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Are you overwhelmed by the endless offer of tours and services available online and don't know which ones to choose? Worry no more! I can arrange for appointments and make reservations for you for the following activities, all of them provided by an excellent group of licensed professional tour guides, tour operators and local travel agencies who over the years have proven to offer the best experiences in Buenos Aires. 
All the tours are available in PRIVATE or in SMALL GROUPS, so the prices vary depending on the number of people, time of the year or special requests. For further information and reservations for these and many other activities, please contact me through my Contact page or by email to:

Discover the secrets and history of Buenos Aires in this tour by foot and using public transportation, that will introduce you to the city and will make you feel the essence of each historical and popular place and neighborhood. By using public transportation (bus and subway), we will be a part of this amazing metropolis, having a unique real experience of a citizen in his daily life. Historical buildings, monuments and streets will show the modifications that the city has lived since its foundation. Tango, football and different immigration influences have made it one of the most irresistible cities in the world.
Duration: Half Day or Full Day
Availability: Every day

Take a private city tour with dedicated bilingual guides and the comfort of transportation in private vehicles with driver, visiting the main sites in the city.
Discover Buenos Aires’ main landmarks and secret treasures through the eyes of excellent local guides, in a tour specially designed, and at your own pace.
Customized Half Day or Full Day city tours can be organized, according to each visitors’ particular interests: art, history, architecture.
Availability: Every day
Duration: Half Day or Full Day

The one-day visit gives guests the chance to immerse themselves as much as they wish in the life of a working Estancia (Ranch), dedicated mainly to raising Hereford and Aberdeen Angus Stock. 
After being picked up from your hotel early in the morning, you will take a 1.5 hour ride in a comfortable vehicle to the town of San Antonio de Areco. You'll take a walking tour in the colonial historical town: Main square, San Antonio’s church, old houses, 200 years old gauchos’́ bar ("pulperías"), Creole Silversmiths' workshops.
At 11:40 am transfer to an exclusive, authentic "Estancia" (old working ranch), where guests are welcomed to observe and take part in the various stock-rearing activities as they happen on the ranch: milking, driving cattle to harness, vaccination, ear-tagging, de-horning, branding, etc. Guests can explore the 300-hectare (ca 750 acre) estancia on foot or, accompanied by seasoned gauchos, on one of the 38 horses that are part of the working drove. Horse drawn carriages are also available.
A complete lunch will be served, accompanied by folkloric music (or alternative horse demonstration).
4:20 pm departure from the Estancia, return to Buenos Aires.
Approx 6:00 pm arrival to Buenos Aires

Discover Jewish life in Buenos Aires, its importance, richness and diversity, through the eyes of a local Jewish guide. A unique Jewish Heritage Tour, for those interested in discovering the Jewish roots of our community, including our main institutions, synagogues and historic landmarks; a visit full of insight information including the history of the first Jewish settlers from Europe.
Features an astonishing synagogue, the recently-renovated BA Jewish Museum next to the first synagogue in BA if dates apply, the haunting Israeli Embassy Memorial and a walk/ride around Buenos Aires´ most important Jewish quarter, where you will see ieshivot, Jewish institutions, schools, stores and you’ll experience its hectic commercial activity. Also included, there is a visit to a JCC and its remarkable in-site murals and to the new Federation building (AMIA, rebuilt after the terrorist blast), where you’ll learn about institutional life and will be able to admire a stunning modern sculpture by Israeli artist Agam. You’ll learn about the first Jewish settlers and ongoing projects, you may also have the chance of meeting community leaders. Before dropping you off, we’ll also have time for a kosher treat in the area or a hamburger at one of the three kosher Mc Donald’s in the world!
Duration: HALF DAY or FULL DAY

Come with us to walk the path that Jorge Bergoglio took before becoming Pope Francis. The tour begins by visiting the Metropolitan Cathedral, where the people gathered waiting for the news about who would be the successor of Benedict XVI.
We will visit the place where he lived his early years with his parents and four siblings. We´ll visit the Basilica San Jose de Flores, where he decided to devote his life to God at only 17, and all the institutions that shaped his education and where he took his first sacraments that would awaken her religious vocation.
This tour is intended for all audiences of any age who want to know the history of this character so important to the world.
Availability: Every day
Duration: 3 hours.
Hours: 10:00 am to 1.00 pm
Meeting point: San Telmo

The northern suburb of Buenos Aires remains as one of the most attractive places to visit. We first visit San Isidro, a traditional residential area known for its streets´ beauty and its prominent mansions including those built in the seventeenth hundreds. We also visit Tigre: the entrance to the Paraná delta, fully scattered by islands that can solely be accessed by water, dense vegetation and houses on pilots that can be appreciated on an hour long motor boat ride along some of its rivers The journey ends with a stop at the local handcrafts and fruit supply market (Mercado de Frutos)
Lunch at a restaurant facing the river can also be included.
Duration: 5 to 6 HOURS
Availability: Every day

In this tour you will visit one or more of Buenos Aires urban reserves, being Costanera Sur reserve the first and main choice, also (or instead of) having the chance of visiting Vicente Lopez reserve. Walking along the trails we will be birding looking for the many interesting species living right near the city.
These Bird Watching tours are meant for all nature lovers and birdwatchers from beginners to experts, and are carried out with a special emphasis in not disturbing the birds and nature in general, with small groups and personalized treatment and without the use of methods that can stress the birds.
The city of Buenos Aires lays in a very special part of Argentina. Despite having a temperate weather, the presence of La Plata river gives to this area a particular biodiversity.  These special conditions make of Buenos Aires and its surroundings an amazing place for birding with over 350 species, one third of the birds of Argentina.
The number of species seen on any tour will depend on the season, weather conditions, availability of water in the marshes and water ponds, and the expertise of the birders, among many other variables.
Full day tours and overnight stays outside of Buenos Aires are also available.

Football is almost like a religion and part of the Argentine identity. A visit to the River Plate and Boca juniors stadiums is the best way to get to know the history of these two legendary clubs of Buenos Aires. This tour starts going to la Bombonera where you will enjoy the museum of Boca Passion, the changing rooms and the seats. Afterwards it heads up to the Monumental Stadium, to visit all the club's facilities together with the modern River Plate Museum. Our activity includes standing in the field in both stadiums.
Duration: 4 or 6 Hours
Availability: Every day at 11 AM / 2.30 PM except on match days.


Experience the thrill of attending a Football Match in Buenos Aires with one of the leading companies specialized in Football tours.
The service includes seats for the game, transfers and bilingual tour guide throughout the game.
Click to see the 2019 Football Soccer Calendar.

Guided tour to the biggest two fairs in Buenos Aires, that take place every Sunday.
We start by visiting the San Telmo Fair in the morning. The fair is composed of 270 stands and is located in Plaza Dorrego. It is visited by about 10,000 people every weekend. On the streets, you can see Tango Shows and orchestras playing for all the visitors. The main attraction in this ‘feria’ are the antiques and culture that is being offered.
At midday we head to Mataderos Fair, which began 20 years ago in the area where the old slaughterhouses of the city were located. Today, it is the meeting point for people from the inner parts of the country who are deeply rooted to the customs of their different provinces and for those living in this city that like to be surrounded by handcrafts, typical foods and folkloric music and dance.
In 1991 the neighborhood was declared as “Neighborhood of the Argentinean Gaucho”.
At the fair stalls you will find, handcrafts, sweets, typical food, musical instruments, albums, clothes, accessories and objects for everyday use.
We´ll stop for a great lunch eating traditional Argentinean foods (Empanadas, tamales, humitas, locro & wines) and then visit the museum.
Before heading back we watch the horseback riding exhibitions, and the folkloric concerts.
Duration: Full Day (One fair only, half day)
Availability: Sundays from March to December, 10.30 AM

This bike tour (guided in English and Spanish) is without a doubt the most interesting and entertaining way to see Buenos Aires. You will learn its history and make new friends while enjoying a memorable experience in Buenos Aires.
We ride on bike paths where available, avoid traffic when possible and ride in non-strenuous terrain.
We provide: bike, helmet, medical assistance, a bottle of mineral water. All ages are welcome and child seats are available. We also provide rain gear but the tour is generally canceled when its pouring rain.
Bikes: We have a fleet of Beach Cruisers with super comfortable seats!
Guides: English and Spanish speakers with proven experience. They are entertaining, fun, talented, informative and professional.
Available every day at 9 am and 2 pm

The graffiti tour reveals hidden graffiti hotspots and street art galleries to show you underground creativity and culture. You’ll learn all about the Buenos Aires street art scene and find out why it is unique, exploring the city on foot and by air-conditioned minibus
Our tours covering the north of the city provide a visually stunning introduction to the vibrant world of urban art in Buenos Aires and its compelling history. Visit the only artist-run street art gallery in the city.
The Urban Art and Activism Tour takes an in-depth look at the effect of politics, economics and social change on Buenos Aires street art and activism. We’ll start the tour at the political heart of the city and visit key sites for public protests and expression.
This tour deciphers writings on the walls to reveal the meanings behind political mural art, activist graffiti, and political propaganda. You’ll finish the tour with a greater understanding of how Buenos Aires’s history has influenced public expression.


This tour offers a unique opportunity to meet both emerging and established artists in the intimacy of their studios.
They will pick you up at your hotel, and visit four artists´ studios in a neighborhood renowned for its high concentration of galleries and studios. Visitors have the opportunity to see what the artist is working on, ask what inspires the artist, or hear the story behind a piece the guest may find particularly interesting,
The tour concludes with a cocktail luncheon at a private exhibition space and studio in Palermo Soho, where guests can socialize, view more works from the gallery's collection and make their decision to purchase any of the works.
Maximum: 10 people per tour.
Available every day, AM or PM.

For further information and reservations for these and many other activities, please contact me through my Contact page or by email to: