What is a trip to Argentina, without a visit to Buenos Aires ? Our first stop, will be in this historic city referred to as “The Paris of South America.” Here we will consume all the cultural elements within the city and face stiff competition before heading north west, to Cordoba.
January is the hottest month in Buenos Aires with an average temperature of 25°C (76°F). Great for sport and the beach experience.
2.Córdoba, the second-largest city in Argentina, has a different personality than the metropolis of Buenos Aires. Across the country, the people of Córdoba (known as Cordobesas) are known as fun-loving folks with a fondness for cuarteto music, rally car racing, and the drink of Fernet and Coke. While most people visiting the country will no doubt explore the capital city, Córdoba is worth the trip for its blend of new and old, with 17th-century Jesuit ruins alongside modern art galleries, and a huge student population that makes the city fun and hip.
It’s home to the country’s oldest surviving university and its rugged outskirts provide plenty of adventurous activities like parasailing and horseback riding. Córdoba is much more relaxed than Buenos Aires, so feel free to linger over a long lunch, relax in the square with a coffee or ice cream, and meet a few of the laid back locals.
- Team(s) Package
- Option#1 March – April dates **may vary
- Option#2 August **dates may vary
- Option#3 September – October **dates may vary
- Training sessions and Fixtures for Teams
- Tour Guide support
- Sightseeing Activities
- Travel logistics / Hotel accommodation / All land transport
- Schengen Visa Assistance (optional extra)
- Total cost* (*full board)
- Add on option: Uruguay (day trip) / Santiago , Chile (2 nights) / Extra nights in Argentina