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Enjoy unique experiences in the City of Buenos Aires and its surrounds. The vibrant city offers plenty of unique and creative opportunities for corporate events and incentive trips, both by day and night.
Learn the basic steps of tango, Argentina's most iconic and sensual dance, at a traditional milonga. The tango took its first steps on the shores of the Río de la Plata in the mid 1880s, in neighbourhoods inhabited by Italian, Spanish and African immigrants and gauchos.
Enjoy a day of fun and nature at a historic estancia, or farmstead, in the countryside around the city, and put your horseriding skills to the test. Delight at a fantastic barbecue and traditional folk demonstrations.
Experience the incredible world of polo and practise this "sport of kings" at one of the best clubs in the world together with expert players.
Learn to make empanadas or a traditional Argentine asado alongside top local chefs, and enjoy tasting Argentine wines including the emblematic malbec.
The world's widest river offers panoramic views of the city. You can also sail the Paraná River Delta and explore its more than 1,000 islands, and relax surrounded by nature.
Discover one of Buenos Aires' 48 neighbourhoods on two wheels. Buenos Aires has a system of cycle lanes that connects key areas, parks, museums and more.