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The “Paris of South America”, as it is called, Buenos Aires boasts a European face and an intensely Latin soul.

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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the Latin American city that most closely resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of the big European capitals. Yet Buenos Aires is much more than that, combining the multi-colored tin houses of La Boca with the popular tango ambience that thrives on the streets of San Telmo.

It also offers all the great options of a large city: a choice of excellent hotels, art museums, shopping, fine dining, tango, theater and arts, night life and world class sporting events related to polo and soccer. This is the blend that makes Buenos Aires a unique and irresistible metropolis.


Explore the city of Buenos Aires: A captivating city that combines the charm of Europe with a vibrant Latin essence. With its elegant architecture, bustling streets, and rich cultural heritage, Buenos Aires offers a truly unique and enchanting experience for visitors from around the globe.

Savor the flavors of Argentina: Visit Puerto Madero, the old port of the city that is now one of the most exclusive gastronomic areas in Buenos Aires.

Immerse yourself in Latin culture: From walking the historic streets to immersing yourself in fine arts, Latin culture is all around you. Take a tour of the National Museum of Fine Arts and explore the city's vibrant galleries.

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Visit the MALBA


A contemporary space dedicated to showcasing Latin American art from the 20th century to the present day. With works by renowned artists such as Frida Kahlo, Tarsila do Amaral, and Diego Rivera, MALBA provides a comprehensive overview of the region's artistic achievements.


Stroll Along El Caminito in La Boca


El Caminito is a colorful, pedestrian street in the La Boca neighborhood, known for its vibrant buildings, tango performers, and artisans. The area provides a perfect backdrop for photos and offers a glimpse into the bohemian side of Buenos Aires. The nearby La Bombonera stadium, home to the Boca Juniors football team, is another iconic landmark.

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Walk Through La Boca


A picturesque neighborhood in South Buenos Aires and home to Italian immigrants in the 19th century. Enjoy the vibrant buildings and tenement houses that embody the cheerful spirit of this community.  Don't forget to stop by the local restaurants to try some of their delicious cuisine.

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Learn About (or Try) Tango


Tango originated in the 1880s along the border between Argentina and Uruguay, born of strong historical and cultural connections, and is now listed on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List. While in Buenos Aires, consider signing up for lessons or simply enjoy watching locals dance in the milongas (dance halls). You will find a vibrant, dynamic, and expressive mix of cultures here that creates an atmosphere full of life and energy. 

Custom Travel Itineraries

At Into The Vineyard, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer you complete freedom to build your perfect trip. Start with one of our many sample itineraries and customize as you desire, or start with a blank page, and with the help of our expert Trip Planners, we can create your dream wine-inspired travel experience. 

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