Discover Argentina's best family-friendly highlights on this weeklong itinerary. Begin with a walking tour of metropolitan Buenos Aires, visiting the city's most famous sites in an interactive setting. Next, you're off to the Lake District and the famous alpine city of Bariloche, where you'll enjoy kayaking, hiking, and whitewater rafting down the Río Manso. Finally, return to the capital city for one more day of food and fun.
Argentina 7-Day Tours & Itineraries
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Treat yourself to an in-depth exploration of two of Argentina's most iconic destinations, Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls. Begin your journey in Buenos Aires and take in the city's vibrant history and culture during a full-day walking tour. Next, head to Iguazú Falls National Park to see the jaw-dropping beauty of the largest waterfall system in the world. Since Iguazú lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil, you'll get to experience the falls from both countries. Top it all off with a trip back to Buenos Aires to enjoy a traditional dinner and tango performance.
This fun weeklong trip splits time in two of Argentina's most desirable destinations: Buenos Aires, with sophisticated restaurants, theaters, history, and architecture, and the smaller, more relaxed city of Mendoza surrounded by impressive Andean views and lush vineyards. Take part in a range of guided activities like tangoing, wine tasting, trekking, rafting, and ziplining for the ultimate South American adventure.
Immerse yourself in Argentina's rich culture and beautiful landscapes in this 1-week itinerary. Begin by exploring the metropolitan capital of Buenos Aires, and learn all about the city's culture and history on a full-day bike tour. Next, visit the colonial city of Salta, your jumping off point for the rugged gorges, salt flats, and painted deserts of Argentina's far north. Top it all off with a visit to San Antonio de Areco, a traditional cowboy town where you'll stay on a working estancia.
An alpine hub in Argentina's Lake District, Bariloche is considered one of the most scenic spots in the country offering a plethora of year-round activities. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to the Andean foothills on the shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake for a series of treks, history tours, and kayaking excursions while enjoying the town's numerous restaurants and chocolate shops.
Experience the wildlife of Argentina on this 6-day adventure. Begin your adventure in the cosmopolitan capital city of Buenos Aires, and learn all about Argentine culture and history on a full-day walking tour. Next, head south to Puerto Madryn, a seaside community in Patagonia famous for its diverse ecosystem featuring many unique birds and marine mammals. Here, you'll take in the stunning scenery and wildlife while visiting a penguin colony, going a whale watching excursion, and snorkeling with sea lions.
This scenic tour through Argentina takes you on an adventurous journey through three different towns. Get a feel for Patagonian life in Bariloche, where you will explore the breathtaking lakes and rainforests. In Mendoza, take a day trip to the wine region, with several tastings. Your grand finale unfolds in the iconic Iguazú Falls, where you can experience the natural wonder of the cascades on elevated catwalks.
If your goal is to ski the best destinations around the world, then get ready to check one incredible locale off your list: Argentina. This epic winter holiday covers some of the most beautiful destinations in the country. Arrive in the capital of Buenos Aires and learn all about the city's culture and history on a full-day walking tour. Next, venture to the southern lakeside retreat of San Carlos de Bariloche to enjoy the best ski conditions in the nation.
This seven-day trip through Argentina is perfect for wine lovers. You'll start in the romantic and lively Buenos Aires, then will discover the gems of Argentine wine country, including Lujan de Cuyo and Uco Valley in Mendoza, touring wineries and walking through vineyards as you learn about the winemaking and its history. More importantly, you'll taste your way through Argentina's finest varietals, discovering this country's flavor and traditions as you go. Cheers!
If you want an unforgettable vacation complemented with fine wine, head to Argentina. On this six-day jaunt, you'll tour Buenos Aires before jetting east to Mendoza, where you'll find the country's most famous vineyards and bodegas. Of course you'll enjoy wine tours, but you'll also participate in a country cooking class and learn to prepare traditional Argentine BBQ.
Seven days is just enough time to experience three of Argentina's most famous regions. You'll arrive in Buenos Aires and feel its energy on a city tour of famous sights like the Presidential Palace before sitting down for an unforgettable dinner and tango show. You'll then fly to Argentina's premier wine region, Mendoza, for a tasting followed by a journey north to Iguazú Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world.
In six days, you can experience the highlights of Buenos Aires and its surrounding countryside. You'll begin with a city tour where you'll visit B.A.'s famous sights, indulge in its notoriously meat-centric cuisine, and enjoy a live tango performance. Rounding out this unforgettable vacation are day trips to a colorful river town and a country ranch for a traditional BBQ and equestrian show performed by real cowboys.
On this weeklong vacation you'll experience the best of Argentina. It starts in the grandest city in the nation, Buenos Aires, where you'll discover its charms on a self-guided tour. Then you'll fly south to the Lake District and the alpine town of Bariloche before jetting to the far north and one of the largest waterfall systems in the world, Iguazú Falls.
Discover northern Argentina over seven exciting days. After touring Buenos Aires, you’ll head north to Puerto Iguazú and visit the largest waterfall system in the Americas. You'll then venture west to the historic city of Salta, which is known for colonial architecture and folkloric music, and take day-trips to vast gorges, expansive salt flats, and wineries nestled at the foot of the Andes.