My way of Travel: A luxurious authentic palace at your feet

Places visited: Buenos Aires , San Antonio de Areco

Buenos Aires

(5 Days / 4 Nights)


Departures: All year round

Validity: Until December 2018

Places visited: Buenos Aires & San Antonio de Areco


  • International  & Domestic flights with Aerolineas Argentinas
  • Daily breakfast, all transfers, tours with bilingual guides, and local taxes
  • 4 nights accommodation in double room at Park Hyatt Hotel – Palacio Duhau in Buenos Aires withupgrade subject to availability & one 60-minute massage session or two 30-minute massage session per stay 
  • 1 Half-day Classic City tour with Tortoni’ s Café  in Buenos Aires 
  • 1 Dinner at Sottovoce Ristorante in Buenos Aires
  • 1 Full-Day visit to San Antonio de Areco & Estancia La Bamba in San Antonio de Areco
  • 1 Dinner Tango show at Rojo Tango in Buenos Aires


  • Meals and drinks other than those mentioned
  • Tips and personal expenses
  •  Travel insurance
  •  Optional tours and experiences
  •  Any items not mentioned 


 *Price per person in US$, based on std. room in 5-star accommodation, subject to availability and may change without notice. Airfare included with Aerolineas Argentinas. Please read terms and conditions. Insurance is highly recommended. This is an exclusive promotion through Borello Travel & Tours.



Day 1: Buenos Aires

Upon arrival at the airport, transfer to Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Hotel – Palacio Duhau.

Day 2: Buenos Aires

Half-day Classic city tour with Tortoni’s Café

Enjoy a three-hour sightseeing tour of Buenos Aires, a cosmopolitan city that reflects the rich heritage of the numerous immigrants that shaped Argentina’s capital. The tour starts at the historic Plaza de Mayo Square, the scene of influential political manifestations. The square is flanked by the Government House, better known as the "Pink House”; the Cabildo (the old City Hall) and the Cathedral. Further south, visit the picturesque port neighborhood of La Boca with its famous colorful street "Caminito", and its unique architecture and customs that reflect the influence of the European immigrants, especially Genovese sailors, who settled along these shores at the end of the 19th century. The tour continues towards San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Settled by immigrants, the neighborhood has preserved most of its architectonic heritage and boasts lovely cobblestone streets lined with colonial houses. Stop at the traditional Café Tortoni for a freshly roasted coffee with a crispy ‘medialuna’ (Argentinean croissant). Next on the tour is the modern, well-heeled district of Puerto Madero and Palermo neighborhood with its elegant residences set among large green spaces. The tour concludes in Recoleta, Buenos Aires’ most sophisticated and upscale neighborhood. Return to hotel.


Dinner at Sottovoce Ristorante

A distinctive Italian restaurant, located in Recoleta.

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(Three-course dinner included. Beverages not included)


Welcome champagne


Parmesan eggplant

Caprese salad

Prosciutto with arugula and parmesan

Piatto Principale

Pork tenderloin with mashed potatoes

Spaghetti with prawns, arugula and dried tomatoes

Day fishing with grilled vegetables


Chocolate semifreddo with ice- cream

Warm Apple Pie with cinnamon Ice -Cream

Homemade ice -Creams

Coffee, Decaffeinated coffee, Tea

Petit four

Day 3: Buenos Aires – San Antonio de Areco

Full Day visit to San Antonio de Areco and Estancia La Bamba

This is the most complete and original experience in the Pampas. San Antonio de Areco still maintains the atmosphere of an 19th century town with its narrow colonial streets, churches, bars and museums, making it an ideal place to breathe in the gaucho spirit and its traditions. "Nestled in lush farmlands, San Antonio de Areco is probably the prettiest town in the pampas.…" (Lonely Planet Guide).

The day starts with morning tour of the town to discover the argentine traditions being in contact with local artisans. At midday, “asado” (a typical argentine barbeque) at the Estancia, prepared and charmed by the gaucho´s hospitality.

La Bamba is one of the oldest colonial style estancias in Argentina, less than 2 hours outside of Buenos Aires. Its origins date back to 1830 when it served as one of the post houses on the "Camino Real" (Royal Road) that linked Buenos Aires to the north of the country. The former stables, “La Pulperia”, are the oldest buildings in the property, dating back to the 19th century when they gave shelter to the gauchos and their horses.

At the beginning of the 20th century the property was converted into a luxurious and comfortable ranch. In 2009, the estancia was completely renovated while preserving its colonial features. Today, La Bamba combines luxurious comfort with colonial elegance.


La Bamba offers many activities, including excursions on horseback, by carriage, or mountain bike. There is also an Argentine bowling lawn. Relax with a hot stone massage or take a dip in the large swimming pool. La Bamba de Areco also serves as the base for the international La Bamba de Areco Polo team. The property includes two polo fields; during polo season, watch a game or even join a training session! Return to hotel.

Day 4:Buenos Aires

Dinner & Show Rojo Tango – (Faena Hotel & Universe)

PM departure from the hotel to Rojo Tango. Sit back and enjoy one of the best dinners and tango shows in the city, Rojo Tango at the Faena Hotel + Universe. Rojo Tango takes the audience through the history of tango, with all of its love, passion, madness and glamour. Return to hotel.

Day 5: Buenos Aires

At appropriate time, transfer to Buenos Aires airport to take your flight.





Tour descriptions and approximate times are for informational purposes only.Some places described may be substituted and/or approximate times may be subject to change, due to unexpected circumstances or weather conditions.