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Tour Highlights:
  • Santiago City Tour
  • Valparaiso & Vina del Mar Tour
  • La Serena City Tour
  • Elqui Valley Tour
  • Mendoza City Tour
  • Mendoza Wine Tour
  • Buenos Aires City Tour
  • Tango Show
Trip Style:
  • Culture/History
  • Family
Physical Difficulty:
  • 1-easy
Included Meals:
  • All Breakfasts
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Chile Packages: Argentina and Chile Wine Tour

Tour to Santiago, Torres del Paine, El Calafate & Buenos Aires (10 days / 9 nights) - From $2,519 €2,209 £1,768
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Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or merely enjoy warm climates and beautiful vineyards, this tour across Argentina and Chile will appeal to all your senses. You will get to explore two of the continent’s most interesting capitals while tasting the most flavorful wines.

This tour package begins in lively Santiago, Chile. No trip to Chile is complete without a visit to the country’s busy capital. Home to six million people, it is not surprising that Santiago has a lot to offer and can keep any traveler entertained. Downtown is filled with countless top-notch museums, shops, restaurants and bars surrounded by snowcapped Andean peaks.

Nearby is Valparaiso, a vibrant bohemian town with both a spectacular mountain landscape and a natural bay. The many hills and the colorful homes give the city its character. Just 6 miles away is a leading seaside resort, Viña del Mar, where you can enjoy the quiet coastal town and white sand beaches.

After getting a taste of the Chilean city life, you will arrive in the green and sunny mountains of Elqui Valley. This charming area is full of exquisite fruit orchards and wine vineyards, adobe houses, handicrafts, and local customs. It also sits under one of the world’s most perfect skies for observing stars and has three international observatories. This region is home to La Serena and Coquimbo. La Serena is the second oldest town in Chile and has a fascinating history. The beautiful churches, white stone buildings, and sandy beaches are gradually attracting more tourists. About 6 miles away is lovely Coquimbo, a small port that had a large copper industry during the 19th century. This industrial town has plenty to boast about, including a church in Guayacan created by Gustave Eiffel.

Next, you will get a taste of Argentina’s fourth largest city and their wine capital, Mendoza. The region is in the eastern foothills of the Andean mountain range, and is ideal for cultivating grapes due to the dry and sunny weather. Here you will have a chance to taste world famous wines and explore the natural scenery and diverse terrain. There is plenty to see and do in Mendoza, with the larger than life mountain range, historic plazas, and gorgeous vineyards.

To wrap up this amazing vacation, you will finish in magical Buenos Aires. The attractive locals, world class shopping, wild nightlife, and gourmet cuisine may seduce you into staying forever. Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan metropolis with old-world languor and modern flavor. Learn to tango, watch a passionate game of soccer, fill your belly with steak, or hunt for an antique gem in a busy market. Any visitor to this distinctive city will be blown away by the passionate embrace of Argentina’s capital.

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Day 1: Arrival to Santiago & City Tour

You will be met at the Santiago Airport by a Chile For Less representative and transferred to your comfortable hotel in Santiago. Check out our selection of great value Santiago Hotels.

You will head out on a half day Historical Tour of Santiago to visit some of the most interesting sites in Santiago and learn about the fascinating history of Chile and its capital. You will start the tour strolling down the major avenues of the Civic Quarter and visit the beautiful 18th century Palacio de la Moneda (Presidential Palace), surrounded by impressive skyscrapers that characterize this dynamic neighborhood.

You will continue on with a visit to the Pre-Columbian Art Museum, considered one of the most beautiful museums in Chile.  Admire one of the largest and most captivating collections of artifacts from the ancient Inca, Maya and Aztec cultures. Only a few blocks away is the  main square and the heart of the city, Plaza de Armas, surrounded by breathtaking historic monuments such as  the 18th century Cathedral, National Historical Museum and Central Post Office.

From here you will travel up the hill of Santa Lucia, through the green and lush Forestal Park. This is the site where Santiago was first founded in 1541. On the way, stop at the Mercado Central (Central Market) to taste exquisite seafood and browse the rows of handicraft stalls.

The tour will also take you down the gigantic Avenida O’Higgins, known as the Alameda. This 2 mile wide and 62 mile long street runs through the heart of the city and is constantly bursting with life. Pedestrians, micros, taxis and cars, all filter through this main street ornamented with lovely parks and statues along the way.

You will have the remainder of the afternoon and evening to explore Santiago at your leisure. Try some delicious traditional Chilean cuisine in one of the restaurants, discover some of its exciting barrios and take advantage of the lively nightlife!

Day 2: Valparaiso & Viña del Mar

After a delicious breakfast at your Santiago hotel, you will head out on a tour of Valparaiso and Viña del Mar, two charming coastal cities located only an hour from Santiago. Look around you as you travel across the beautiful valleys of Curacavi and Casablanca on your way to Valparaiso.

With its bohemian atmosphere, chaotic and colorful architecture, and lovely port, Valparaiso is one of the most attractive cities in Chile and unlike any other. You will start your tour at the Mirador 21 de Mayo from where you will enjoy spectacular views of the entire city and bay.

Next, you will visit the fascinating house-museum of the poet and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Pablo Neruda. One of the most important figures of Chilean culture, Pablo Neruda, tired of the tumultuous life of Santiago, decided to retire to Valparaiso in a house on Mount Florida. Learn all about the writer’s eccentric tastes as well as his most glorious and absurd moments as you wander through the charming rooms that inspired the artist.

Descend to Valparaiso’s Prat Dock, where sailors embark and men scramble to load the enormous ships. Filled with swarms of people and fervent activity, there is no better place to get a sense of the lively port life. Don’t miss the handicraft markets displaying local products from all around Chile.

After lunch, you will head out to Viña del Mar where you will enjoy a relaxing stroll down the quiet streets and picturesque beaches of this lovely coastal town.

In the afternoon, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Santiago and have the evening free to explore more of the city’s exciting spots.

Day 3: Arrival to La Serena & City Tour

After enjoying breakfast at your Santiago hotel, you will be transferred to La Serena before heading out on a tour of La Serena and Coquimbo. La Serena is Chile’s second oldest town and boasts a fascinating history reflected through its architecture.  You will start your tour strolling down some of the most elegant avenues of the lovely town of La Serena, including Avenida Francisco de Aguirre and its large and impeccably kept central garden filled with high trees and marble sculptures. Among the city’s 29 colonial churches, the 17th century stone-built Church of San Francisco especially stands out with its baroque façade overlooking a small plaza with arcades.

You will then visit the beautiful Archeological Museum with its refined collection of artifacts from the Diaguita and Molle Indian cultures. Stop in the Recova Market, one of the liveliest spots in La Serena filled with myriad vendors displaying countless local handicrafts, musical instruments, weaving, and fruits grown in the nearby Elqui Valley. Continue on further away from the center and reach the University of La Serena which boasts excellent panoramic views of the entire city, Coquimbo harbor, and the port.

Don’t miss the lighthouse, La Serena’s official symbol, while you stroll down the coastline along Avenida del Mar to the port of Coquimbo full of lovely narrow streets. Coquimbo was used in the colonial period as a port for La Serena. You will end in La Herradura bay which boasts the most beautiful beaches in the bay as well as numerous excellent restaurants and shops.

Later on, you will return to La Serena where you will have the evening free to explore La Serena on your own, try the delicious specialties of Chilean cuisine, and enjoy the city’s bustling nightlife.

Day 4: Elqui Valley Tour

After a delicious breakfast at your La Serena hotel, you will set out on a full day tour to the lush Elqui Valley, known for its exquisite orchards and green cultivated fields scattered along the banks of the river Elqui. The Elqui Valley is not only known for its beautiful scenery, but also for its natural magnetic powers, year-round sunny climate, and country-wide production of Pisco, a national traditional liquor.

The journey will take you through some of the many fascinating villages that can be found in the Elqui Valley. Among those are Algarrobito, surrounded by ancient olives, Altovalsol, and El Molle with pre-Hispanic remains from the Molle culture. You will cross luxuriant fields and cultivated valleys filled with custard apple trees, papaw trees, Lucuma and olives before reaching Vicuna, the main town in the Elqui Valley. Vicuna is a small 19th century city, and the birthplace of Chilean poet and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature Gabriela Mistral. You can visit the museum erected in her honor in the city.

Your will continue on your tour of the exciting Elqui Valley with a visit to one of the Pisco distilleries scattered throughout the area, and learn all about the methods and elaboration process of this liquor. On the way back, stop in Montegrande, a small village surrounded by green valleys crowned by large mountains, and home to the tomb of Gabriela Mistral.

You will return to your comfortable hotel in La Serena and have the evening free to discover the city on your own or simply relax and take advantage of the amenities of your hotel.

Day 5: Arrival to Mendoza & City Tour

After breakfast at your hotel, you will be transferred to Mendoza. After settling in, you will be taken on a Mendoza city tour. Starting in the historic center, you’ll see the site where the city was founded. Then you’ll move onto the mini-center, the Barrio Cívico, and the Parque General San Martín. From here you will tour Cerro de la Gloria hill, the Mundialista Stadium, and the Frank Romero Day Amphitheatre, which is the location of the annual Fiesta de la Vendimia (grape harvest festival).

Day 6: Full Day Trekking Tour

Boasting a variety of stunning landscapes, this famous countryside may be known for growing wine in the foothills of the Andes, but it’s also a hiker’s paradise. On your five-hour trek through this beautiful region of the world you will discover why outdoor enthusiasts are so in love with Mendoza.

Around 9am you will be picked up at your hotel and driven to Blanco Encalada, a 35 minute drive up to a lovely viewpoint 4,600 ft above sea level. This spot has sweeping vistas of the valley, plains, and the city.  From here, you will begin your two-hour walk to Cerro Negro, a 6,800 ft high mountain.  Your bilingual guide will tell you about the flora and fauna of this region and point out the various landmarks. Once you reach the summit, you can enjoy the view of the majestic Andes, the Mendoza River, the Tupungato Volcano, and the city of Mendoza.  Once you have rested and had your fill of the view, you will continue onwards and upwards to Mogote San Martin, another 650 feet.  Here you will spend a few minutes enjoying the spectacular view of green rolling hills and vineyards nestled in the skirts of the magnificent Andes before sitting down to rest and eat your packed lunch.

For this trip, please remember to wear sunscreen, comfortable clothes, long pants, and bring a raincoat.  Your English speaking guide, personal insurance, transportation, lunch, water, fruit, and cereal are included.  You will return to your hotel around 6pm and have the evening free to spend as you like.

Day 7: Mendoza Wine Tour

In the morning you with have some time to explore the city independently, where you can meander the wide streets and explore local markets. After lunch, you will embark on a half day Mendoza wine tour. This wine experience will take you through the agricultural and grape-growing areas of Mendoza. Afterwards, you will visit a number of local vineyards of your choosing, where you will have the opportunity to taste its delicious products and gain an insight into the world of viniculture. Your guide will explain you the technique of wine tasting, wine production processes and the importance of the cork in the bottle. They will also demonstrate the correct way to handle a glass to get the full flavor of the wine. You will then return to your Mendoza hotel.

Optional visits to Wineries in the Center Region:
Maipú: La Rural, Tempus Alba, Carinae, Viña el Cerno, López, Reyter, Tapaus, Navarro Correas, Benegas.
Lujan: Achaval Ferrer, Tapiz, Catena Zapata, Alta Vista, Nieto Senetiner, Cavas de Weinert, Luigi Bosca, Lagarde, Cap Vistalba, Chandon, Norton, Finca Decero, El Lagar de Carmelo Patti, Séptima, Viniterra, Dolium, Clos de Chacras, Sottano, Melipal, Finca Flichman.

Day 8: Departure from Mendoza and Arrival to Buenos Aires

After breakfast in your hotel, you have the opportunity to take an additional Mendoza tour, or transfer to Buenos Aires where you will find your comfortable Buenos Aires hotel room awaiting you. See our recommended Buenos Aires hotels. Read our Buenos Aires Travel Guide for ideas on what to see, where to eat, and what to do in Buenos Aires.

Day 9: Buenos Aires City Tour and Tango Show

The Buenos Aires tour is recommended to every traveler arriving in Buenos Aires to get an initial idea of the highlights of the city. You will first pass by the impressive National Congress (The Parliament), the civic center including the Plaza de Mayo (May Square) surrounded by the Government House (Casa Rosada), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (City Hall during the Spanish colonial period). Along 9th of July Avenue, you will see the famous Colon Theatre, considered one of the best Opera Houses in the world for it acoustic properties which makes it the cultural pride of the city.

You will then head to the traditional San Telmo neighborhood in which you will be taken back in history (on Sunday visits there’s some free time to visit the Flea Market). A bit further south is one of the oldest neighborhoods, La Boca, the settlement for the first Italian immigrants, where you will have time to enjoy the colorful and unique architecture. The Buenos Aires tour will continue through Puerto Madero and Retiro on the way to Palermo, the largest residential area of the city where you will find the enjoyable Palermo Parks, City Zoo and Planetarium. Your last spot is the elegant Recoleta, famous for its cemetery, boutiques, gourmet restaurants and sidewalk cafes under ficus and jacaranda trees.

In the evening you will be taken to enjoy a “porteña” in one of the most exclusive Buenos Aires tango houses, Tango Porteño. The theater is located on Corrientes Ave, just a few steps from the famous Obelisk. The setting is in a luxurious and legendary Porteño Theatre. Tango Porteño recreates the golden age of the forties, which is known as the reign of tango. During dinner, the Orchestra will play a tango repertoire while several couples dance this amazing and sensual dance. Our recommended dinner and tango show was selected for having the best quality, gourmet meals and truly exceptional dancing. If you prefer any other recommended places, just let our Argentina Travel Advisor know and we can make arrangements according to your requests.

Day 10: Departure from Buenos Aires

After breakfast in your hotel, you have the opportunity to take an additional Buenos Aires tour, or you can be transferred to the airport or bus station for your journey home or to the next destination on your Argentina vacation.

Occupancy 3 Star 4 Star 5 Star
Double/Triple $ 2,519
€ 2,209
£ 1,768
$ 2,749
€ 2,411
£ 1,930
$ 3,329
€ 2,920
£ 2,337
Single $ 4,199
€ 3,683
£ 2,948
$ 4,759
€ 4,174
£ 3,341
$ 5,919
€ 5,191
£ 4,155

Prices may vary according to the season, availability and client preferences. Certain transport costs may not be included. Please contact one of our expert travel advisors for more information.

As of 1 January 2010, an entrance fee (Reciprocity Fee) is chargeable for citizens of the United States, Canada and Australia visiting Argentina.

  • 2 nights in Santiago, 2 nights in La Serena, 3 nights in Mendoza, and 2 nights in Buenos Aires in hotels based on US standards
  • Guided visits with English-speaking tour guides
  • All transfers and entrance fees
  • All breakfasts
  • Visit to 2 wineries with wine tasting included in Mendoza (Day 7)
Transportation Approximate Price Per Passenger
Buenos Aires- Mendoza $ 0 to $ 0

*Ask a Travel Advisor for cheaper bus options.

Additional Days are Available in all Locations.

Additional Services in Mendoza

Half Day Trekking Tour

On this half day trek you will explore the unique mountain scenery around Mendoza on a three-hour guided walking tour. You will be picked up from your hotel at 9:00am and escorted to lovely Blanco Encalado, only 35 minutes from Mendoza by car and 4,600 ft above sea level.  The sweeping views of Mendoza will inspire you to reach the summit of Cerro Negro, a two-hour hike through fantastic landscapes to the summit, 6,800 ft above sea level.  Once you get to the top, you can enjoy the spectacular views while you rest and have a snack.  You will be dropped off at your hotel around 2pm and will have the afternoon free. This excursion includes transportation, personal insurance, an English speaking guide, water, cereal, and fruit.  Please wear comfortable clothes, long pants, sunscreen, and bring a raincoat.

Rafting Mendoza River

On this exciting rafting tour you will get to experience some of the rivers that make Mendoza such a green oasis in the desert mountain area. The type of tour depends on your level of experience and confidence. All equipment is included and tours are available in English.

Short descent: 50 minutes.
Intermediate descent: 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Long descent: 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Full Day Wine Experience – Central Region

On this full day wine tour to the central winemaking region of Mendoza, you will be guided by an expert viticulturist who will escort you to some of the most prestigious wineries in Mendoza. In the morning, you will visit two of the best wineries in the area where you will be able to taste some of the fine wines and gain an understanding of the wine making process. At noon you will have a relaxing lunch at one of the wineries listed below. After your delicious lunch, and more wine tasting, you will be returned to your Mendoza hotel as the sun sets over the Andes.

Optional visits to wineries in the Central Region:
Maipú: La Rural, Tempus Alba, Carinae, Viña el Cerno, López, Reyter, Tapaus, Navarro Correas, Benegas.
Lujan: Achaval Ferrer, Tapiz, Catena Zapata, Alta Vista, Nieto Senetiner, Cavas de Weinert, Luigi Bosca, Lagarde, Cap Vistalba, Chandon, Norton, Finca Decero, El Lagar de Carmelo Patti, Séptima, Viniterra, Dolium, Clos de Chacras, Sottano, Melipal, Finca Flichman.

Lunches in wineries: Ruca Malen, Familia Zuccardi, Lagarde, Hacienda del Plata, Nieto Senetiner, Séptima, o Cava de Cano.

Argentine Cooking Class – Half Day

This specially flavored Mendoza excursion teaches you about some of the rich and diverse tastes of the region. You will depart from your hotel to a premium restaurant in the city where you will learn about wine tasting from an expert. After your wine discussion, a professional chef will help you prepare regional gourmet dishes.  You will have your own space to cook in so you will learn to prepare every component of the meal.  Once the meal is prepared, you and your group can sit down to enjoy the delicious dishes you made and pair them with the extraordinary wines you learned about earlier. You will return to your hotel full, satisfied, and with some secret cooking tips you can use later to impress people at home.

Additional Services in Buenos Aires

Tigre River Delte Tour

Just north of the Argentine capital lies the tranquil town of Tigre nestled on the banks of the Tigre River Delta. Buenos Aires’s porteño elite summered here during the 19th century and Tigre retains its posh flair. Stately mansions decorate the delta, many of them only accessible by boat. You will take a tour from the heart of Buenos Aires to the northern outskirts of the city, and then follow the Tigre River to where the river flows into the delta.  The town of Tigre sits here among tranquil waters and graceful canals. On this tour, you will visit the Rio Plata stadium, the Presidential Residence Olivos, and the San Isidro Cathedral. You will also take a boat cruise where you can glimpse the mansions and estates along the delta. 
The tour leaves every day at 9:00am. Length varies between 4 to 6 hours depending on time for lunch.

Gaucho Party – Estancia La Cinacina

On this excursion you will visit the town of San Antonio de Areco where you will take a tour of the main plaza and other historic sites. Your guide will give you an introduction to life and culture in Argentina outside of Buenos Aires and you will be able to see the work of outstanding silversmiths and artisans in the Rio de la Plata area.

The Estancia is located just 500 meters from the center of the town. On arrival you will be treated to some locally made empanadas (meat-stuffed pastries) and drinks. You will then have time to explore the estate on horseback or by carriage before returning to the lodge for a traditional Argentine asado (barbeque). During the asado you will be treated to a lively and entertaining show with folk music and dancing. After lunch, you will explore the buildings of the estancia and the family museum. During the summer months you can spend time by the pool or explore the grounds on horseback. You will then return to your hotel in Buenos Aires.

Tours are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Tours depart from your hotel between 9:00am and 9:30am.

Gaucho Party – Estancia La Alameda

La Alameda Estancia, 75 miles outside of Buenos Aires, is a two-century old ranch nestled on the banks of the Chascomús Lagoon. Enjoy a drink in the saloon, listen in on tales of the gauchos, indulge in a traditional Argentine asado (barbeque) along with coffee and Argentine dulces, and enjoy an authentic folklore show complete with colorfully costumed dancers. 

This full day tour is available on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Tours depart from your hotel between 9:30am and 10:00am.

Buenos Aires Historic Tour

Buenos Aires is certainly a gem in the studded crown of Argentina and Latin America. An interesting blend of European and Latin cultures, the city boasts a proud colonial and local cultural history. On this tour your will gain an in-depth understanding of the history, architecture, culture, and secrets of Buenos Aires. The tour lasts for three hours and will take you through the city center, through the neighborhoods of Montserrat, San Telmo, colorful La Boca, the new Puerto Madero development, chic Palermo, Bosques de Palermo, and finally Recoleta, home to the grave of Evita Peron. You will gain an understanding of the aristocratic north, the working class south, and the hectic center in this cosmopolitan city.

This tour leaves daily at 2:00pm from October 1st to May 31st.

Jewish City Tour

Buenos Aires is home to the largest Jewish population in Latin America, with approximately a quarter million Jewish citizens in its metropolitan area. During the early and mid 20th century, many Russian and European Jewish immigrants made their home in Buenos Aires, since Argentina’s immigration policy was one of the most accepting at the time. The Buenos Aires Jewish community retains many cultural traditions. During your tour, a knowledgeable guide will take you to an Ashkenazi or Sephardic synagogue, where you can appreciate the remarkable architecture and design of this beautiful place of worship. You will also see the Jewish neighborhood Once (pronounced “OWN-say”), one of the hubs of Jewish culture. This used to be the place where locals would grab a Yiddish paper and snack in one of the delis or cafes. Now, the area is more known as a garment district where wholesalers and tailors bargain. The IFT Theatre, founded in 1932 as a Yiddish theater but is now secular, is also in this neighborhood. Next, you will visit the newly-restored AMIA building, the center of Jewish headquarters. The building was bombed in 1994 and ever since security at major Jewish sites has been vigilant. You will also visit the Israeli Embassy Square, where the embassy used to stand prior to the bombing. In the late afternoon, you will return to your Buenos Aires hotel.

Tours  last 3 hours and leave every morning Monday through Friday.

Note: For security reasons, it is necessary that we obtain passport numbers of each visitor in advance in order to book this tour. Also, we suggest donating $5 USD to each synagogue you visit.

Buenos Aires Biking Tours

Biking tours of Buenos Aires are fast becoming popular, as the city is relatively flat and easy to navigate. There are several biking trails or circuits that lead bikers through the city’s parks and plazas, or head along the outskirts to nearby towns, estancias, the pampas, and the Tigre River delta. All guided cycling tours include bike rental, helmet, traveler’s insurance, and refreshments including traditional Argentine mate, an energy-boosting tea. Only in the event of pouring rain will biking trips be canceled or delayed. All biking tours are easy-going and relaxing. All you need is to wear comfortable clothing and to bring a thirst for exploring the unknown.

Biking Tour to the South – Urban Biking
Discover the city’s historical, social and architectural contrasts

On this tour you will enjoy the urban south of Buenos Aires. Passing the modern Puerto Madero riverside development, the ecological reserve, the colorful houses of La Boca, and chic San Telmo, you will end your tour in the grand Plaza Mayo.

Biking Tour to the North – Urban Biking
Aristocracy, greenery, and Palermo Soho

On this biking tour you will explore the urban north of the city, which is the traditional home of the aristocracy of Argentina. The tour will start from the Retiro area and lead you through Barrio Parque, the embassies of Palermo Woods, past trendy Palermo Soho, and finish in Recoleta.

Porteño Nightlife – Urban Biking
Discover the many faces of the Porteño nightlife with an alternative bike tour

Instead of taking part in a pub crawl, why don't you explore this lively city by night on a leisurely bike ride? You will experience the different atmospheres and flavors of Buenos Aires as you pass though the neighborhoods of ritzy Recoleta and the classic quarter of San Telmo, once home to the affluent families of Buenos Aires. You will also ride through the new area of Puerto Madero. Evening bike tours are a fantastic way to travel around the city.

Tigre Cycling Tour – Urban Biking
Tour the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires and kayak in the Tigre Delta

The cycling tour of Tigre, the delta area, and the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires offers a wide range of possibilities to combine both sport and culture in a beautiful setting. Your journey will begin via train, and then you will switch to biking through the remaining northern suburbs until you reach Tigre and its nearby islands. From here you will explore the town before kayaking in the delta.  This is arguably one of the nicest areas in Buenos Aires and was the secret hideout of the rich aristocracy in the 19th century. It is now home to stately estates and tranquil hideaways. The town of Tigre and the islands of the Paraná River are an oasis of natural landscapes and beautiful scenery worth visiting.

Full Day Trip to Colonia

The historical tiny town of Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay is only an hour ferry ride across the Rio de la Plata. Visiting this picturesque town, now an UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers you a chance to step into the 17th century as most of the old buildings have been preserved in its historic downtown. The charming cobblestone streets are now a chic hangout for wealthy porteños and make an ideal day trip for those wanting a break from the bustle of Buenos Aires. Colonia is also just a bus ride away from Montevideo, and tours to both can easily be combined.

Full Day Trip to Montevideo

The capital city of Uruguay, Montevideo, lies on the shores of the Rio de la Plata and is a two hour boat ride from Buenos Aires. Upon arrival in Montevideo, the most southern capital in the world, you will enjoy a guided tour of the colonial district, lunch at a portside restaurant, and a visit to the Punta Carretas shopping mall. The trip will include round trip transfers, a fully guided tour and lunch. You also have some free time to explore the sites independently.

The ferry ride, transfers, tour, and lunch are included. Drinks not included with the lunch.

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