Visit its parks, great French style buildings and discover how the elite and influential families helped build the country. While cycling you’ll understand why Buenos Aires is referred to as the Paris of South America.
Discover Buenos Aires during this 3-hour bike tour through the most important North districts of the city. Explore the city's highlights, including Palermo Viejo, Chinatown, Palermo Hollywood, Rosedal, and much more.
Get to know the diverse neighborhoods and multicultural heritage of Buenos Aires on this half-day sightseeing tour and head to a renowned restaurant in the modern Puerto Madero neighborhood for a typical Argentinian lunch served up with fantastic views.
Did you know: Soccer isn't the national sport of Argentina as it is believed. The country’s national sport is actually called pato (duck), a game similar to polo where riders use their hands instead of sticks.
This tour includes a visit to the most classic neighborhoods of the city and besides, you have the opportunity to visit two symbolic and famous places in town highly known worldwide: Teatro Colón & Museo de Arte Latinoamericano of Buenos Aires (MALBA).
Fun fact: The standard greeting in Argentina is a kiss on one cheek, whether meeting for the very first time or having already seen one another several times in the same day. Note that failing to greet each person in a group with a kiss is considered rude