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Buenos Aires Art Tours
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sightseeing, Walking Tour
$220 USD per person
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Tuesday to Sunday at 12 p.m. or 7 p.m.
Wine, fresh bread and cheese, an empanada, variety of asado dishes, Ice cream
When booking a tour, guests choose their preferred date and time, however, confirmation is subject to availability of the guide
- Learn about the best of traditional Argentine foods and the history and local customs too.
- Get personalized restaurant recommendations from an experienced Buenos Aires foodie.
- Drink wine at the city's best wine bar and bakery.
Buenos Aires is an amazing food city. From street food vendors along the city’s coastline to neighborhood parrillas, traditional bbq restaurants, to a sudden explosion of gourmet restaurants and supper clubs run out of chef’s homes, there are hundreds of places to choose from and not enough time to try the best of everything. So how does a traveller with little time get to the meat of Buenos Aires food? With a cook and food writer who has done the dirty work already, and eaten his way across the city. A guide who will not only show you the best of traditional Argentine foods but who knows the history and local customs too.
The walking tour will begin in the lovely neighborhood of Palermo Soho with a few glasses of wine at the city’s best wine bar and bakery, where we will talk about the history of Argentine food and the traditions that make it so unique. We will sample some street food before heading off to the neighborhood’s most sought after parrilla, where we will sample different dishes with meat sourced directly from the owner’s farm. The meal will be topped off with a coffee or ice cream at a gourmet heladeria.
Guests will have the option of finishing off the tour at a traditional almacen, a gourmet food market, where your guide can help you choose some edible souvenirs to take home with you.
Your adventure awaits!
Buenos Aires Art Tours
We are the physical manifestation of our sister company, My Beautiful Air, an arts and lifestyle website. Both companies are an interpretive translation of Buenos Aires and a collaborative resource that captures the energy of this city and its inhabitants. We wanted to do more than share our experiences with words. We wanted to invite you to create your own first-person narratives. Inspired by our own journeys to find out what makes this city tick, we want to give you the chance to explore it as well.
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