Discover the historical center on a guided walking tour that will take you through the emblematic Plaza de Mayo, where you will stop for pictures in front of la Casa Rosada, the pink Presidential Palace.
Drive to San Telmo. A neighborhood much loved by local artists and dancers, this is the city's oldest neighborhood with its many busy cafes, tango parlors, and antique shops lining the cobblestone colonial streets.
Take time to tango around the colorful 'El Caminito' street museum, which was once a home to Italian immigrants.
And to finish the tour, we will visit Puerto Madero, which is a pioneer project for the rehabilitation of the old docks of the city that emerged in the 90s. In an ultra-modern world, but remaining loyal to its maritime merchant past, restaurants, bars, and luxury buildings blend together.
Navigate the Río de la Plata in front of the City of Buenos Aires and Costanera Norte. Enjoy nature, winds, and sailing. If you have sailing experience, you can take the helm of the ship and even maneuver the sails, always with assistance of the captain.
We set sail from Puerto Madero, Puerto de Núñez or Puerto de Olivos.
Dinner at Rojo Tango. Tango remains Argentina's premier musical art form and Rojo Tango dancers, singers, and musicians have been acclaimed as some of Argentina’s best.
A dazzling live orchestra, great dancers, traditional Argentine cuisine, and a fine selection of local wines and cocktails all make this a must-see production.
At about 11pm, transfer to your hotel (10 min).
Overnight at the 1828 Smart Hotel.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Dinner at Rojo Tango