Golf & Leisure in Buenos Aires 6 days / 5 nights
Day 1 Buenos Aires
Welcome to one of the world’s most captivating cities, the biggest urban center in Argentina. With its metropolitan area, (Great Buenos Aires) it is the second biggest conglomerate in Southamerica and one of the most important urban centers in the world. Your transfer will pick you up at the airport and bring you to your hotel, Dazzler Polo. This hotel offers 133 rooms that combine design and comfort and is located in the multifaceted neighborhood of Palermo, a few meters from Campo Argentino de Polo and Palermo Hippodrome. The hotel is surrounded by spacious parks, embassies and major avenues that offer a variety of dining options. From here, you will be close to notable attractions like the Botanical Gardens, the Japanese Gardens, the Planetarium, the Paseo de Rosedal, the Hippodrome (polo field) and many museums, such as the Museo de Arte de Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), the National Museum of Decorative Arts and the Museo Evita. Palermo has one of the biggest and varied gastronomic offers in the city.
At the afternoon, we will take a half day city tour. We will discover the magic of Buenos Aires in a 3 hours and a half city tour in which you will visit the outstanding building of the National Congress, the ancient Council, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Capitol (better known as "Pink House"). The buildings that surround the "Mayo Square" consist of the above mentioned spots. The tour also includes the magnificent areas of Recoleta and Palermo, with their beautiful parks and buildings, the Colon theatre, one of the five most important Opera theatres of the world and many other buildings and palaces of architectural, historical and cultural value. We will visit San Telmo area, one of the most antique districts of the city, as well as the Boca district, with its "caminito"- a picturesque pedestrian street, where you will find its colourful metal sheet tenements. Finally, the tour will lead us to the recently recycled district of Puerto Madero, old area of the Buenos Aires port. Accommodation.
Day 2 Buenos Aires
Breakfast at hotel. Today is the first day for a Golf Round at “Lagartos Golf & Country Club”. This was founded in 1969 and from the very beginning, its 27 holes – of American style – had wide fairways and huge tees. The length of the fairways makes the presence of rough unnecessary. Said rough grows only when the course is prepared for great championships. Its bent-cross greens give speed to the ball and precision to the shots, becoming a pleasure to play on them. This 6.800 yards 72-Par course hosts one of the most important amateur championships in the world: The J.C. Tailhade International Championship. Trevor Immelman, Eduardo Molinari and Aaron Baddley between many other great international players had played here as amateurs. Return to your hotel and accommodation.
Day 3 Buenos Aires
Breakfast at hotel. Today is time to go for a Golf Round at “Argentino Golf Club”. It owns its name for being the first golf club in the country established by argentine people. This club of more than one hundred years of history counts with a beautiful course of 18 holes par 72. This British parkland, of big and fast greens is always presented in great shape from tee to green. Excellent grass on the greens provides speed. Strategic doglegs, water hazards, and very good located bunkers, will demand a lot of strategy to assure a good score, while enjoying the sights of a magnificent park of old big trees. Return to your hotel and accommodation.
Day 4 Buenos Aires
Breakfast at hotel. You will be able to play golf in one of the best courses in the country and the region, as said by Angel Cabrera, Eduardo Romero and the Golf Digest Magazine, which ranking it within the top 100 courses around the world, and in the best position of the three courses of Argentina: “Olivos Golf Club”. Here is played every year the Argentine Masters Tournament, being the winner international stars such as Payne Stewart, Bernard Langher, Gary Player, Vijay Singh and Craig Stadler. Was also chosen as venue for World Amateur Golf Championship in two occasions (1972 & 2010). This 27 holes parkland (White / Red /Blue) of 6,705 yards from the blue tees was designed by Luther Koontz, who used to work with Alister Mackenzie (the Augusta National Architect). Tough par 4s with dog legs, a couple of hazards protecting approaches and tee shots, and deep bunkers like in the par 3 of the 17th can put you in trouble at any moment. The course maintenance is excellent all throughout the year, offering fast receiving greens of different sizes. Prestige, history, tradition, challenge, all these put together explains why is considered locally a golf paradise. Return to your hotel and accommodation.
Day 5 Buenos Aires
Breakfast at hotel. Day at leisure to walk around Palermo area on your own, maybe have lunch in one of the local restaurants in the area or enjoy a nice afternoon at Japanese Gardens. In the late afternoon get prepared for a Dinner and Tango Show with Wine Tasting or Tango Lesson included at La Ventana. Several well-known musical center of the city, offers the chance of enjoying all the magic and charm of Tango, star of the night, while delighting an excellent gastronomy of international level. The show goes through the history of the tango and life at the beginning of last century, with different dance couples and famous singers of tango. Before the dinner take place we will enjoy of a delicious wine tasting at their Cava or a Tango Lesson. In the very heart of San Telmo, this historic restored tenement (known as conventillo) is a classic example of the culture of the old city of Buenos Aires. The premises of La Ventana takes a trip to these old times. The interior, which preserves the building in its purest style, creates the ideal setting for a unique experience which includes 32 performers, two tango orchestras, an Argentine folk music group, dancers and singers. Besides, there is a menu consisting of national and international cuisine and an exquisite selection of Argentine wines. Return to the hotel by midnight. Accommodation.
Day 6 Buenos Aires / End of tour
Breakfast at hotel. At proper time, transfer will pick you up from your hotel and bring you to the airport for your flight. We hope you had enjoyed a great time during your stay in Buenos Aires. END OF OUR SERVICES.
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