My wife and I were staying in San Antonio de Areco and wanted to do a Dia del Campo. Staying at Estancias can be expensive (Paradores Draghi 10 min walk away was a fantastic place and VG value). We were not expecting the most authentic experience at La Cinicina as it doesn't seem to be a regular working farm (Estancia). Cash price for the day was ~US$30 pp and they definitely over-delivered on value, no complaints at all! Host Manuel was an extremely polite, professional and super-pleasant host. He handled everything with aplomb, and the rest of the staff were very nice. The food was very good (not 5 star but rustic and generous) with plenty of variety (you can upgrade from free wine to something decent if you wish) and the quality of the folkloric show was excellent, and with some humour (they have deep respect for their gaucho culture but don't take themselves too seriously!). The place is lovely with lots of history surrounding the buildings. The horse and buggy riding is only short but gives you a bit of the taste for the gaucho riding experience (if you stay at the Estancia you can have access to longer, better riding experiences). The real highlight was the gaucho horsemanship show. They are the real deal these guys and put on a fantastic performance, especially the Campesino Maestro "Horse Whisperer" at the end.