One week around Buenos Aires

  • 7 days
  • All seasons
  • Solo
  • Couple
  • Family
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Faune and flora
  • Discovery
  • Medium

Let us be honest, go to Argentina for a week is not very interesting, distances always bring us back to reality. So, the traveller will focus on Buenos Aires, for example, that he will have time to stride along and discover, while enjoying a little getaway according to his means. There is much to do in Argentine capital, four days are a minimum to appreciate its various aspects. The hotel offers international excellent quality, as is the gastronomy.

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Casa Rosada, presidential palace. The large metal flower Floralis Genérica in the park Plaza Naciones Unidas <p>Casa Rosada.</p> Monument of Plaza de Mayo, in memory of the Argentine revolution of 1810. <p>Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes in Buenos Aires.</p>

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Details of the stay: One week around Buenos Aires - 7 days

Day 1 : Arrival in the capital

Arrival in Buenos Aires. Head to the hotel to get settled.

Day 2 : San Telmo district

Discovery of a typical and unmissable district: San Telmo. The best choice is to coincide this day with a Sunday to enjoy the large market around Dorrego square. In the evening, why not take a place in a cabaret to watch a tango show.

Day 3 : Walking in Palermo

Go to Palermo, the bobo district of the capital. Very trendy shops, galleries and high-quality restaurants. In the afternoon, an ice in Recoleta and why not a visit to its famous cemetery.

Day 4 : Colourful houses in La Boca and departure to other horizons

A morning tour of the famous Caminito in La Boca, a real open-air museum. In the afternoon, go to the airport for Puerto Iguazu, El Calafate or Ushuaia according to your means and your desires. Arrival in your city. Head to the hotel.

Day 5 : Discovery of the Argentinean wild landscapes

For Puerto Iguazu, visit of the falls on the Argentinean side. For Ushuaia, hiking in the Tierra del Fuego national park. For El Calafate, the glacier of Perito Moreno.

Day 6 : Hiking and observation of wildlife and flora

For Puerto Iguazu, visit of the falls on the Brazilian side and the bird park in the afternoon. For Ushuaia, the Martial glacier, then a boat trip on the Beagle channel to see sea lions, birds and penguins. A short distance from El Calafate, El Chalten and why not a trekking around the Fitz Roy.

Day 7 : Return to the city

Return to Buenos Aires for some shopping.

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