la boca

Paris of the South

The city of Good Airs, so named to bid the ships fair weather as they left the port for Spain, Buenos Aires is unique. Home to the tango, polo, the best meat in the world, its art galleries, antiques markets, and architecture are a host to one of the world's must-see sporting events- the football Superclassico'.

Starting young - playing football near the famous Boca Juniors stadium

We believe cities should be explored at your own pace, so we'll arm you with the latest Time Out guide for the city, give you the latest word in restaurants, and leave you to it.

Of course, anything you want to see - Tango without the tourists, a football game, a polo match, just ask and we'll get you the tickets!

 


When you're in Buenos Aires you'll stay in one of 3 or 4 charming boutique hotels we use.

All are in Palermo, which has easy access to downtown, but is lovely and tranquil and has by far the best restaurants in the city.

The choice is yours.

Check them out here:

Five Cool Rooms

Costa Petit

1551 Palermo

Malabia House