Cultural visits and trips

Argentina stands out for its diversity and geographic as well as cultural richness. Visits and trips within our country enhance and enrich the study programs, providing students with first-hand experiences of both world-class tourist attractions and local communities with their customs.

ASAS has a team of specialized tour operators and guides who adhere to the highest standards of trust and professionalism. Here are some suggested visits:

Trips and cultural visits within Buenos:

City Tour:

Buenos Aires is known as a sophisticated and cosmopolitan city, with trendy shops and restaurants that rival those in any world capital.

Our 4-hour city tour will serve as the perfect introduction to understanding the origins, growth, and diversity of Buenos Aires. Guided by our specialized bilingual guides, you will discover all the secrets of the city, including the historic Plaza de Mayo, La Boca and Caminito, the distinguished neighborhood of La Recoleta, and the skyscrapers of Puerto Madero.

Note: This tour can be adapted based on the interests of the group, focusing on specific content.
Colón Theatre:

The Colon Theater of Buenos Aires is one of the most important opera houses of the world. It keeps secrets in every corner. Living the experience of a Guided Tour is getting to know a portion of its centennial history at the service of the Argentine and world culture. By exploring the Main Hall, the Foyer, the Bustos Gallery and the Golden Hall, visitors can absorb amazing details about architecture, staircases, sculptures, ceilings or vitreaux.

Duration: 50 minutes
Dinner and Tango Show

Thinking about Tango is synonymous with Argentina, and taking part in a dinner show is the ideal way to immerse oneself in a unique and thrilling culture expressed through chords and dance steps.
Our plan begins with a three-course gourmet dinner that includes iconic dishes such as the traditional "bife de chorizo" and concludes with an authentic show featuring live musicians and dancers from the best exponents of Argentine tango.

Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes.
Recoleta Cemetery

Considered one of the most unusual cemeteries in the world, the site was declared the city’s first official public burial place in 1822. Aside from being the resting place of the deceased, it is completely unlike a normal cemetery. The place is full of elaborately carved scroll-work and stately tombs. The burial site of Argentina’s most famous figures, including Evita herself, the cemetery is a must-do while in Buenos Aires.

Duration: 1:30 hours
Tigre and Delta

The Tigre Delta is one of the best day trips from Buenos Aires. With just a one-hour ride, we go from the bustling city center to a natural paradise of lush green islands and river inlets to explore. This is where the Paraná River ends, being one of the few river deltas to empty into fresh water and not the sea. The delta’s islands are filled with beautiful stilted houses, restaurants, and communities.

Duration: 7 hours - 3-course lunch included.
Day Tour to a Country House “Argentinian Estancia”

Learn about the culture and history of the cattle ranching industry in Argentina and take in the landscape of the scenic Pampas. Dig into a traditional barbecue lunch followed by an optional folklore gaucho show (Argentine cowboy), skills demonstration or a cooking class about the traditional “empanadas”.

Duration: 8/9 hours -
Traditional barbecue lunch included.

Trips to the best landscapes of the country:

Cataratas del Iguazú

This marvellous destination is considered one of the natural wonders of the modern world. The 3-day, 2-night program includes a full day to explore Iguazu National Park and to be amazed by the Devil's Throat.

Recommended stay: 2 nights.
Flight time: 1.50 hours.
Patagonia (El Calafate, Chalten, Ushuaia, Bariloche).

The southern part of the Argentine Republic hosts one of the most fascinating regions in the world: Patagonia. From the monumental Perito Moreno Glacier (UNESCO World Heritage site) in El Calafate to incredible trekking trails across the mountains in "El Chaltén," from the beautiful mountains and lakes of San Carlos de Bariloche to the southernmost city in the world: Ushuaia, Patagonia is a key destination and has become a must-visit for every traveller.

It's important to keep in mind that this region encompasses more than 930,000 Sq meters, and the mentioned attractions are quite far apart from each other. Therefore, visiting two or more destinations will require more time in the region.

Recommended stay: 2 to 5 nights.
Flight time: 2 to 3.5 hours.

The wine capital of Argentina offers a dazzling experience set amidst valleys and mountains surrounded by internationally acclaimed wineries. Visitors can witness the entire production process, from large wineries to boutique ventures, engaging in conversations with prestigious winemakers and savouring gourmet cuisine.

Recommended stay: 2 to 3 nights
Flight time of 1.5 hours.