Day trips from Buenos Aires

These are some of the great destinations we can help you make a trip during the day out of Buenos Aires.

For most of these destinations we can organize accommodation for overnight stays if desired.

On request, we can organize English speaking tour guides.

Colonia Del Sacramento – Uruguay

Colonia is one of the  great day trips from Buenos Aires it is a lively colonial town with narrow cobbled streets flanked with whitewashed buildings. A trip to this charming town will seem like a trip back in time. Colonia is only a 2 hour ferry-ride from Buenos Aires.

A photo of a street in Colonia Uruguay a great day trip from Buenos Aires.
A picture from an Argentine Asado


Within a few hours from Buenos Aires there are many Estancias. The Estancias near buenos aires are ideal for getting out of the city for a day and enable one to enjoy nature in an authentic Argentine farmhouse. Most Estancias offer a “gaucho show” and an asado (barbecue) for lunch. Many of them also include different activities such as horseback riding, hiking, and access to golf courses, tennis courts and swimming pools.

Tigre and Delta: Parana River

Only an hour by train to the north of Buenos Aires, you will find the relaxing & historic river port of Tigre. With many rivers and canals, this is an ideal location to pass the day taking in a river cruise in the Parana Delta.

Contact us now to have a great Tigre Buenos Aires day trip!

A photo of a boat on the Tigre Parana River Delta
A photo of an Argentine Gaucho on his horse on an Estancias near Buenos Aires.

San Antonio de Areco

On the south bank of the Areco River, 70 miles west from Buenos Aires, there is a slice of the old frontier life, where many of the friendly locals still wear gaucho berets; the post office always closes for lunch and nobody ever locks their bikes. Only 2 hours from Buenos Aires by bus, the serene village of San Antonio de Areco, seems years away from the noise of the city.The town is a throw back to the country´s original gaucho culture and has become a popular getaway from the city. Old kiosks offer delightful things, such as alfajor (a type of biscuit.) There are also museums, cultural centres, churches and monuments. Every november, San Antonio de Areco hosts the most important gaucho celebration in Argentina, the tradition day (“Día de la Tradición”).