Buenos Aires has undoubtedly one of the richest cultures in the world... From football to arts and tango, this city is a gem to be discovered by every passionate traveler out there!
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.
La Ventana is an excellent option to see one of the best and most traditional Tango shows in Buenos Aires. It is located in a historic conventillo that has been restored in San Telmo neighborhood, the cradle of tango.
Discover the beautiful city of Buenos Aires and admire the plethora of cultural and historical sites it has to offer. Discover its history and enjoy a fascinating tango show accompanied with a delicious dinner to end the night!
La Bombonera is one of the most iconic stadiums worldwide. The magnetism of stands so close to the pitch distinguishes it from any other stadium. Visiting its behind-the scene spaces is a unique experience for all football fans.
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).
Diego scored using his hand in the quarter-final of the 1986 World Cup against England. When he was quizzed about the incident, he said: “The goal was scored a little bit by the hand of God, a little by the head of Maradona.”