From Buenos Aires, we will travel down the longest road in Buenos Aires, Avenida Libretador, which is about 22.37 miles long. Once we arrive in Tigre, we will take a relaxing 1-hour boat ride through the Parana Delta. Tigre consists of a series of islands connected by rivers and streams that flow into the Rio de Plata, which is the widest river in the world. Here we will learn the customs, culture, and ways of life the native "isleños." After sailing through the different channels, we will be treated to a delicious lunch while taking in the views of the Parana River.
After lunch, we will visit the Port of Fruits, a big artisan and craftwork market that was once the fruits and woods market of Tigre. Afterwards, we will have the opportunity to spend some time in San Isidro. You can use this free time to stop and visit the neighborhood and learn about its history and people.
After exploring San Isidro, we will make our way back to Buenos Aires, passing the residential neighborhood of Olivos where the Presidential Residence (also known as Quinta de Olivos) is located.
The bus will then drop you off downtown after the tour.
- On Sundays, we will not visit the Port of Fruits but the tour will end in San Telmo neighborhood, where you will be able enjoy the famous San Telmo Flea Market.