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Tangol - Full Day San Antonio de Areco with Ranch


Tangol - Full Day San Antonio de Areco with Ranch
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15 Mar 2018
“Wonderful stay in San Antonio De Areco”
26 Dec 2016
“More than Step Above the others”
Right in the center of the humid pampa, bordered by a lovely riverside promenade, there stands one of the most ancient and traditional settlements in the Province of Buenos Aires: San Antonio de Areco. The tour includes a visit to this village and...more
Calle Florida 971 | Shop# 31, Buenos Aires C1005AAS, Argentina
+54 11 4363-6000
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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

What a wonderful way to spend a day outside of the beautiful but chaotic city of Buenos Aires! Our guide was called Juliette, she was very nice and gave us lots of information during the ride. We visited the old town of San Antonio De...More

Thank Ruth S
Reviewed 26 December 2016

I just wanted to share the wonderful day we had today. Visit to a Gaucho ranch: One of our best tours ever! Our guide, Pablo, gave us two hours of humorous and interesting information about Argentina and its culture as we rode out to the...More

Thank Vinopopos
Reviewed 3 December 2013

This perfectly orchestrated side trip to San Antonio de Areco was the highlight of my travels to Argentina. Our guide, Manuel, was charming and funny, and his English was fantastic. The estancia served delicious food, and Don Oscar made our day with his singing.

1  Thank Ckmesser
Reviewed 1 May 2012

This was the perfect way to spend a day, a ninety minute drive out of the city and into the countryside! We were hosted by a classy Argentinian family on their expansive 220 acre estancia with all stops pulled out by our proud hosts! Upon...More

3  Thank Richard K
Reviewed 1 October 2011

We took a tour to an Estancia (working ranch) in San Antonio de Areco. We were picked by Camino Pampa company (Guillermo) in a seven seat van and we picked up 3 Australians (a brother, sister and cousin) from Perth. The 3 of them have...More

2  Thank Leonard G
Reviewed 18 October 2010

My wife and I were staying in San Antonio de Areco and wanted to do a Dia del Campo. Staying at Estancias can be expensive (Paradores Draghi 10 min walk away was a fantastic place and VG value). We were not expecting the most authentic...More

4  Thank MDFL
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