Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour
The abundance of street art in Buenos Aires makes the city itself is an ever-evolving art gallery. Wander Argentina has partnered to offer a Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour showcasing some of South America’s best urban art.
This fascinating street art treasure hunt winds visitors through out-of-the-way neighborhoods such as Villa Urquiza and Coghlan to... [Read more of this review]
Take a Stroll through the Casa Rosada
Sitting at the edge of Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada is one of the most iconic buildings in Buenos Aires. With its pink façade and palace-like design, the governmental house has served as the backdrop to countless numbers of protests, famous speeches and significant moments in Argentina’s history.
Free Tours of the Casa Rosada
Guarded by police... [Read more of this review]
Soccer Tour — See a Game Live
Wander Argentina has partnered with bilingual sports journalists to offer exciting, safe and affordable tours to Argentine soccer games.
By cutting out the cost of a charter bus and utilizing public transportation these personalized boutique tours are a low-cost and authentic.
– Accompaniment by public transport to the game.
–... [Read more of this review]
Wine Tasting in Palermo
The world’s fifth largest wine producer, Argentina is now firmly established as South America’s leader on the international wine scene.
But despite Argentina’s high profile on the global wine market, Buenos Aires has a dearth of quality wine tastings available in English. This is where the American-owned Anuva Wines comes to the rescue for those... [Read more of this review]
Eternautas — Buenos Aires Walking Tours
With 400 years of history and abundance of architectural delights, Buenos Aires is a city packed with alluring sights. There are so many attractions in South America’s most European capital that it can be difficult for visitors to prioritize if they have a finite time frame to explore the city. This is where a professional tour can help visitors get... [Read more of this review]
The San Telmo Fair
There is always a lot to see and do in ‘The Republic of San Telmo,’ but the colorful Sunday street fair is the bohemian neighborhood’s biggest attraction.
The Feria de San Telmo began as a 270-stall antiques market in 1971, and has grown into a huge come-as-you-are street bazaar that draws over 12,000 people every week.
The heart of the antique... [Read more of this review]
Best of San Telmo Fair: Tango
Tango for Export
The corner of Defensa and Humberto Primo, at the very heart of the San Telmo, is the capital of tango as a commodity on Sundays. There is often a tango performance here but once you push past the crowds to see what’s going on, you may wonder what all the fuss is about. Although the older couple dancing a typical salon-type tango... [Read more of this review]
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