One Day in Buenos Aires

If a quick stopover is all the time you have in Buenos Aires you want to make the most of your stay in this dynamic South American city. Plan your whirlwind tour to see as much as you can and soak up the Latin American air.

Tourist Bus

If you are not living in the city than you are a tourist so make the most of this status and use the specially designed Hop On Hop Off tourist bus. Starting from the information office in the pedestrian street of La Florida this is the ideal way to see many of the city highlights in a short amount of time. Travel through La Boca, Palermo, Puerto Madero and Recoleta. The added audio commentary gives you informative insights into many points of interest.

Walking Tour

If you are the more energetic type ditch the bus for a walking tour. There are free tours given by the local government on an irregular basis so check up before you arrive to see if you are lucky to be there on the same day. Alternatively grab a map and your walking shoes and hit the pavement. Buenos Aires is a huge city and you will soon feel the distances so plan your route or perhaps moving a little faster could be an option…

Bike Tour

Two wheel bike tours of Buenos Aires can be the ideal middle way between a tourist bus and a walking tour. Traveling on the flat streets of the city gets you up close and personal into daily Argentine life. Follow the bike paths around the outskirts and off the main streets to explore the parklands in Costanera Sur and Palermo. If you are afraid of getting lost sign up for a guided bike trip and let an expert local show you the inner workings of their city

With only one day to take in the city it will be a rush but pace your self appropriately, by foot, by two wheels or by bus. Be aware that your brief introduction to Buenos Aires may make you want to overstay your visit and explore even more of this unique South American city.