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Buenos Aires: Empanadas and Alfajores Cooking Experience

1. Buenos Aires: Empanadas and Alfajores Cooking Experience

Learn about Argentina's culture through this presential experience. Ideal for you and your kids. Cook your very own Argentinian empanadas and make your own Dulce de Leche alfajores, hosted by a native guide in Buenos Aires. First, be shown how you and your family can prepare Argentinian empanadas, one of the most important dishes in the country, choosing between meat or a vegan option. Learn how to make the famous dulce de leche. In the end, use it for the preparation of alfajores.

Buenos Aires: Malbec Wine Tasting Experience

2. Buenos Aires: Malbec Wine Tasting Experience

Visit a local wine cellar run by an expert sommelier, who will show you all there is to know about Argentina's best wines. Make your way through a carefully-chosen wine selection, learning about wine production in the region as you taste. Over the course of the 2-hour tour, an expert sommelier will share information about the different vintages, vineyard locations, and grape varieties of the wines you taste. Get acquainted with the winemaking landscape in Argentina, focusing on the country's famous Malbec wines. Snack on picada, a typical Argentinian appetizer that pairs perfectly with a Malbec.

Buenos Aires by Night: Small Group City Tour

3. 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.

Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

4. Buenos Aires: Empanada, Asado, Mate & Dessert Cooking Class

If you are tired of cooking the same dishes every week and wish to try something different, this class to make fresh empanadas, asado, mate, and chocotorta will be perfect for you.  Meet your group in front of the local market Mercado San Telmo, and feel like a local as you shop for your own fresh ingredients. Then, move to the nearby cooking location and start preparing the popular local dishes. Empanada is a baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and meat or veggie filling, and one of the symbols of Argentine food. It has the perfect form to preserve all the flavors of the dish. At its core, asado is meat grilled in its purest form, a method for barbecuing especially used in Argentina. You'll also create your own mate, a typical Argentine drink, which can be drunk cold or hot. Finally, close off your cooking experience with a traditional local dessert: a chocotorta, or chocolate cake. This is a great opportunity to travel with your senses, and get inspired while you travel or live in Argentina. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about Argentine food.

Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

5. Palermo: Graffiti and Street Art Guided Tour in English

Stroll through the colorful streets of Palermo in Buenos Aires on a guided walking tour. See thought-provoking graffiti and street art while learning about the neighborhood’s history from your guide.   Travel back in time to the 1920's and understand the political movements gaining traction in Argentina at the time. Discover how graffiti was seen as political endorsement and how it was used as propaganda and for election campaigns.   Then, learn about the arrival of aerosol paints in 1969 and the influence of a different military government. Discover how the new material allowed messages to be written much faster than before and how this impacted the urban movements during the 1970's. Listen to stories about how Argentinians became progressively more involved in the act of protesting and the social conflict of the time.

Buenos Aires: La Boca Guided Walking Tour in English

6. 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.

Buenos Aires: Bike Tour with Optional Electric Bike

7. Buenos Aires: Bike Tour with Optional Electric Bike

Choose between 2 pleasant rides and get to know Buenos Aires on a bike on an easy and enjoyable ride. Opt for an upgrade to an electric bike for an extra smooth ride. Follow a local certified guide through 1 of 2 beautiful sightseeing tours, all the while picking up insights into the history and culture of Buenos Aires. Both tours start and end in the local partner’s shop, where you can choose your bike and the safety gear you prefer.  • Buenos Aires to the South (around 3 hours) Learn the history of the origins of Buenos Aires in all its traditional houses, winding streets, and friendly locals. Get a real feel for the essence of the original barrios. Along the tour, you’ll make 7 stops, which highlight the city’s main passions: tango and soccer. Discover the beautiful green space along the southern coast, the Ecological Reserve. Visit the neighborhoods of San Telmo, La Boca, Puerto Madero, and Monserrat. • Buenos Aires to the North (around 3 hours) The tour strikes a great balance between history and modernity. Along 7 stops, visit parks, great French-style buildings, and discover how the elite and influential families helped to build the country. Onboard your bike, you’ll get the know the Porteño’s, or people of the port's, favorite local spots and begin to understand why Buenos Aires is referred to as “The Paris of South America”. Visit the neighborhoods of Puerto Madero, Retiro, Recoleta, Palermo, and Monserrat.

Buenos Aires: La Recoleta Cemetery Guided Tour in English

8. Buenos Aires: La Recoleta Cemetery Guided Tour in English

Experience a guided tour of the Recoleta Cemetery in English. Appreciate the artistry of Buenos Aires’ oldest cemetery while discovering many of its mysteries. Let your guide lead you round the cemetery while sharing stories of the families who built over 4000 grand mausoleums to be admired by society. Marvel at the grandeur of the several mausoleums there including those of several Argentinian presidents and, most famously, Eva ‘Evita’ Perón. With many aesthetically pleasing statues, mausoleum edifice constructions and decorative flairs, interact with the history of the city of Buenos Aires and some of its more well-known historical residents.

Palermo Soho: Empanadas and Wine Tasting Walking Tour

9. Palermo Soho: Empanadas and Wine Tasting Walking Tour

Get to know Palermo Soho, the trendiest neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Stroll through its streets while your guide introduces you to the culture and one of the most popular dishes and wines, Empanadas, and Malbec. Start in the center of Palermo Soho after meeting with your guide. Afterward, return to the meeting point and enjoy an Argentinian Empanadas cooking class and a unique Malbec wine tasting.

Buenos Aires Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

10. Buenos Aires Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

Get to know Buenos Aires with a friendly local guide who will help customize a 2, 3 or 4 hour tour to your interests. Your guide will meet you where you're staying to help you get familiar with the neighborhood, tell you about the best places to eat and shop and the easiest ways to get around, as well as the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour you'll feel more comfortable making your way around the city and confident you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. Although this is a walking tour, you have the option of taking public transportation or a taxi to get around (at additional cost). Please indicate if you’d like a private car included in the tour.

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What people are saying about Buenos Aires

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 357 reviews

Very knowledgeable tour guide! The tour focuses primarily on a few prominent graves and historical items in the cemetery. I would highly recommend arriving at the cemetery an hour or two early to walk through and enjoy the architecture on your own, then supplement it with the tour.

What a fun way to spend an afternoon in Buenos Aires! Nayla and team did a fantastic job teaching us how to make delicious empanadas and alfajores. They also accommodated multiple languages including Spanish, Portuguese, and English. Highly recommend!

It was awesome! The guides were very personable and helped me a lot with my conversational Spanish

Nice guide who knew you well and tried very hard. Even let me try Mato in a private setting.

Really great in-depth tour of La Boca. Not too long…perfect balance of duration and detail.