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It starts in Buenos Aires and ends in Mendoza! With the Andean Wines adventure tour, you have a 10-day tour package that will take you from Buenos Aires to Mendoza and through Buenos Aires, Argentina and 2 other destinations in Argentina. Andean Wines includes hotel accommodation as well as meals, transportation.

Buenos Aires, Salta and Mendoza wines from the Andes - 10 days

$1,798.00Price
  • Day 1 - Transfer from the Airport or Bus Terminal of Buenos Aires
    Transfer from Ministro Pistarini International Airport or Bus Terminal to Hotel according to the chosen area
    It includes

    - Capacity up to 3 adults (or combination with children up to 6 years old)

    - Tolls and Parking included

    - Without time limit

    The units are spacious, have air conditioning and heating. Service without additional costs. Final rate per vehicle. Children over 3 years pay the same as adults.
    Day 2 - City Tour in Buenos Aires
    The tour includes attractions such as 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk and Corrientes Street. The first stop will be in the Plaza de Mayo to visit the Cathedral and the Cabildo (Old Town Hall). After that, the trip will continue to the most traditional neighborhood in Buenos Aires, San Telmo, which is characterized by its old colonial houses and cobbled streets. Later, the tour will go to the La Boca neighborhood located in the south of the city. There will be a new stop scheduled to look around the colorful zinc houses that make up this area of Buenos Aires and which used to be the refuge and home of the first immigrants and popular artists. Soon after, the vehicle continues to Puerto Madero, the old port of the city that became one of the most exclusive gastronomic and residential areas of Buenos Aires. The tour will go to Palermo: one of the most extensive areas of the city and where it is possible to find the popular forests of Palermo with more or less 300 ha (741 acres) of gardens and artificial ponds surrounded by elegant buildings. Finally, the last point of the route is Recoleta, which is one of the most selected neighborhoods and where, among other attractions, is the Recoleta cemetery. In addition, there are elegant bars, cafes and restaurants that are worth a visit. Accommodation: Buenos Aires Meals included: Breakfast.
    Day 3 - Free day in Buenos Aires
    OPTIONAL EXCURSION: Tango show and dinner at Café De Los Angelitos (for an additional cost, consult) The "Café de los Angelitos" is a living witness of more than one hundred years of Buenos Aires history with a parade of the most prominent personalities of the political and artistic atmosphere of the 20th century. The mystical cafeteria, opened in 1890 with the name of Bar Rivadavia by the Italian Bautisto Fazio, became a meeting point for "compadritos" and "malandras" (scoundrels) towards the end of the XIX century. With rudimentary premises and a dirt floor, the place was the scene of the verbal duels of the gaucho jugglers Gabino Ezeiza, Higuito Cazón and José Betinotti.Remodeled again following an ambitious architectural project, consisting of three levels, it exhibits luxury and distinction all nights with 21 artists who perform this show live. Additional Option: Tango Lesson During the night: Buenos Aires Meals included: Breakfast.
    Day 4 - Transfer to the Airport or Bus Terminal in Buenos Aires - Transfer from the Airport or Bus Terminal in Salta
    Transfer from the hotel according to the chosen area of Buenos Aires to the Airport or bus terminal. It will search for the address you indicated 4 hours before the flight departure time.
    Transfer from Salta Airport or bus terminal to the Hotel
    lIncludes:
    - Capacity up to 3 adults (or combination with children up to 6 years old)
    - Tolls and Parking included
    - Without time limit
    The units are spacious, have air conditioning and heating. Service without additional costs. Final rate per vehicle. Children over 3 years pay the same as adults.
    Day 5 - Excursion to the Quebrada de Humahuaca
    This is a trip along the gorge that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to the colorful landscapes and cultures that make up this unique destination. The tour will actually start in the town of Purmamarca, where you can get a closer look at the well-known Hill of Seven Colors, the city's Church and the Craft Market located around the plaza. Then, the vehicle will head north to the city of Tilcara, where there will be a stop to visit the old Pucará (fortress in the Quechua language) and the Archaeological Museum before reaching Huacalera; that place exhibits a wonderful landscape on a hill called "the Colla woman's skirt" due to the shape it has. The next point is Uquia, with its church located just before the town of Humahuaca and here, you will get off the vehicle to visit the monument to the native indigenous made by the artist Soto Avendaño. After lunch and back to the south, it will be possible to admire the hill nicknamed "the painter's palette&quo