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2025 5★ South America & Iguazu Falls Discovery

Marina 08 Jan 2025 19 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Buenos Aires

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Five night 5★ Buenos Aires & Iguazú Falls land tour*

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Itinerary: Buenos Aires, Argentina - Montevideo, Uruguay - Itajai (Iguacu Falls) - Sao Francisco Do Sul - Sao Paulo (from Santos), Brazil - Parati, Brazil - Ilha Grande, Brazil - Buzios,...
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5★ Mysteries of Easter Island, South America & Cape Horn

Oosterdam 12 Feb 2025 24 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included San Antinio

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Itinerary: San Antonio, Chile - Puerto Montt, Chile - Puerto Chacabuco, Chile - Punta Arenas, Chile - Ushuaia, Argentina - Stanley/Falkland Is/Islas Malvinas - Montevideo, Uruguay - Buenos...
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2026 Exploration of South America & Antarctica

Borealis 28 Jan 2026 76 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Itinerary: Southampton - La Coruna, Spain - Las Palmas, Gran Canaria - Praia, Cape Verde Islands - Salvador - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Ilhabela - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Montevideo, Uruguay…
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What to see in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina's dynamic capital, captivates with its blend of European elegance and Latin American charm. From sultry tango rhythms echoing through the streets to sizzling steak dinners in traditional parrillas, this cosmopolitan metropolis pulses with cultural energy, inviting visitors to explore its vibrant neighbourhoods and rich heritage.

One of the quintessential Buenos Aires experiences is to indulge in the passionate embrace of tango, the city's beloved dance and cultural icon. Tango originated in the working-class neighbourhoods, or barrios, of Buenos Aires in the late 19th century, evolving from a fusion of African, European and indigenous influences. Today, tango remains deeply ingrained in the fabric of Buenos Aires' identity, with its sultry rhythms and evocative movements captivating audiences around the world. Visitors can immerse themselves in the world of tango by attending a live tango show or milonga, where local dancers showcase their skills in intimate venues or grand theatres. From the historic neighbourhoods of San Telmo and La Boca to the upscale clubs of Palermo, Buenos Aires offers a variety of venues where visitors can witness the passion and beauty of tango firsthand.

Another must-do activity in Buenos Aires is to savour the city's legendary cuisine, known for its bold flavours, hearty portions and diverse influences. Argentina is famous for its meat-centric dishes, particularly the succulent steaks grilled to perfection in traditional parrillas or steakhouse restaurants. Visitors can indulge in a culinary adventure by dining at one of Buenos Aires' many parrillas, where they can sample cuts of beef such as bife de chorizo, entraña and ojo de bife, accompanied by flavorful chimichurri sauce and paired with a glass of robust Malbec wine. In addition to steak, Buenos Aires offers a wealth of other culinary delights, including empanadas, traditional Argentine pastries filled with savoury or sweet fillings; choripán, a popular street food consisting of grilled chorizo sausage served in a crusty bread roll; and dulce de leche, a sweet caramel spread used in desserts and pastries.

In addition to its vibrant cultural scene and mouthwatering cuisine, Buenos Aires is also home to a wealth of architectural treasures that showcase the city's rich history and eclectic mix of architectural styles. From elegant Beaux-Arts buildings to colourful colonial facades, Buenos Aires boasts a diverse array of architectural landmarks that reflect its cultural heritage and urban development. One of the most iconic landmarks in Buenos Aires is the Casa Rosada, or Pink House, the official residence and office of the President of Argentina, located in the historic Plaza de Mayo. Visitors can take a guided tour of the Casa Rosada, where they can explore its ornate interiors, learn about its storied history and admire its distinctive pink facade, a symbol of Argentine democracy.

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