By Skye Lucking
Wine tours in Mendoza, bike tours in Buenos Aires, graffiti tours in San Telmo, and empanada tours of Tucuman are just a portion of the many guided excursions in this country. Argentina offers endless intrigue whether it be gastronomic, anthropologic, historic, or artistic.
In a land that is the fifth largest wine producer in the world, you'll certainly be able to find someone who wants to tell you all about it and share a glass or two. While Mendoza is well known for its wine tours and connoisseurs, you can also find vineyards, bodegas, tastings and guides all over the country.
There is not enough said about the art scene in Argentina. The performance, graffiti, and traditional media artists in this country are a prolific bunch. You need only walk the streets of Buenos Aires to see that artists are making their mark on the city, quite literally. However, if you walk alone you might miss out on some interesting back story and political or social commentary behind the work. Take advantage of these art tours to get the low down on this thriving scene.
It's surprising just how much territory you can cover by bus, subway, and your own two feet in Buenos Aires. There are many options for walking tours in Buenos Aires (although they may be hard to tell apart by their names). Here are a few, follow the links to see what fits best with your interest, time, and pocket book.
Argentina is known for a many and wondrous thing: wine, beef, empanadas, alfajores, and the list goes on. Here are a few tours devoted to delectables.