Arrival at Ezeiza, Buenos Aires international airport. Meet and greet with your localhost, transfer to your hotel (45 min) and assistance with check-in.
After time to freshen up, you will be picked up for your city tour.
Visit the traditional and historic neighborhoods of the Argentinean capital. Starting with the city's main square, the Plaza de Mayo where the Avenida de Mayo starts, Buenos Aires's historic avenue. Pass the Casa Rosada, the seat of the Government, the white Cabildo, a historic place of administrative power and now transformed into a small museum of the history of the city, and finally the imposing cathedral.
Make your way to San Telmo, a neighborhood known for hosting the great families that founded the city and the cradle of the tango. Its cobbled streets are now occupied by artisans and secondhand goods dealers. This neighborhood is very popular for its colonial architecture and history; it is also very famous for the craft fair on Sunday.
From there you will visit La Boca located at the southern edge of the city by the Riachuelo river. La Boca is a typical and colorful neighborhood, where the nostalgic image of the arrival of European emigrants, mainly Italian still lingers. La Boca has become very touristic. We will mainly visit the famous "Caminito" or the international well-known stadium of the Boca Juniors team accompanied by a tango atmosphere.
Visit the 'Pasion Boquense' Musem, the first football-themed museum in America that offers the public an unforgettable experience with the history of the most important soccer team in Argentina and perhaps one of the most-respected worldwide, the 'Boca Juniors'.
Finish your visit with a stop at Puerto Madero, home of a pioneer project for the rehabilitation of the old docks of the city that was started in the 90s. An interesting blend of highly modern architecture and entertainment offers that remains loyal to its maritime merchant past where restaurants, bars, and luxury sit side by side.
Free evening and overnight in Buenos Aires.