Explore the thrilling and unspoilt vastness of the Patagonia region on this journey to the end of the world. 13 Day Tour from Santiago to Buenos Aires.
Visit the Tango Capital and Boogie in Buenos Aires With Private Tour
Visit the Tango Capital and boogie in Buenos Aires with Private Tour and you will see it all. ‘Fair winds’, the magical sounding literal translation of Buenos Aires got its name by the Spanish Sailors that first inhabited the city back in the 16th century.
Giving thanks for their safe journey to the ‘Holy Virgin Mary of the Good Winds’ they named their new found land after her. Since that first arrival, this mega metropolis has grown from strength to strength and is a mosaic of diverse and varied cultures and nationalities.
With a Private Buenos Aires Tour sees how from the early days, it has depended on trade, and this resulted in menacing pirate stories and subsequently a thriving industry in contraband.
Remanents of its various occupations remain at every turn; the Buenos Aires guided private tour of La Boca District will show you how the buildings are painted in bright rainbow colours, and everywhere hazy bars throb to the sound of Tango music the true beating heart of Buenos Aires.
The Buenos Aires Guided Private Tour of La Boca District, See the Beautiful Buildings Painted in Bright Rainbow Colours
Buenos Aires, the vibrant capital of Argentina and home to the countries two passions, Football and The Tango. The Boca Juniors Stadium sightseeing tour will show you the real passion this city has for its local team.
On your visit take escorted private tours of its many diverse neighbourhoods and live the sights and sounds of this buzzing city. See the stunning Art Nouveau and French Style buildings on the leafy streets of Recoleta.
Custom tours of Buenos Aires will take you to try some authentic Asian food in Chinatown on your sightseeing tour of Belgrano.
Top 10 Things to Do in Buenos Aires
Travel Tips for Buenos Aires
The ideal time to book your Buenos Aires Private Tour is in Autumn time from March to May or in the Spring from September to November. To see the city in its true beauty, you should visit in October or November when the spectacular Jacaranda Trees are in full bloom and a riot of colourful glory. In January and February, locals leave the city in droves heading for beach resorts so the city has only tourists who can affect prices.
As for any holiday, the costs you incur depend entirely on what you want or expect from your holiday. Guided private tours of landmarks, for example, are around 10$ and museums 5$. Euros and USD are generally the preferred currency. Transport on local buses is around 1$while average 3km taxi rides are about 4$. You can eat well for 3 to 15 $. A local beer is rather sweet and will cost 3$ except in the nightclubs and bars.
First to know is that Buenos Aries is a night city. Going out, dinner, clubs everything is done from around 11.30 p.m. onwards, so anything before that is uncool. A great source of local knowledge can be obtained from Taxi Drivers but be aware that the ‘longer route’ may also be taken. Everything is done at a slow pace even getting your bill can be long winded. Some clubs require trousers and shoes as opposed to shorts and flip flops.
Buenos Aires weather can be split into two distinctive regions. The south with its cool, dry weather and the central region where it is warm and humid. In the summer during January and February temperatures can reach an uncomfortable 100º with high humidity whereas in the winter months of June to August it can be generally rainy, chilly and overcast. Usually, there is little chance of seeing snow here.
Our Buenos Aires Night-out Mild &amp; Wild Tango Tours outcomes in two flavors: the Mild and the Wild Tango night-out. The Mild one is the most advisable for beginners. Wild Tango Night-out, where you will be sharing the dance with 600 wild local tango dancers.