Offering tourists and travellers a taste of its fast paced lifestyle, Argentina is famous for its delicious food, fine wine and of course its capital city of Buenos Aires, the birthplace of Tango. However, Argentina has more to offer than thriving nightlife alone. It is also home to stunning architecture including the striking Presidential Palace, instantly recognisable thanks to its pink hue. Perhaps the best way to discover the highlights is on one of our escorted tours to Argentina where you can lose yourself in a tango performance and sample the finest Argentinian cuisine.
Beyond the hectic city life in Buenos Aires, a plethora of natural beauty can be found. Journey out to the west to Pampas Ranch where you will get a taste for 19th century Argentina as well as mouth-watering Argentinian steak. On our escorted tours to Argentina, we call at the Iguazú Falls; a remarkable sight to behold. The open sided jungle train that transports you to the Falls is another highlight in itself.
Rich in history, Buenos Aires has a captivating and colourful past. Perhaps one of the most atmospheric destinations is Recoleta Cemetery where you can find the final resting places of some of Argentina’s most well known idols including Evita. Housing some of the most exquisite tombs, this is a must-see attraction that will take you into the depths of the country’s past. Argentina travel encompasses the destination’s finest buildings, including the Plaza de Mayo, the luxurious La Manzana de Las Luces, and the Casa Rosada. Our tours to Argentina allow you to see an abundance of scenic wonders from magical tombs to the therapeutic qualities of a waterfall that rivals Niagara itself. Enjoy cosmopolitan vibes one minute and relaxing displays of natural beauty the next. Argentina has all of this and more.
I strongly recommend this tour. It covers about half the length of the Saône River Valley which is a really interesting part of France, partly because of its history, but also because of the scenery and the contemporary activitie...
J & G Richardson
We enjoyed this tour very much - I had spent the summer on a farm at Hillerod in 1967 so I was particularly interested to go back there and think we actually went past the farm although much had changed. We were very happy with Mo...