Upon arrival in Buenos Aires, you will be met at the airport by a private car and transferred to your hotel in the trendy Palermo neighborhood.
After lunch this afternoon you will have a private 3.5- hour tour of the city. Explore Palermo Viejo, also known as “Palermo Soho” and “Hollywood,” Buenos Aires’ trendiest neighborhood. Populated by Spanish and Italian immigrants at the turn of the 19th century, Palermo has thrived over the past 10 years, as creative shops, innovative restaurants, and trendy bars continue to emerge.
Later, put on your dancing shoes for a private one-hour tango lesson.
We have lots of suggestions to offer you for dinner this evening ranging from Peruvian-Japanese fare to quintessential Andean dishes.
Overnight Palermitano Hotel
Following breakfast this morning you will venture out on a private graffiti tour of the streets of Buenos Aires. Graffiti is considered a form of contemporary art as it has become more popular and well respected in major cities around the world. Buenos Aires is filled with the colorful urban artwork of great local and international artists, and today you’ll observe walls, visit galleries and shops, and explore the vibrant street art scene in the Colegiales and Palermo neighborhoods. The walk, providing a perfect opportunity for you to take creative photographs, will end with drinks in a local graffiti bar.
Lunch on your own and enjoy some quiet time at your hotel before this afternoon's soccer match (Time to be confirmed).
Soccer is by far the most important sport in Argentina, and for many fans it is quite simply a way of life. Watching a soccer game is one of the most thrilling local experiences a visitor to Buenos Aires can have. This afternoon a guide will accompany you to the stadium and will translate and explain the etiquette and rituals of the game and its passionate fans.
Over a third of Argentina’s population is of Italian descent. This evening we suggest you dine at Guido's Bar, a charming Italian canteen. You won’t find a menu here—the waiters simply ask if you’d like red or white wine, after which you’ll be brought seemingly endless platters of Argentine-infused Italian food.
Overnight Palermitano Hotel
Spend the morning exploring the city on your own. If your final day falls on a Sunday, don't miss market day in the San Telmo neighborhood. Known for its bohemian charm, quaint and funky San Telmo is the neighborhood of arts, antiques, tango and timelessness. On Sundays the market comes to life. Centered around the Antiques Fair in Plaza Dorrego, and stretching down the cobblestone Calle Defensa, artisans, musicians, street performers, and elderly antiques vendors come from near and far to share their treasures and their talents with the public.
Start at the antiques market, which overflows in the Plaza Dorrego with everything from jewelry and dresses to army helmets and tango records. Exploring the market is like looking through a window into Argentina’s past. If you don't find what you're looking for in the Plaza, stroll down Defensa where there are dozens of well-established and stylish antique stores.
If there is time, return to any part of the city that has particularly captivated you. We do have suggestions! If you want the best of the best shops strike out for Arandu for leather, Perez Sanz for handbags, Casa Lopez for leather clothing, and Comme Il Faut for tango shoes that will double as your favorite, sexiest evening shoes!
Your driver will meet you at your hotel for your transfer to the airport in time to meet your departure flight, or continue on to your next Willing Foot itinerary.
*Price is subject to change due to date and time of year of booking as well as to currency fluctuation. The price is only an estimate at this time and an accurate costing will be provided when itineraries are chosen and submitted. Prices are based on double occupancy.
- Airport Transfers
- Soccer Match with Transfers and Assistance
- Graffiti Tour (3 hours)
- Private Tango Lesson with Transfer
- Days 2 & 3: Breakfast
- International Airfare
- Visa (if required)
- Trip Cancellation Insurance
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Items of a Personal Nature
- We recommend that our clients consult their General Practitioner or Travel Clinic for advice on necessary vaccinations or medicines depending on the region to which they are traveling.
- All guests are strongly advised to take out comprehensive travel insurance covering them for all personal effects, personal accident, medical and emergency travel expenses, cancellation, and curtailment.
- Self-drive passengers renting a car are required to carry a valid international driver's license.