See all the landmarks of Buenos Aires during the day and attend a tango show in the evening on this combination tour. On board a comfortable bus, spend 3 hours touring the most important attractions such as Republica Square, Colon Theatre, the Casa Rosada and the Plaza de Mayo. Explore neighborhoods like Recoleta, Palermo and La Boca. In the evening, dine on a meal featuring international and traditional Argentine dishes before watching twenty talented performers strut their stuff at Tango Madero. Allow yourself to be swept away history of tango during the course of the ninety minute show. Round-trip transportation from Buenos Aires hotels is provided.
See all the landmarks of Buenos Aires during the day and attend Madero Tango in the evening
Spend 3 hours touring the most important attractions such as Republica Square, Colon Theatre, the Casa Rosada and the Plaza de Mayo
Explore neighborhoods like Recoleta, Palermo and La Boca
Dine on a meal featuring international and traditional Argentine dishes
Watch twenty talented performers strut their stuff at Madero Tango
Our tour guide Mercedes was punctual , very friendly and gave a good tour . Always enjoy visiting Laboca . Tour lasted longer than anticipated didn't feel rushed. Our guide even was able to exchange money for us at the current rate of exchange so that helped us in not having to find a cambio money exchange store. Tango show was very good. The show is down on the waterfront which has nice views. Food was good but needed help in trying to figure how the ordering process went . But the staff there was very accommodating. We have seen a few tango shows but this one was the best , dancing was tremendous and the show was like a Broadway show..
The city sightseeing was unfortunate with too many participants and bad tour guideshe forced everyone to leave the bus in terrible chill and wind even I did not want to get off due to leg problem.
The Tango was too long, and the driver was nuts the way he drove.
We loved the city tour and the Tango show! Camilla picked us up at our hotel, right on time, for the sightseeing tour. I had read in some tour books that La Boca was not an area tourists should go, but I was so glad we had arranged for the tour because La Boca was included and we LOVED the area and would not have seen it otherwise. I had read some reviews of the Tango show that they had been picked up late etc, but our bus was right on time. We had a great table. The show is in the beautiful Madera area of the city with a wonderful view of the river. Get a good nap before the show because it starts around 10:00 and does not end until midnight. We highly recommend the show. It was a lot of fun. The dinner was fine, nothing amazing, but we took pictures with the tango dancers and had a great time together
Although they tell us they will pick up us at a certaşn time they arrive 30 minutes late. The bus was full, my son sits on my lap then tour quide tried to arrange a place. Also tango was good but sightseeing ang tango were arranged by different tours. When we go to Madero it was uncertain what was included/excluded to the menu. Although in the tour program it states that it takes 1.5-2 hours it overs at midnight.
the city sightseeing tour was like what you could google online or on tripadvisor, 3-4 hot spots. the madero tango show, although we were picked up on time and arrived early, we were seated towards the right side of the stage, and could not see very well. the food was also mediocre, but it was a two for one deal, so no complaints!
The tour was very enjoyable, for our first day in Buenos Aires! My one complaint was we were supposed to be picked up at 2:30 and weren't until after 3:00. I also called multiple times and was hung up on so I had no idea if the bus was going to show up.
The city sightseeing tour was OK!! We felt it was very rushed and as far as photo stops went we didn't have many. The tour guide spoke Spanish more of them and we felt she spent more time explaining things in Spanish than she did to us in English just a handful of us. We also felt that when something interesting came up she told us a bit too late so we ended up either getting a terrible photo or no photo at all. It was hard trying to get a decent photo from a coach window!! We passed the cemetery where Eva Peron was buried but did not get off to see her grave. When we asked the tour guide why she just replied that we had to go on another tour to see it a bit difficult when this tour was on our last day in Buenos Aires!! She was also always trying to sell other tours. The biggest disappointment for us was when the photographer on our bus took a photo of each couple and came back with our heads on a couple of tango dancers great idea so we decided to buy the photo which also came with a DVD of Buenos Aires. We decided to play it when we got home and a message came up to say basically that it could not be played in the UK. I wonder if the other people on our tour managed to play theirs in their countries!!
The Tango show with dinner was a big improvement 4 stars. The dinner was good especially the cheese soup highly recommend it. The show was very lively and the dancers worked really hard to put on a great show. We enjoyed it but unfortunately my wife felt ill towards the end and we had to go out to the reception area to get some fresh air. The staff were very helpful and concerned giving her water/soft drinks and making sure she felt OK before we went back to our hotel. We are both very
touched and grateful for their help that night!! Thanks to all of them from us.