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Arrive in Ezeiza International Airport and transfer to your Downtown hotel and then embark on a city tour of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires. See the Pyramid de Mayo, the Presidential palace, the Cabinet, and the Metropolitan Cathedral. View the symbol of the city, “The Obelisque.” Enjoy history and modern-day musings at every turn as you discover the various neighborhoods from San Telmo with its signature tango parlors; to European-inspired La Boca, trendy Puerto Madero, and La Recoleta Cemetery which surprises visitors with its rich architecture and the important social & political figures that are buried there, among whom is Eva Peron. We will enjoy an excellent dinner and traditional tango show at “El Querandi,” a colonial house that was converted into a traditional tango bar in 1920. (D)
Take your time to explore Buenos Aires at your own pace today. After the day at leisure, tonight we depart from hotel toward the south zone of the city where the majority of traditional tanguerias are located. This corner of Buenos Aires showcases the spirit of the past for its inhabitants and those who visit. (B)
After breakfast you will be transferred from your hotel to Jorge Newberry Airport and head to El Calafate, a city in Argentina’s Patagonia. Upon arrival you will be met by your Central Holidays representative and transferred to your hotel. Relax and enjoy the fresh Patagonian air and breathtaking landscapes. Take the opportunity on your own to discover Avenida del Libertador, El Calafate’s main street where you can savor the flavors at local restaurants and bakeries or shop for souvenirs. (B)
Embark on a full-day excursion to Perito Moreno Glacier in Glacier National Park today! On the way, see Lake Argentino and Redonda Bay. The glacier has a surface of 96.5 square miles and a depth between 250 and 350 meters in the center. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, this frozen river descends from the continental ice field causing landslides and explosions as it continues advancing. It impresses not only by its visual beauty, but also by the constant roar you hear from inside. (B)
Take your time to enjoy a day at leisure today to explore the area at your own pace. El Calafate is located in the Patagonian steppe and on the border of Lago Argentino, Argentina’s biggest lake. Consider joining in an optional excursion to see some of the remote area glaciers or opt to take a spectacular bike ride out to the lake to discover the natural gems of Patagonia on your own. (B)
Depart from El Calafate and Patagonia for your flight to Buenos Aires and check-in to your hotel upon arrival. Buenos Aires showcases the influences of the various immigrant populations that helped form it. Tonight consider heading over to the San Telmo neighborhood to enjoy exquisite Argentine restaurants and an evening of tango or venture on to Puerto Madero with its old piers converted into offices, apartments, places for entertainment and elegant restaurants are found. (B)
Transfer to Buenos Aires’ Jorge Newberry Airport for your flight to Iguazu International Airport and transfer to your hotel in Puerto Iguazú upon arrival. Tonight you can tantalize your taste buds with abundant locally acclaimed Argentine cuisine options including grilled meats and steaks, fresh river fish recipes, and homemade pastas as you dine at leisure in your selected area restaurant. (B)
Today we explore the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls on a full-day excursion. Board the train at Central Station that runs inside the subtropical rainforest for 2.5 miles. At Falls Station are 2 trails: The Upper Circuit, crossing over the top of the canyon and the Lower Circuit, a 1-mile trail, provides waterfall views from 8 catwalk lookouts for different perspectives. Then we catch the train to the Devil’s Throat Station, from which a 1.2 mile walk to a suspended platform lookout delivers Iguazu’s biggest thrill: the tallest and largest waterfall called Devil’s Throat, a 14-fall combo crashing in a 269-foot sheer drop! (B)
Embark on a 3-hour excursion towards the Brazilian side of the Falls to Iguazu National Park to tour the park and head up to the boardwalks located at the edge of the cliffs of the Iguazu River. Enjoy the vista of San Martín Island, Devil’s Throat from the observation deck, and the waterfalls of Bossetti, San Martín, and Three Musketeers. This afternoon, board your flight to Buenos Aires’ Jorge Newberry Airport and transfer to Ezeiza International Airport for your departure flight home. (B)