Buenos Aires is a city that is worth exploring. If this is your first time visiting this wonderful city, we recommend you get to know it more intimately. And there are many fun ways to accomplish this.
TIGRE AND ZONA NORTE AREA
A visit to this riverside community by the Parana Delta, founded in 1790, is worth the effort. Tour the Rio Lujan and its tributaries in a glass enclosed catamaran or by smaller boat. Have lunch in a secluded restaurant in the middle of nature. Enjoy the colonial feel and visit a historic lookout spot, belonging to several influential figures in Argentina’s history.
Football or soccer, call it what you may, the ingredients are the same, even in the most remote parts of the Earth. Experience it like in no other country. Here people eat, breathe and live it like in no other place. We highly recommend you see and feel why Argentina is an export factory of talent to the world.
Born in the 1880’s in Argentina and Uruguay, tango developed as a result of the mix of cultures from poor immigrants in pursuit of a new life in South America. Witness this world-renowned passionate dance in its birthplace as professional dancers perform it.
Get a feel for the city in a more tangible way by riding a bicycle through its streets and viewing it from a different perspective while doing a bit of exercise at the same time. One can experience this with varying lengths of their ride, but all are relatively easy-going. Take advantage of several stops and visit the most important parts of the city.
Located approximately 50 kilometers from BA in Belen de Escobar, province of Buenos Aires, Temaiken’s beautifully designed biopark is ideal for families with children, promoting the understanding about flora and fauna and the care of ecosystems.