Buenos Aires: City of Tango

  • The Libertad Synagogue, founded in 1897, is the oldest temple in Argentina
  • Enjoy a fascinating and inspiring journey through Argentine and Latin American art
  • Eva Perón was given the title of ‘Spiritual Leader of the Nation’ by the Argentine Congress
  • ‘Arlequin’, one of Emilio Pettoruti’s best-known pieces
  • Discover Evita the woman behind the myth (private tour)
  • Fortabat Art Museum (to be visited on days that Malba or Fine Arts Museum are closed)
  • Experience an evening of charm and sensuality at one of the best Tango venues in Buenos Aires
  • Evita’s vault at the world-renowned Recoleta Cemetery
  • We’ll visit Latin America’s largest collection of public art, at the National Museum of Fine Arts
  • The Jewish community in Buenos Aires is the largest in Latin America
  • Enjoy some of the unique features of Buenos Aires’ Jewish culture and heritage
  • Our local art expert will guide us through the city’s finest museums
  • Take a private tour to discover Buenos Aires’s off-the-beaten-path historic neighborhoods
  • Listen to a world-class tango orchestra in Buenos Aires
  • The unique brush style of Xul Solar can be viewed at the National Museum of Fine Arts
  • The architecture alone is sure to dazzle you
  • Learn about Buenos Aires’ rich Jewish heritage and everyday life
  • Every nation has its hero… for many Argentines, Evita was one such hero
  • Take a private tour to see Buenos Aires’s eclectic, original, and distinguished collection of architectural pieces
  • Both inside and out!
  • The MALBA was referred to by The New York Times as one of the best museums in the American Continent
  • Get to know the most iconic neighborhoods and highlights of Buenos Aires with your expert private guide
  • With her husband, three-time president Juan Domingo Perón

It’s the birthplace and capital of tango; and much like the dance itself, Buenos Aires is a sensual and captivating city with an eclectic, original, and distinguished collection of architectural pieces, delectable first-class cuisine, and plenty of fascinating cultural highlights to enjoy. It’s home to some of the most important museums of Latin American art, and the best tango musicians, dancers, and singers worldwide; all of whom you can see perform in the city’s top tango venues.

With its European-style feel, mixed with an edgy Latin American vibe that blends together seamlessly, it’s not uncommon for visitors to be surprised and fall in love with this chic cosmopolitan city; so much so that Buenos Aires was chosen - for 3 consecutive years (2014, 2015 and 2016) - as the #1 destination to visit in South America by millions of Trip Advisor users in their “Traveler’s Choice” contest.