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  • Tigre Delta Premium Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

    1. Tigre Delta Premium Small-Group Tour from Buenos Aires

    Travel from central Buenos Aires to the port to begin this 5-hour trip, as the guide points out sites of interest along the way. Board a first-class motorboat for a 2-hour cruise along the Rio de la Plata. Learn about the region's distinct plant and animal life and its historical importance to Buenos Aires, while enjoying views of the city. Disembark and stop for a snack at a local restaurant before heading to the most important neighborhood in Tigre with your guide. Visit a colorful riverside market and stroll through San Isidro, the town's historical center. Finish the tour at the Presidential Residence in Olivos before the transfer back to your Buenos Aires hotel.

    I had a tour that not only met, but exceeded my expectations. Not only was Pat super knowledgeable, but very personable. I was on the tour alone which sometimes can be a bit awkward with someone you don't know, BUT within 5 minutes I felt very comfortable and had the best day exploring El Tigre. I was discouraged by many to not take a tour and to do this on my own and I'm SO glad that I spent the money and did the tour! It was worth every penny!

  • Highlights of Buenos Aires: Small Group 3-Hour Guided Tour

    2. Highlights of Buenos Aires: Small Group 3-Hour Guided Tour

    On this 3-hour tour you’ll have the opportunity to see the main site of Buenos Aires. Begin at the Plaza de Mayo or May Square, the site of the most important historical events since the city’s founding. Your guide will show you the most important buildings and monuments and tell you about the square’s history. Then enjoy Avenida de Mayo (May Avenue) and marvel at the atmosphere of San Telmo, the oldest residential neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Walk along its cobble-stoned streets and explore its antiques shops and picturesque buildings. Feel the beat of the original Argentinian tango in the neighborhood of La Boca. Walk along Caminito Street and watch the dancers and browse the shops. See the mythical Boca Juniors soccer stadium. Experience the modernization of the city as you travel along Madero Port and see its docks that are home to large office buildings and an ...

    Wonderful way to learn about this huge City. Pick up and drop off were on time and the guide took a tremendous amount of time explaining about architecture (which we love) and since we were a small group, everything went really smoothly.

  • Private Day Trip to Tigre Delta from Buenos Aires

    3. Private Day Trip to Tigre Delta from Buenos Aires

    Meet your own private guide and driver at your Buenos Aires hotel at the designated time to set of on your day trip to Tigre. As you make your way through Buenos Aires, your guide will tell you about the area, pointing out sites of interest on the way to the port.  Upon arrival, you will board a shared first class motorboat for a 2-hour cruise along the De La Plata River. As you move through the water, learn about the region's distinct plant and animal life, and its historical importance to Buenos Aires while enjoying a coastal view of the City. Disembark and stop for a snack at a local restaurant featuring a different variety of options to choose from (alcoholic drinks are available at your own expense). When you've had your fill, get picked up by your guide and taken to the most important neighborhood in Tigre. Take in a colorful riverside market and stroll through San Isidro, the to...

  • Buenos Aires: Tigre Delta Trip and Visit to Puerto de Frutos

    4. Buenos Aires: Tigre Delta Trip and Visit to Puerto de Frutos

    Explore the northern part of the Province of Buenos Aires where the small city of Tigre is located. Get picked up from your accommodation in downtown Buenos Aires and go on a scenic boat ride along the Tigre River. Take in views of the small streams that branch off and the numerous islands of the delta. Get a glimpse of the typical islander lifestyle as you pass houses, schools, and churches. From the minibus, see the Paseo Victorica, the Museo del Mate, and the Naval Museum. Take in a beautiful view of the Tigre Art Museum, an elegant building from the end of the 19th century. Then head to the Puerto de Frutos area where you will have free time to explore the many shops and museums.

    Martin had a lot of knowledge about the Favela & was only too happy to pass it on to us His English was excellent,with his personality he made a extremely good guide.

  • Buenos Aires: La Boca Guided Walking Tour in English

    5. Buenos Aires: La Boca Guided Walking Tour in English

    Join a 2-hour walking tour around La Boca and discover one of the most picturesque places in Buenos Aires. Take in the colorful homes in the multicultural district and learn about the art of tango.   On your journey through the neighborhood, you will likely encounter live performances of Tango dancers on the streets. See many works of "fileteado" art and learn about its origin.   Finish the tour outside La Bombonera Stadium, where you will get to know the history of the Boca Juniors, the most popular football club in Argentina. After the tour, you can enter the stadium and the Boca Juniors Museum.

    Only concern was the amount in the group. Should have been less as sometimes we could not hear the guide. The guide was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable.

  • Buenos Aires: History & Local Culture Bike Tour

    6. Buenos Aires: History & Local Culture Bike Tour

    In a group of no more than 6 people and the expertise of a local guide, get to know the lively city of Buenon Aires by bike. From the convenient meeting point, travel the urban terrain on a bike with gears and suspension for a comfortable ride. Take in the best historical sights and most notable areas of the sprawling city. The tour will visit the Plaza de Mayo, the most important historical site in Buenos Aries. From there venture onward to the newest area in the city, Puerto Madero. Cycle down to the old riverside at Costanera Sur and stop by La Boca where old traditions are very much alive. See the Boca Juniors Soccer Stadium, the open-door Calle Museo Caminito museum, and the beautiful grounds of Lezama Park.   Along the way, there will be time to experience a traditional mate tasting. Enjoy the national drink of Argentina — an infused caffeine drink originating from South America ...

  • Buenos Aires Bike Tour: South or North Circuit

    7. Buenos Aires Bike Tour: South or North Circuit

    After meeting your guide at the local partner's office, listen to a quick safety briefing before receiving your bike (a comfy beach cruiser) and helmet. If you choose the South Circuit, begin with a cycle around San Telmo, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, known for its well-preserved colonial architecture. See its many attractions, including the Russian Orthodox Holy Trinity Church, San Telmo Market and Dorrego Square, the heart of San Telmo. Observe life in the square’s cafes, bars, and shops, and watch for spontaneous tango performances – as San Telmo is the center of tango in Buenos Aires.  Next, ride into La Boca, Buenos Aires’ most colorful neighborhood, where a European atmosphere has remained strong since the neighborhood was settled by Italian immigrants. The district is popular with visitors for its brightly painted buildings, especially along the Caminito – the neighbo...

    Muy buena coordinación en el tour, una excelente guía para recorrer los diferentes eres lugares con explicación y detalle de cada uno de ellos. Una ciudad para recorrerla en bicicleta.

  • Buenos Aires: Argentinian Cooking Class & Market Tour

    8. Buenos Aires: Argentinian Cooking Class & Market Tour

    Discover the secrets of Argentinian cuisine on this cooking class. Your local instructor will show you the proper technique to make each dish and explain their history, as well as teaching you about the different culinary traditions in the country. You'll be welcomed with alfajores and a cup of mate, a herby hot beverage, then start your cooking class. If the Market option is selected, start by visiting the Market of Progress, a 130 year-old historic and still-functioning gastronomic market, where you'll pick fresh and organic ingredients for your meal and occasionally get to try Argentinian treats. Next, make a brief stop in the English District to observe its architecture. Finally, you'll arrive at your instructor's home for your cooking class. Make the dough and the fillings for meat and corn empanadas from scratch, and learn how to make Argentinian-style dulce de leche pancakes. Du...

    We had a wonderful day with Shir in BA. The gourmet market was full of wonderful fresh food, and our visit was followed by a scenic stroll through the historic English neighbourhood. We then went up to Shir's immaculate apartment, where we learned how to make two types of empanadas, and toss pancakes like a pro. Then we ate local cakes, a cheese and meat platter, drank wine, ate our freshly made empanadas and finished off with pancakes and big spoonfuls of dulce de leche. Shir was great company and the perfect host, as were the other two guests. What a great day out! Highly recommended

  • Bueno Aires: City Tour with Optional Boat Ride

    9. Bueno Aires: City Tour with Optional Boat Ride

    After pickup from your hotel or the meeting point, begin with a walk through the history of Buenos Aires. Discover the neighborhoods of Retiro, Palermo, and Recoleta, where you can see large green spaces and beautiful French-style mansions emblematic of the splendor of Buenos Aires' high society of the early 20th century. Continuing towards the center of the city, pass by the iconic 9 de Julio Avenue and the Colon Theater and the Obelisk. You will then reach the Plaza de Mayo, where the city was founded in 1580. Stop for 20 minutes to see the Government House, the Cabildo, and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Continuing towards the south of the city, you will visit the suburbs, where you can breathe the air of tango in its birthplace: San Telmo. Visit the neighborhood of La Boca, where one of the most famous stadiums in the world is located, La Bombonera, home of Club Atlético Boca Juniors. ...

  • Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

    10. Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

    The first stop of your night tour of Buenos Aires will be at the main square of the city, Plaza de Mayo, where you will be able to appreciate the most important public buildings and monuments, such as the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo (Town Hall) and the Pyramid of May. Then you will head to the bohemian neighborhood of San Telmo where you will be enchanted by its narrow cobblestone streets and the magical Dorrego Plaza. After that, visit the exclusive neighborhood of Puerto Madero. You will walk along the waterfront and cross the famous Women’s Bridge. Finally drive through the famous 9 of July Avenue heading north to the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, famous for its nightlife. On the way, you will see the glowing Floralis Genérica.

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What people are saying about Buenos Aires

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 358 reviews

What an inspiring way to visit the City. We were the only in the tour and had the luck of all the guides atention, so it was a full 3 hours about Buenos Aires, we got to visit some of the most interesting buildings. And we got to take some amazing pictures of the city.

This was a great way to be introduced to Buenos Aires. Our guide made everything possible to teach us about Argentina´s history and culture. We learnt a lot and Ernesto was of great help. We will return for more tours with Signature Tours.

It was a wonderful experience in which our guide Enrique filled us with information and took our short trip to Buenos Aires to another level. We got to visit the City from it´s beginnings to the newest and learnt so much about the culture.

Wonderful way to learn about this huge City. Pick up and drop off were on time and the guide took a tremendous amount of time explaining about architecture (which we love) and since we were a small group, everything went really smoothly.

Buenos Aires is amazing even in the middle of the Pandemia. Our tour guide Joachim was really fun