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Classic Buenos Aires

Our Distinctive A+R Style

  • Tailor your stay in Buenos Aires to your personal style with our choice of luxury hotels, handpicked for their evocative ambiance and heart-of-it-all locations.
  • With your own car, driver and guide, you’ll experience BA’s historic multi-cultural heritage as you explore city landmarks and diverse neighborhoods from upscale La Recoleta to colorful La Boca where the Tango was born.
  • Peel back layers of history at Zanjon de Granados, an unusual subterranean architectural site that dates back to the 1700’s.
  • Includes 3 nights at your choice of luxury hotel, daily breakfast, chauffeured transfers and privately guided signtseeing.

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Upon arrival at the airport, you’ll be warmly greeted and escorted to your choice of luxury hotel. All have been handpicked for their unique style, attentive service and outstanding city-center locations.

The Argentine capital presents a rich mosaic of Spanish, Italian, German and French influences, which you can experience in the cuisine, architecture, and cosmopolitan spirit of its residents. Setting out this morning with your personal car, driver and guide, your exploration of the city’s multi-faceted charms begins as you drive through the elegant Plaza de Mayo; it’s the oldest public square in town and has been the scene of many significant and historic events. You’ll also see the Casa Rosada, where Evita addressed an adoring crowd, and continue through La Recoleta, an upscale district filled with elegant boutiques and cafes.

Then discover the diversity of BA’s many charming neighborhoods from the street art and leafy parks of Palermo to historic San Telmo and La Boca – the colorful waterfront district where the Tango was born. Before returning to your hotel, you’ll also tour Zanjon de Granados. Discovered in 1986 and dating to the 1700’s this unusual subterranean architectural site encompasses a network of tunnels and cisterns that have been reconstructed and lit; it offers a fascinating look into the earliest days of the city.  Meals B

Note: On Saturdays, when Zanjon de Granados is closed, you’ll enjoy a guided tour of Teatro Colon. Opened in 1908, this lavish theater is hailed as one of the finest opera houses in the world and it offers insight into the cultural life of Buenos Aires and its sophisticated residents.

You have this full day free to enjoy just as you please. Your hotel’s terrific city-center location makes it so easy to step out and explore at your own pace. If you prefer an organized excursion, our staff is available with helpful advice and expert assistance. Meals B


Farewell, Buenos Aires

After breakfast, a private transfer takes you back to the airport for your onward flight. Meals B

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Reciprocity Fees  

Argentina reciprocity tax of $160 for International arrivals into Buenos Aires must be prepaid online before arrival at