(Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls)
Catch your breath as you feel the ghosts of the past in the incredible maze of ancient tunnels buried deep beneath the streets of Buenos Aires.
A private guided tour will lead you through this remarkable 3000-square-meter labyrinth of underground tunnels as you learn the many ancient myths that endeavor to explain their mysterious construction. Above ground, hop aboard a bicycle for a guided tour of the magnificent colonial architecture that abounds in Buenos Aires, including the Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar and the elaborate mausoleums of Recoleta Cemetery where Eva Peron lies in rest. See more of this wonderful country on a trip to Iguazu Falls where you’ll stand in awe of the grand scale of this natural wonder that divides the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.
From the passion of a Tango performance to the cobbled streets and artist studios of San Telmo, you’ll discover the rich personalities of the many different boroughs of Buenos Aires. Your premium accommodation in Buenos Aires has been selected for its proximity to the museums, art galleries and parks that compose its cultural heart, and as you travel to Iguazu Falls, historic cityscapes are replaced with panoramic views of majestic waterfalls hidden deep within remote rainforest.
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NOTE: Brazilian Visa is mandatory: A valid passport is required for all American or Canadian citizens, including children, intending to visit Brazil. It is recommended that your passport be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your expected departure from the country. There have been cases where citizens were refused entry for not having the six-month validity. In addition, all Americans & Canadians are required to have a valid Brazilian Visa prior to their arrival in Brazil, and the visa must be used within 90 days of issuance. Otherwise, they will be refused entry into the country.
The Argentine National Immigration Directorate (DNM) has launched an online method of payment to enable payment of the reciprocity fee via credit card. Travellers can now pay this fee through the Provincia Pagos payment system. US, Australian and Canadian citizens can pay the reciprocity fee before entering Argentina by accessing the following websites: www.provinciapagos.com.ar and www.migraciones.gov.ar.
How can I pay the Reciprocity Fee Online?
1.Register at www.provinciapagos.com.ar and obtain an entry code. 2.Complete the form including personal and credit card details . This information and the entry code will be sent electronically to the DNM. 3.After payment is processed, print the receipt. 4.Upon arrival in Argentina, go to the DNM Office and present the printed receipt. 5.The receipt will be scanned by DNM staff and the data will be validated to enable entry to Argentina.
Subject to change without notice.
A private transfer between the airport (International) and city of Buenos Aires with a professional driver and an English-speaking guide is provided.
Loi Suites Recoleta is located in the most elegant area of the city, at walking distance from museums, art galleries and shopping areas, historical architecture and beautiful parks. A tropical Winter Garden with swimming pool and restaurant complete the relaxing atmosphere anyone would wish for in an upscale hotel. International cuisine is also served in La Fuente restaurant, intimate and warm.
The recently discovered ancient tunnels of Buenos Aires are one of the city’s best kept secrets. Enjoy a private half day city tour including a visit of the ancient passages and get to know Buenos Aires from the ground up. After meeting your private guide (with driver and private vehicle) at the hotel, you’ll visit the Plaza de Mayo, the city’s founding site and genuine starting point of Buenos Aires’ urban development. Next is San Telmo, a former enclave for local aristocracy. This charming colonial district, with its cobbled streets, has many artists' studios and is one of the trendiest neighborhoods of the city. In San Telmo lies a recently unearthed treasure: the ancient subterranean tunnels. The construction of tunnels started in the colonial era, and continued well into the 19th century. From ancient times, many myths have been created around the tunnels: people said they witnessed secret encounters, disappearances, murders or even political conspiracies.Enjoy visiting one of these tunnels, a part of a 3,000 square meter labyrinth below the streets of San Telmo, made up of a long corridor with vaulted ceilings and display cabinets exhibiting many items and utensils recovered during the excavation. Other areas that are included in your tour include La Boca, (which was strongly shaped by the working class Italian immigrants, with its make shift houses made from scrap materials found in local shipyards), Puerto Madero - Buenos Aires’ latest and most sophisticated neighborhood, and La Recoleta, where a short stop is made at the gorgeous Plaza San Martín, the Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar, (the city’s second oldest church), and the celebrated Recoleta Cemetery, an imposing labyrinth of ornate graves and mausoleums where some of the most important characters of Argentina’s political and cultural life (including Eva Peron) are buried. The last stop on the tour is at the area known as Palermo Woods. Next to the woods lie the splendid palaces built by the wealthy classes in the early 20th century to rival with Paris. After having gained deep insight in this culturally rich city, you will return to our hotel.
This bike tour with your private English-speaking guide is without doubt the most interesting and entertaining way to get to know Buenos Aires. Learn about its history while riding on the bike paths and experiencing the bustling surroundings. You will visit the main quarters: El Puerto, la Reserva Ecológica, La Boca, SanTelmo, Plaza San Matrín and much, much more. Your guide will pick you up and drop you off at the hotel.
A visit to Buenos Aires would be incomplete without a tango show. Tonight enjoy a tango show along with dinner at La Esquina de Carlos Gardel. A shared pick up from your hotel to the tango show is provided.
Watch as professional Tango dancers take over the room; sliding heels along the floor and whipping their feet while they enchanting the audience with the romance and heat of this dance. The Argentine Tango has drawn its influences from all regions and settings, and is famous for its fusion of styles and combination of world dance techniques. Embrace this authentic dance in the place where it originated, as you enjoy dinner and drinks. Experience the unique sexual magnetism of the tango performed by some of the best Tango dancers and singers. The dance’s origins are traced back to the 1880’s, and its birthplace being the suburbs, account for its deep malevolent, sexual and violent contents. Tango is – and has always been – a vital expression combined with a particular form of breathing, dressing, talking, and loving of the “porteños”. While watching this spectacular show, let yourself be spoiled with the subherb dinner service and the most delightful typical Argentine and international dishes. The specialty here is the prime beef, which is at its best when accompanied by the excellent local wines offered in this charming venue. A wonderful orchestra compliments the tango dancers and give you the opportunity to discover the secret of Buenos Aires’s music. At the end of the evening, your driver will bring you back to your hotel. The transport is a shared service.
A private transfer between the airport and the city of Buenos Aires with a professional driver and English-speaking guide is provided.
Enjoy a private transfer between the airport and Iguazu in the company of an English-speaking guide, and a private vehicle with a professional driver.
Enjoy a half day private guided tour to explore the Brazilian side of Iguazú Falls. You will be picked up at your hotel and be driver over to the Brazilian National Park side of the falls, passing the Brazilian boarder. You will have the opportunity to look at some authentic Brazilian hand-made crafts, before starting the short drive through a subtropical, lush jungle growing spectacular palm trees and lianas, to the start of the Iguazu Falls Walk. When you arrive at the beginning of the path, take some time to marvel at the panoramic view of the enormous Iguazú Falls emerging in front of you, conveying their spectacular magnificence. Your personal guide will take you to the 1,200 meters long footbridge to order to experience this natural wonder from a different perspective. You will discover that these falls, although they belong to Argentina, can only be seen from the Brazilian side. Take a panoramic elevator to get an even more impressive sight of the Iguazú Falls. At the end of the tour you will be brought back to your hotel.
NOTE: A Brazilian Visa is required for all travelers wishing to enjoy the Brazilian side of the falls tour - this visa is the traveler's responsibility.
A valid passport is required for all American or Canadian citizens, including children, intending to visit Brazil. It is recommended that your passport be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your expected departure from the country. There have been cases where citizens were refused entry for not having the six-month validity. In addition, all Americans & Canadians are required to have a valid Brazilian Visa prior to their arrival in Brazil, and the visa must be used within 90 days of issuance. Otherwise, they will be refused entry into the country.
Not far from the center of town and just a short drive from the Iguazú Falls, the Panoramic Hotel stands tall and mighty. Its name derives from the incredible panoramic view of the meeting of the Iguazú and Paraná rivers, dividing the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens and the Iguazú Riviera, it is the ideal setting to relax and enjoy this magical heaven in a true 5 star hotel. The 90 rooms are all equipped with mini bar and WiFi internet, and sleek furnishings. You may dine at any of the hotel's restaurants and cafes, with gorgeous views of the surrounding river and gardens. Take a boat trip, visit the falls, or walk the few steps into town and enjoy the scenery and fresh air of Iguazú Falls. Otherwise, watch the sun set from the hotel's swimming pool.
Experience the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls from Misiones, the area which borders Brazil. After being picked up by your English-speaking guide and private vehicle, you will be transferred to Iguassu Park to take a train to the walkways. Marvel at the Iguassu Falls as you make your way along the path system. Stop by "Devil's Throat" and get up close to the falls. On the way home, you may visit the Argentine shopping district and the 3-borders point where Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay meet before you are dropped back at your hotel.
Enjoy a private transfer between Buenos Aires International and Domestic airports (or vice versa) with private driver and English-speaking guide.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Argentina for the most up to date visa information.
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