Buenos Aires (B,L,D)
Begin the day with a tour of Recoleta – it is an area of great historical and architectural interest, principally because the Recoleta Cemetery
is located there. Visit the tomb of Evita Peron. It is also an important tourist destination and cultural center of the city. Considered one of
the more affluent neighborhoods, and the cost per square meter of real estate is one of the highest in the city. Then you will explore Puerto Madero, the site of the new Art galleries, local area museums, shopping and entertainment area in Buenos Aires. This area was first used
for storage by the docks, but ten years ago, was transformed into the modern hotspot that it is today. See La Boca, the oldest, most colorful, and most authentic neighborhood in Buenos Aires. La Boca is partly an artist colony, and mostly a working-class neighborhood. The most famous street in La Boca is called Caminito (little path), and is the center of tourist activity in the area. The street is commonly shown on postcards for its multi-colored houses. Many artists also show off their work (handicrafts, antiques and silver goods). La Boca Juniors is one of the biggest soccer teams in Argentina and happens to be one of the clubs for which the soccer great, Diego Maradona played.
(We will try to go to a Soccer game if available and you wish to attend, not included in tour price.) Lunch at local restaurant on your own.
If you like, spend the rest of the day there with the opportunity to dine on one's own, in one of the oldest and most picturesque cities in Buenos Aires. Step inside the diverse array of shops, antique stores and open-air flea markets along the cobblestone streets of San Telmo. Afternoon free. Dinner (TBA).
Overnight: Hotel Kenton Buenos Aires