Buenos Aires is the most cosmopolitan of South American cities, and usually a great way to start or end a tour in the country. Any of these can be tailored - or we can add a couple of nights to any of the tours elsewhere.
This is your opportunity to meet the tango’s house: Buenos Aires, the perfect scenery that takes you back to the days when tango became one of the most elegant and sensual dances in the world
The name "Patagonia" comes from the legend of the Patagons (large feet), an indigenous race of giants nevertheless vouched for unanimously by the first sailors to these parts: Magellan in 1520, Simon de Alcazaba y Sotomayor in 1535 and Thomas Cavendish in 1578. Amazed Europeans learnt these giants were more than 3 metres tall, danced on the beaches and threw sand on their head.
Laura, Just back in Buenos Aires after a fabulous trip to Antarctica. Best regards, John.
John H, France