Classic Argentina


Delve into one of the loveliest cities in the world, Buenos Aires, and learn why it is one of the most visited destinations in South America. Continue your Argentina visit by seeing the spectacular Iguassu Falls, one of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world. If you have more time, we can show you more!


  • 03 night accommodation at Buenos Aires
  • 02 night accommodation at Iguassu Falls 
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Airport – hotel – airport Transfers
  • Buenos Aires City Tour
  • Tango Show + Dinner
  • Argentina Falls Tour


Welcome aboard! 

On arrival into Buenos Aires airport, meet our representative who will transfer you to your hotel and check in. The capital and the country’s largest city is a world-class metropolis and a port city situated on one of the world’s largest rivers, the Rio de la Plata. Treelined boulevards, parks and plazas are abundant, and the locals, who call themselves porteños (people of the port), take pride in their walkable city.  Rest of the day at leisure to begin exploring the city.

Overnight at Buenos Aires

After breakfast proceed on a city tour giving you a perfect introduction to South America’s most elegant capital city, that will show you the highlights of Buenos Aires. The tour begins with a drive along 9th of July Avenue, with its 8 lanes, the widest avenue in the world. Another landmark is the Colon Theatre, the city’s famous opera house. Continue to the historic center, Plaza de Mayo, a lovely plaza with flower gardens and tall palm trees; the scene of many of the city’s historic political events. Surrounding the plaza are colonial buildings of interest: the Casa Rosada (Pink House), the seat of the executive branch of the government; the Cabildo (Town Council) with its historic museum; the Metropolitan Cathedral, which holds the tomb of General Jose de San Martin, the father of Argentine independence.

Overnight at Buenos Aires

After breakfast, spend the day on your own, exploring this magical city. What better way to spend an evening in Buenos Aires than with this city’s quintessential music? Tango is the music of Buenos Aires par excellence. Its origin can be traced back to 1880 to the slums inhabited by Italian and Spanish immigrants, Africans, and gauchos. Despite its humble origins, in the 1920s tango moved into the high-class ballrooms. To feel its spirit, visit one of the restaurants that offer a high-quality tango show, and enjoy the sensual magnetism of tango performed by some of the best dancers, singers and musicians in Buenos Aires. You will be picked up at your hotel and taken to one of the typical tango houses in the San Telmo, the neighborhood of tango. Dinner will be Argentine specialties including good Argentine wine. After dinner, enjoy a fabulous tango show. After the show (around midnight), return transportation is provided to your hotel.

Overnight at Buenos Aires

Early morning transfer to the airport for your flight to Iguassu Falls. It has been said that Iguassu Falls surpasses the grandeur of both Niagara and Victoria Falls. Situated on the borders of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay, Iguassu Falls is one of South America’s greatest treasures. Taller than Niagara by 65 feet, and twice as wide, Iguassu Falls consists of 275 cascades spread across nearly 2 miles. It is ideal to view the Falls from both the Argentina side and the Brazil side (but it is necessary for US citizens to have a visa to enter Brazil). On the Argentina side, the walking tour will take you to a magnificent vantage point above the Devil’s Throat, where the water plunges 240 feet. The best panoramic views of the falls are from the system of catwalks on the Brazil side. Airport greeting and transfer to your selected hotel.

Overnight at Iguassu Falls

After breakfast, for your Shared Full Day Argentine Falls Tour you will be taken to the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls, located within the Iguazu National Park, which was one of the first protected areas in South America. From the Visitor Center, located in the Falls area, you will take an open train to make a journey up to Cataratas Station. From there, you will walk in the paths and lookouts, admiring the imposing waterfalls up close. The falls precipitate to the river from a height of 230 feet. There is also an amazing variety of ferns, orchids, begonias, birds and butterflies. You will then take the train on to Garganta Station and from there you will descend to the Devil’s Throat balcony to view one of the most spectacular sights on earth.

Overnight at Iguassu Falls

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the flight back to Buenos Aires or back home.

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