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South America & Carnival

A wide range of superbly appointed suites, family and staterooms choices , Award-winning cuisine from the iconic main dining room with a nightly-changing menu , Lawn Club aboard Soltice Class ships ,…

27 February 2019 | 11 Nights
Celebrity Cruises : Celebrity Eclipse

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Buenos Aires, Argentina, Montevideo, Uruguay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Buzios, Brazil, Santos (Sao Paulo), Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina

from £18,089pp
Cabin type: Suite

Miami to Buenos Aires

FREE flights included where applicable , FREE business class flights (in penthouse suites and higher on Europe voyages) , Wi-Fi throughout the ship for all bookings, Transfers between airport and ship…

05 January 2018 | 39 Nights
Regent Seven Seas Cruises : Seven Seas Mariner

Itinerary
Miami, Florida, USA, Key West, Cozumel, Costa Maya, Santo Tomas de Castilla, Roatan, Puerto Limon, Fuerte Amador, Manta, Guayaquil, Salaverry, Lima (Callao), Pisco, Iquique, Coquimbo, Valparaiso,…

from £9,999pp
Cabin type: Suite

The Route Of The Treasure Ships

6★ luxury on board intimate ships, Spacious, all-suite accommodation with sweeping ocean views, many with verandas, Tipping is neither required nor expected, Complimentary fine wines, spirits,…

24 February 2018 | 45 Nights
Seabourn : Seabourn Quest

Itinerary
Buenos Aires, Argentina, Montevideo, Uruguay, Ilhabela (Sao Sebastiao), Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Armacao dos Buzios, Brazil, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, Recife, Brazil, Natal, Brazil, Santarem,…


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Last tango in the South American Paris


La Boca, Buenos Aires

La Boca, Buenos Aires

Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires

Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires

Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires

Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Plaza Congreso, Buenos Aires

Plaza Congreso, Buenos Aires

Recoleta Cemetry, Buenos Aires

Recoleta Cemetry, Buenos Aires

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Desirable Puerto Madero 

During the last two decades this old port area has transformed from a derelict assortment of warehouses into a much-favoured waterfront destination. High-rise towers decorate the skyline and trendy architecture is designed by the likes of Norman Foster and Philippe Starck. Stroll along the yacht-lined Rio Dique or jump aboard a river gondola to see the sights. Explore its female-named streets, browse art and military museums then follow a nature trail around Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve.


Vibrant La Boca 

The infamously seductive Argentine tango was born in these cobbled backstreets so there’s no better place to experience this sultry dance. Follow the sound of a bandoneon to watch street performers and nostalgic locals entertain entranced crowds, then let the seasoned professionals wow you with a staged display of seductive moves at Senor Tango or La Ventana. If you’re eager to try it yourself, plenty of lessons are available across the city, at atmospheric haunts such as La Catedral and Complejo Tango. Show off what you’ve learned at a milonga (social dance) or an intimate café or bar like Salon Canning.


Affluent Recoleta 

It may sound like an unusual attraction, but Recoleta Cemetery is a must-see when in Buenos Aires. Within the upmarket Recoleta neighbourhood, this city-like site includes the graves of presidents, aristocracy and national heroes, such as Eva Perón. Walk amongst intricate artwork and elaborate marble tombs dating back to 1822 as you learn their fascinating, occasionally tragic, life stories. Beyond the cemetery you’ll find a few remaining examples of chateau-style architecture and an extravagant number of statues as you amble around the green parks and fashionable plazas. Pick up high-quality souvenirs at the Plaza Intendente Alvear street fair.


Central sightseeing 

East of the CBD is Monserrat, home to numerous stately buildings and historic highlights. Head to Plaza de Mayo for important monuments and to stand in front of the pink Casa Rosada balcony where Evita famously addressed the public. Stop at the corner of Avenida de Mayo to visit the City History Museum before continuing to the impressive palaces surrounding Congressional Plaza. In the bordering barrios of San Nicolás, admire the Metropolitan Cathedral and the opulent Teatro Colon opera house.

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