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Historical, cultural and culinary walking tours. Friendly and informative, delicious walking food tours through Buenos Aires' historic neighborhood. Discover the sights and flavors of the city’s most delicious kitchens.
Avenida Cordoba 2586, Buenos Aires C1120AAU, Argentina
All reviews wine tasting san telmo guide jorge empanadas steak great company la boca baked cheese thoroughly enjoyed our evening wonderful guide great afternoon chorizo provoleta argentinian style walking tour highly recommend this tour argentine culture
Very good day. Started with 4 different Argentine wines and empanadas (3 kinds). Then a walk through a food market. Next more food, more walking and commentary about the neighborhood and then ice cream to finisk
Really enjoyed the Recoleta food tour. Spent a delightful afternoon wandering through this beautiful neighborhood with Jorge. Every bite was delicious and we got to experience 4 distinct places in a single afternoon. On our own, we may have found one of these places (after...More
Thank you Jorge for a great day!!
La Boca - food walking (and drinking) tour Argentinian style. Tortilla, spinach pancake, white wine, cheese, Parilla carbon (meat on coals), red wine, amaretto, tango....... the list goes on.... Our first day in Buenos Aires and couldn’t think...More
From the empanadas to the amazing steak, this food tour in the wonderful neighborhood of Recoleta was exactly what we were looking for. We had the best time with Jorge and at the end of the day we were so full of all the incredible...More
I enjoyed the afternoon in Recoletta eating and drinking with Jorge as host and tour guide. The afternoon started in an old traditional restaurant for empanadas and wine, then to a restaurant for a traditional grill lunch, followed by another stop for gelato, then finally...More
On our first full day in BA, we enjoyed the San Telmo neighborhood - eating and drinking. Our first stop was a fabulous wine shop. We tried a number of wines - not all Malbecs! and tried empanadas Jorge purchased from a vendor in the...More
Couldn't have had a better experience - Jorge was the consummate host and just an all around great guy. The food and wine were both excellent. This is a great way to spend an evening in BA and sample a variety of the local fare.
Our guide Jorge was amazing! We selected the walking culinary tour of San Telmo and had the most amazing time. Our guide told the stories and picked the best local places to explore San Telmo by foot and by taste! It was if we were...More
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Trip Report: 4 Nights in Buenos Aires (12 Replies)
I am splitting my complete 12-day South America trip report into three parts because there is no method for tagging a trip report with more than one city. On my trip, I visited Rio de Janeiro for 4 nights, Iguazu Falls for 3 nights, and Buenos Aires for 4 nights. If you are interested in one of the other components of my trip, search my screen name for the additional trip reports. I reviewed each of my hotels separately (not included in the trip reports): the Copacabana Palace in Rio, the...More
April 10, 2012|
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Can I get an executive summary? p.s. I thought Ciscerones tours were free ( except for a tip). p.p.s Last time I took the Colonia ferry it was about $100 RT for two, not $275. Even including a $60 1st class premium that strikes me as high - its that what it cost these days? US$ 105 pp RT?