There is no excuse to not visit this city, one of the most attractive in Latin America, chosen in 2013 by the readers of the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller as the best tourist destination of both Central and South America. If you are a soccer fan you might want to go to the stadium and cheer for your favorite team in a match between Boca and River, two of the most popular teams in Argentina. The Boca Juniors stadium, known as la Bombonera, is one of the most visited sights by tourists and soccer fans. During the tour, you will learn about of the history of this venue and its emblematic team.
Unmissable sights in Buenos Aires
Exploring the town
If you decide to take a city tour you’ll go along the Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires’ most important avenue, where you’ll be able to see the Teatro Colón and the Obelisk, the most iconic monument of the city. You’ll get the chance to visit the Plaza de Mayo and the Metropolitan Cathedral, as well as the presidential palace called Casa Rosada and the City Hall. If you continue the tour, you’ll be able to go through one end of the city to the other, going through Puerto Madero and Retiro to finally get to Palermo, one of Buenos Aires’ most exclusive areas. The city tour will surely be something to remember, as well as the dinners accompanied by the tango shows and the inherent magic of this city. While exploring the Argentinean capital, you can take a break and shop at the best shopping centers, such as Patio Bullrich or Alto Palermo.
The path of wine in the gaucho land
The production of wine in Argentina is renowned in the world; among the most important wine-making areas we can find the Mendoza Cellars, composed of 25,000 hectares of vineyards, featuring Malbec, Cabernet, Merlot, and Chardonnay stocks. You can book short tours to the wine cellars and vineyards, which include tastings and shopping, all this against the backdrop of mesmerizing landscapes and unforgettable adventures.
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