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Fly to Buenos Aires, "Paris of the Americas," for world-class shopping, wining, dining and the passionate Tango! Then sample fabulous wines at famous vineyards in idyllic Mendoza, Argentina and join in a traditional gaucho-style "asado" barbeque. Our journey continues over the Andes, highest mountain range in the Western Hemisphere with a grand finale in cosmopolitan Santiago, Chile. Come, experience this spectacular region and join us for a trip of a lifetime!

Buenos Aires

Buneos Aires

One of the largest cities in the world, elegant Buenos Aires is also the capital of the tango and football, gauchos and the asados. Shop in chic boutiques and then relax at a sidewalk café as the world goes by. Visit the charming La Boca neighborhood near the port or the Cemetery of La Recoleta where Evita Perón is buried. No visit would be complete without seeing an exciting performance of The Tango, Argentina´s passionate national dance.

Mendoza

Mendoza

Mendoza is the gateway to the high Andes and the rugged Chilean border. Fertile vineyards produce some of Argentina´s best wines, including the famous Malbecs. Visit some of the renowned vineyards and bodegas to sample the "fruit of the vine" along with the traditional barbeque, then go native and take a Mendocino-style afternoon siesta. See Plaza Independencia and Plazas España as well as the beautiful parks and tree-lined streets where colorful festivals take place, especially at harvest time.

Santiago

Santiago

The Andes, highest mountain range in the Western Hemisphere, bring us to Santiago, Chile. This vibrant city is a mix of old Spanish colonial charm with European elegance. La Moneda Presidential Palace, the imposing Cathedral, cobblestone streets and ornate fountains compete with modern shopping galleries and skyscrapers. The Bohemian district of Bellavista is famous for its non-stop nightlife. An optional white-water rafting trip will be offered through the canyons on the scenic Maipo River.

Valparaiso

Valparaiso

Nicknamed "The Jewel of the Pacific," Valparaíso is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is built on the steep hillsides overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the vast seaport. Ornate structures mix with simple, colorful houses along labyrinths of alleyways and attest to its rich architectural and cultural legacy.