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Buenos Aires City Break (Basix) Overview
Be immersed in the richness of Argentinean culture with a tour of Buenos Aires, Argentina's lively capital. Discover bold European architecture and a thriving arts scene in this quintessential South American city.
Visit Buenos Aires and see the attractions of Argentina's capital
See the best of Buenos Aires on this action-packed adventure in the Argentinean capital. Delve into the history of this great city in Plaza de Mayo before relaxing in modern riverside cafes at Puerto Madero. Get caught up in football fever and the sensual rhythms of the tango in La Boca. Try traditional Argentinean cuisine and search for homemade treasures at local craft markets as you navigate the Tigre Delta. Immerse yourself in the lively South American atmosphere and get the most out of one of the world's most vibrant cities on this all encompassing Buenos Aires city break.
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Begin this quintessential Argentinean experience in Plaza de Mayo, the historic location of many of Evita's famous speeches. Continue on to the bustling modern restaurants and cafes of Puerto Madero and enjoy a local Quilmes beer on the banks of the Rio de la Plata. Enjoy the afternoon sun on a visit to La Boca, the heart and soul of Argentina's football obsession. Explore the European architecture of the bohemian San Telmo district before ending the day with a traditional Argentine dinner and a skilful and seductive tango performance. Perhaps take a tango class of your own and bring some of the South America's rhythm home.
Pass by the River Plate Stadium and the opulence of the Presidential Palace on the way to the quaint San Isidro neighbourhood and a local craft market. Leave the roads behind and take a boat along the Tigre River, navigating through the delta to get a glimpse of riverside life and shop from the floating boat market. Finish the tour at Villa Ocampo, the former residence of world famous Argentinean author Luis Moreno Ocampo, which now hosts festive cultural events on behalf of UNESCO. Why not stay an extra night or two in Buenos Aires and take the time to sample Argentinean wines while enjoying the warmth of a South American evening.
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