Explore the highlights of Buenos Aires on this quick 5-day trip. First, explore the eclectic city of Buenos Aires on a comprehensive walking tour. In the evening, get in touch with the rhythm of Buenos Aires during a tango lesson. Next, travel to the countryside to experience the gaucho (cowboy) lifestyle and enjoy traditional Argentine asado before heading back to enjoy one last evening in the city.
Argentina 4-Day Tours & Itineraries
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This four-day getaway to Iguazú Falls takes you into the heart of one of Argentina’s most prized destinations. Then, you'll experience another side of the falls from Brazil, with expansive, panoramic views. Your short, yet incredible adventure ends with a free day to enjoy Buenos Aires.
If Argentina is the breadbasket of South America, then Mendoza is the wine bottle. The fertile lands around this city, near the border with Chile, produce premier varietals including Argentina's flagship, Malbec. Over a brisk four days, you'll venture from the European-inspired streets of Buenos Aires to Mendoza's wide leafy boulevards and out into the country for vineyard tours and tastings of world-class wines.
Mendoza is famous for its endless vineyards, beyond which stand the towering Andes. Few locales in Argentina offer such diverse opportunities for both wine tasting and mountain hikes. On this quick four-day itinerary you'll land in the European-inspired capital of Buenos Aires then head east to Mendoza for a city tour followed by an adventurous trekking excursion in Aconcagua National Park.
With its abundance of national parks and myriad city attractions, Argentina is fun for the entire family. During this action-packed adventure, you'll explore the capital of Buenos Aires and embark on day trips around the famous alpine city of Bariloche. One of these is an ascent up a mountain for epic views of Lago Nahuel Huapi, after which you'll return to Buenos Aires for the flight home.
This trip takes you to one of the most incredible natural landmarks in South America: Iguazú Falls. The journey begins on the streets of Buenos Aires where you'll visit the city's historic landmarks and discover its rich tango culture. Next, head north to Iguazú, located on the borders of Brazil and Paraguay, where you'll admire the awe-inspiring beauty of the world's second-largest network of waterfalls.