Argentina Tours

Buenos Aires

Breaking with the conventional mold of Latin American capitals, Buenos Aires has its own style. 11 million “porteños” live in it. They drink wine made in the foothills of the Andean range; eat beef from cows fed on Pampa pastures and lamb from Patagonia. Extraordinary buildings, product of a well-defined European heritage, give it a singular personality, where different architectural styles such as Neo-Gothic, French and Italian live in harmony with modern crystal towers. Buenos Aires offers the tourists many interesting sightings, entertainment, restaurants, sports facilities, nightlife, all that will make them feel the wish to return.





In the Southeast of the Province of Buenos Aires, Tandil lies within the area of the humid pampas in the orographic system of Tandilia, which crosses the scene in a Northwest to Southeast direction. The main feature of the region is the low mountain range that makes up an ideal landscape 179 meters above sea level.  Tandil is settled within an irregular frame that occupies approximately 50 km ², where the valleys spread from the mountains towards the plains up to the Salado River area.  The weather is humid and, in the winter, it experiments an increase in rainfalls over the eastern hillsides. The average annual temperature is 14º C, with maximum average temperatures of 20º C and minimum 8º C. The coldest months are June, July and August.  Countless tourists visit the famous spot called “El Calvario”during the Easter holidays and the Independencia park, Mount Centinela, the dam and the El Tigre Mountain Range are the attractions summoning most visitors in Tandil.  As a result of the wild environment, the city and its surroundings are an ideal site for adventure travel, which is manifested in the practice of paragliding, hanggliding, horse-riding, hiking, mountain biking, quad riding, mountaineering and kayaking.  The alternatives proposed by Tandil turn the city into a postcard to the eyes of visitors.



Mar del Plata

The City of Mar del Plata is known as “The Happy City”. In the summer, not only does it welcome millions of visitors from all over the country, but Mar del Plata also combines the beauty and charm of its natural resources with the infrastructure and services available, and with the hospitality of its people. Located in the Province of Buenos Aires, it is the most important seaside tourist center in the Republic of Argentina.  Mar del Plata has temperate climate with masses of warm and humid subtropical sea air and an average temperature of over 22º C during the hottest month.  Besides an exceptional sea, Mar del Plata has cliffs, sand hills and vast sandy beaches ideal to enjoy summer walks, cycling or riding. Paragliding and first-time parachuting jumps are practiced in the air. In the sea, nautical activities such as surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, SCUBA diving, motorboat and boat sailing and swimming stand out, though one of the sports chosen by visitors to “the Pearl of the Atlantic” is sport fishing, practiced both from the city piers and on boats leaving from its famous port. On that location, visitors may watch sea lions and the routine of seamen that return with their catches everyday or taste all kinds of seafood and fish in the dozens of restaurants located in the area.  Mar del Plata has everything. Its cultural life is reminiscent of the City of Buenos Aires. The most outstanding attractions include Colón Square, Torreón del Monje, Los Troncos Neighborhood, the port and Punta Mogotes. At night, its pubs, discos, bingos and the famous Casino of Mar del Plata are ready to welcome the most demanding customers. The theaters in the city get crowded as the most outstanding plays are presented each season. The surroundings are also beautiful. Visitors may access places such as Sierra de los Padres Lagoon, the beaches of nearby Chapadmalal or the hilly City of Balcarce.  Mar del Plata is the perfect combination for those who seek quietness and relax as well as the possibility of finding the constant hustle and bustle in each corner of town.


playa Mar del Platacasino Mar del Plata



It is the second most important city in Argentina together with Córdoba, located on the Parana River banks. It is also one of the most important commercial and industrial centers in the pampas. From its harbours it exports many of the agricultural products of the region, which is one of the most fertile in the world. Rosario has a beautiful riverfront lined, with the typical “palo borracho´s” trees (drunk stick) and the historical Monument to the Flag. On the banks of the river there is a small port, a park, sports facilities and restaurants.


costanera Rosario