Around a hundred kilometers from the capital city, you have the opportunity of discovering the soul of Argentina, through a historical estancia in la Pampa. You will also get to know the city of San Antonio de Areco, a gaucho sanctuary very close to the estancia.
Our activities in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, infinite, fascinating and amazing city, has its antithesis on the other shore of the Río de la Plata: Colonia del Sacramento, a beautiful port over three centuries old that offers delightful tranquil charm at just a one-hour boat trip from the Argentine capital city.
Full-day tour: as soon as you depart from Buenos Aires, you will leave all the buildings behind to enter into extensive green plains. A one-hour trip is what separates urban life from rural San Antonio de Areco.
This experience guarantees unforgettable sensations and will enable you to discover the city of Buenos Aires and its outskirts from just 200 m in the air.
The Paraná Delta, a significant number of islands originating in Diamante, province of Entre Ríos, extends up to the union of the Paraná and Uruguay rivers, covering 17,500km². This is a true paradise for birds. There is also abundant and wild vegetation.
Appreciate the city of Buenos Aires, the Delta of the rivers Paraná and Río de la Plata – the longest river on Earth – from a bird’s-eye view…
According to locals, Buenos Aires is a “European city” with an eclectic character resulting from diverse European styles. This 7 km walk through the city center will help you to discover the essence of its architecture, as diverse as the many immigrants who came to settle here.
Cycling is a perfect and easy way to enjoy the city. A bilingual porteño guide will tell you stories from the past and the present as well as anecdotes from the selected neighborhoods. This is an ideal way to understand the richness and the complexity of the city.
San Isidro has 3 historical buildings open to the public: Villa Ocampo, Quinta Pueyrredón and Quinta Los Ombúes, famous not only for their architectural styles and its exhibited collections, but also for the famous historical people who have lived and visited those places.