• Tour code: 14602P2
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)

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Immerse yourself in the charm of Buenos Aires' nightlife during this 3-hour walking tour. With your guide, stroll through the historic streets of Argentina's capital, learning about the city's history, culture and folklore as you walk. Get a peek at some of the city's hidden spots, lit up at night, and visit important landmarks like the Plaza de Mayo and the neighborhood of Recoleta. Finish your tour with a glass of Argentine sparkling wine while gazing out over the city.

Highlights

  • 3-hour nighttime tour of Buenos Aires
  • See some of the city's landmarks and impressive architecture lit up at night
  • Visit landmarks like Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada and the neighborhoods of Recoleta and Puerto Madero
  • Finish up with a glass of sparkling wine at a 21st-floor restaurant
  • Travel on food and in a comfortable tour van
  • Small group ensures an intimate experience

What You Can Expect

Buenos Aires Night Tour

Buenos Aires Night Tour

Meet your guide and small group near the Callao Station in central Buenos Aires. With your small group, depart on foot for a hidden side street, a place associated with a host of urban legends and spooky stories. Get an orientation to Buenos Aires and its history, a tale involving elements such as tango and a fateful disease. Hear about how this historical backdrop affects the character of today's Buenos Aires.

Board a comfortable tour van and head for one of the city's toniest neighborhoods, Recoleta. Walk through the darkened streets lined with stately mansions that show why this city is known as the 'Paris of Latin America'. 

Make another stop to see the Law School of Buenos Aires, Planetario and the Floraris Metalica, architectural structures known for their dramatic lighting at night. 

Continue to Puerto Madero, the city's newest and most expensive neighborhood. Learn how this area's character is very different than the classic Buenos Aires before moving on to the Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada, important landmarks in the country's history. Travel down the Avenida de Mayo between the Presidential Palace and Congress to Avenida Corrientes, a street known for its non-stop nightlife. 

Your last stop is a well-known restaurant on the 21st floor of a downtown building, where you will toast the spectacular with a glass of Argentine sparkling wine.

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