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Tigre Delta Day Trip from Buenos Aires
"Full-Day Tour (8 hours)Meet your guide in central Buenos Aires and start your Delta adventure by listening to a little history about the development and expansion of Buenos Aires through the years. With your guide board the boat at Puerto Madero and head to Tigre.Cruise along the Costanera Navigation Canal parallel to the Buenos Aires shoreline passing the River Plate Stadium and the University of Buenos Aires. Then cruise through the canals of the delta one of the largest in the world. Discover how the inhabitants of the delta turned it from a swampy area into a developed region with grass paths and canals of fresh water. Pass yacht clubs
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"Buenos Aires Super Saver: City Sightseeing Tour
"Buenos Aires Super Saver: City Sightseeing Tour Tango Show with Dinner and Tigre Delta River Cruise""Tigre Delta Tour (Morning):Upon pickup from your hotel board a comfortable coach and head out of the city center to San Isidro driving parallel to the scenic Rio de la Plata. When you reach the affluent town your guide will point out the San Isidro Cathedral and numerous mansions long inhabited by Argentina’s aristocratic families. Continue to Tigre and board a catamaran for a 40-minute cruise through Tigre Delta observing island residents interacting with floating services such as the supermarket boat and water taxi. Admire the homes built on stilts and view President Sarmiento’s home and museum before re-boarding your coach at the port for the return drive to B
From $155.00
Buenos Aires Super Saver: City Sightseeing Tour and Tango Dinner Show
"Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour (Morning):Start your 9am sightseeing tour in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires by hopping aboard your comfortable air-conditioned coach and relaxing as the city passes by. You’ll drive past significant cultural and his your guide will point out the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (town hall) before taking you to Teatro Colón a lovely opera house built near Plaza de la República and the Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires).Back aboard the coach drive through the waterfront district of Puerto Madero one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods en route to San Telmo. Admire the well-preserved colonial architecture and don’t be surprised to see a spontaneous tango performance at Dorrego Square. When you reach La Boca a neighborhood settled by Italian immigrants
From $116.00

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I ordered the Lomo 300 grains 53 and a pepsi 9 Cubiertos 9=71 Total= around $ 18 The Steak was thick hot juicy a bit rare in center but juicy soft tender=Excellent.Table bread was include...
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El Mirasol

It's a restaurant chain with three addresses. They have a big menu with a lot of options from good salads to giant argentinian meat cuts. Try the "panqueque de dulce de leche" as a dessert. The...
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El Mirasol

I heard about this steakhouse/parrilla from Frommer's. If you want to know why Argentina is so famous for its beef, come here with an empty stomach and indulge. Many business people come here, so you...
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Corbeta Uruguay Museum Ship

The Corbeta Uruguay, bought from England in 1874 and still cared for by the Argentine Navy, is now a musuem docked at Puerto Madero. You can climb all over this important sailing ship, which has...
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CCK Cultural Center

The CCK Cultural Center is inside the restored and renovated building of the formal Central Post Office. Like many buildings in Buenos Aires it is a beautiful building, an architectural monument in...
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Centro Cultural Borges

CCBorges El Centro Cultural Borges está ubicado en pleno centro de Buenos Aires, aquí siempre hay exposiciones de cuadros, fotos, etc. CCBorges: The Borges Cultural Center is located in beautiful...
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Calle Florida - Florida Street

We arrived here by subway at about 2 PMand couldn't believe the hourds of peoplewe saw!! Honestly it was the busiest street I've ever seen.We hung on to our bags and joined the throngs.There'sgood...
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Plaza Italia

Plaza Italia is a small square next to Jardin Zoologico, Jardin Botanico and Sociedad Rural Argentina (it houses the annual agriculture fair in July; the rest of the year different shows and...
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Metropolitan Cathedral - Catedral Metropolitana

It is huge, and inside is marvelous. I even saw a plaque devoted to the Holodomor, or the holocaust of about 10 millions ukrainians by the sinister Stalin. I was lucky to be there when the change of...
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Getting to El Mirasol


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