Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour (Morning)
Retiro, one of the city's most populous neighborhoods, will be your first stop on your sightseeing tour. Your coach will pass by many of Buenos Aires' famous landmarks, with historical and cultural commentary from your guide. On the way to Teatro Colón, the city's famous opera house, see the Metropolitan Cathedral and the town hall, or Cabildo. Visit the famous Plaza de la República and the Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires.) Stop at Casa Rosada, the Argentine presidential office in Plaza de Mayo, and snap some photos of its famous pink exterior.
San Telmo is your next stop, and on the way there you'll pass through Puerto Madero, one of Buenos Aires' oldest neighborhoods that sits right on the water. Colonial architecture abounds around Dorrego Square, which is known to host spontaneous tango performances almost daily. La Boca, a historically Italian neighborhood, features brightly painted buildings on its main thoroughfare. Disembark and stroll some pedestrian streets in the area; maybe even purchase some wares from local artisans and artists. Hop back on the coach, passing through the Palermo neighborhood and Palermo Woods. End your tour in Recoleta, famed for its mansions and the fascinating Recoleta Cemetery.
Tango Show with Dinner (Evening):
Enjoy Argentina's passionate, vibrant national pastime while you dine on elegant Argentinian and international cuisine. Accompanied by a varied selection of unlimited wine, this dinner and professional tango show is truly a feast for the senses at your choice to two tango clubs.
Tango Option 1: Café de los Angelitos
This club has over a century of experience bringing tango to the public. The tango show will teach diners the history and passion of the tango while enjoying exceptional food and wine.
Tango Option 2: Tango Porteño
A throwback to Argentine tango's golden era, this 1940s–themed club recreates the magic and ambiance of Buenos Aires during that era. Accompanied by enticing food and drink, the tango show features music from some of the great orchestras of the time like Piassolla and Pugliesse.