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Buenos Aires by Night Private Tour with All-Inclusive Dinner
"After pick-up at your hotel or accommodation in Buenos Aires around 8pm you will head to a local ""Parilla"" (Argentinean wood-fired grill restaurant) with your personal guide in the Palermo neighborhood. You will spend a little over an hour to savor an Argentinian a la carte dinner of grilled meats and side dishes. Your din you will be whisked away to admire the beautiful Buenos Aires monuments and historical sites perfectly illuminated against the nighttime sky. First drive through Avenida Libertador and Los Bosques de Palermo to reach Avenida 9 de Julio where you will see the statue of Don Quixote teatro Colon and the French Embassy which has been hailed as an architectural masterpiece and saved from demolition. Continue along Corrientes Avenue the Broadway lane of Buenos Aires. Pass the Obelisco (Obelisk) and stop for approximately a half-hour in Plaza de Mayo the main square of the Montserrat neighborhood featuring a feast of lighted noteworthy historical buidlings and monuments. On Avenida de Mayo heading up to Plaza Congreso
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Private City Tour of Buenos Aires
"Your private tour begins with hotel pickup. Meet your guide and start your 3-hour tour to discover the beauty and magic of Buenos Aires. You will start by visiting Colon Theatre and see the symbolic Obelisco. Then head to Plaza de Mayo which is the historical political and foundational epicenter. You will also see the Metropolitan Cathedral Government House the Cabildo and the Municipality.Your tour continues to the southern part of the city as you visit San Telmo neighborhood and continue to La Boca neighborhood. Here you can see the Boca Juniors Football Stadium and visit Caminito the most touristic place of the area. Bordering the Riachuelo
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Private Tour: North Buenos Aires City Sightseeing
"Your private tour of Buenos Aires begins after hotel pickup. Board a private vehicle and head to the neighborhood of El Retiro where you can visit San Martin Square and the English Tower. You'll continue on to the Palermo neighborhood with its interestin the Rose Garden Botanical Garden and the zoo). Moreover you'll visit the modern districts of Palermo Soho and Hollywood where you can walk around and admire the design shops and boutiques. Finish off your tour by visitin La Recoleta which was home to the aristocratic families of Buenos Aires in the past. You will stop at its famous cemetery renown for its elaborate art in tombs and graves and the place where the remains of iconic Argentinian figures like Evita rest.Your tour ends with hotel drop-off."""
From $102.00

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Las Cholas: Northern Food!

If you're not familiar with the typical food that is made in the north-west part of Argentina (Tucumán, Salta and Jujuy provinces mostly) then you should definitely try this place!. The ambiance is very similar to the one you get in that area of the country (the tables, the glasses, the decoration), although I didn't understand the low lights...
It gets really crowded, so you might have to wait at least 10 minutes to get a table. The prices are really low in comparison with other similar restaurants.
The table-cloth is made of paper, so you are given crayons at the end of the meal to do some doodling... :) Good thing if you're going with kids!

Favorite Dish If you want to go for northern local food, some musts are: Humita (made with mashed corn, cheese and spices) and Tamales (a sort of flour with minced beef). These two are wrapped in a corn cob. Other specialities: Empanadas, Carbonada. Dessert: Arroz con leche (Rice pudding), Dulce de Cayote (a typical fruit), Goat Cheese with Cayote.
They also serve barbecue, as that is typical all over the country!

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Things to Do Near Las Cholas

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Bosques De Palermo - Palermo Park

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Lagos de Palermo

lago de palermo: Es el lugar ideal para paseos, deportes acuaticos, ejercicios físicos, contemplación de su vegetación. Es muy visitado en el verano donde se organizan una gran variedad de actividades...
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Evita Museum - Museo Evita

Whilst most visitors to Buenos Aires seek out Eva Peron's final place of rest at the Recoleta Cemetery, the Museo Evita (entry 50 Pesos), fleshes out the story of this most well known...
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Chacarita Cemetery

We have another big cementery in the city. It is called Cementerio de la Chacarita and it's located in Chacarita. Free guided visits: every 2° y 4°saturday at 11 am. En la ciudad tenemos otro...
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Tierra Santa - Religious Theme Park

Venta de Entradas: Martes a Viernes de 9 a 21.30 hs. (Parque abierto hasta las 23 hs.) Sábados, Domingos y Feriados 11 a 22 hs. (Parque abierto hasta las 23.30 hs.) Entradas: Mayores $15 Menores...
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Museo Jose Hernandez

Muestra Permanente: CON EL CAMBIO DE SIGLO (PLATERIA), EL REVES DE LA TRAMA (TEJIDO) Y LA PULPERIA DE CAMPAÑA Otras muestras: Artesanías de la Argentina Se muestran los modos de hacer y saber...
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Getting to Las Cholas

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Arce 306, C1426BSD Buenos Aires

Hours

  • Sunday 12:00 to 02:00
  • Monday 12:00 to 03:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 to 03:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 to 03:00
  • Thursday 12:00 to 03:00
  • Friday 12:00 to 03:00
  • Saturday 12:00 to 04:00

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