Book with Confidence – Covid Update
Discover The City of New Beginnins
Navigate the elegant solid jungle of the South and meet the descendants of the Great Immigration with our favorite Buenos Aires tours.
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They are different experiences and both are worthy, they complement each other perfectly. The tango show is like going to see a play at the theater (you’ll enjoy the orchestra, the dancers, the costumes), plus you can have dinner there and the food of excellent quality. Another day you can schedule a visit to a “milonga”, where the locals dance tango, they are different milongas running on different days of the week so you need to make a little research there. In a milonga, you’ll see regular people dancing tango, have dinner (nothing too fancy) or a drink, dance with locals and other foreigners and even take a class if you want!
As in every big city, you have to be careful, but of course, you can go out! The fashionable area to go out at night is Palermo, there is a great variety of restaurants, bars of handmade beer or designer cocktails.
Yes, and it is very easy. You only need a “Sube” card, which can be bought in the subway stations or in some “Kioskos”, you load the money you want and you can use it for the internal buses of the city, the subway, and the urban trains.
That depends on your interest in the cities, their history, and their culture. Buenos Aires really never sleeps, there is always something to do. Bicycle tours, walking tours, museums, theaters, cinemas, bookstores, cafes, shows and more. It´s recommended at least 3 nights in Buenos Aires, and the best is to stay some nights at the beginning of your trip and one night in the end.
The trendy neighborhoods and where people use to go out are Palermo and Recoleta. If you want to be in a more historical area, the best would be San Telmo or downtown, near Obelisco and Av. Corrientes.
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