brothels of Buenos Aires port districts. It's explicitly sensual moves were first practiced by the brothel maidens in luring prospective clients that later blended with the variety of sounds and instruments that were brought by newly arrived immigrants, like the accordion.

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We’ve hand-selected our recommended hotels at each destination based on the best combination of superior location, overall-value and customer service.

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Dance the night away in Rio, Buenos Aires and Cusco

Dance the night away in Rio, Buenos Aires and Cusco

Everywhere you go in South America – from the steaming Andes to the towering Andes; bustling metropolises to tiny villages – you’ll hear music playing. And when there’s music, dancing is sure to follow. Read on to find out more about three of South America’s best dance destinations: Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Cusco.
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Making the most of your free time in Buenos Aires

Making the most of your free time in Buenos Aires

Your private guide will show you the biggest sights, but Buenos Aires is a vast city and there’s plenty to explore in you free time. Here are some of our top suggestions.
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When to visit Argentina

When to visit Argentina

Spanning 30 degrees of latitude and encompassing everything from the balmy lowlands of Iguazu to the towering heights of Aconcagua, Argentina is a year-round destination if ever there was one.
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