Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Categories: Food & Wine - Foodies
$ 79 USD
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Visit 3 different authentic local restaurants.
Taste traditional foods and excellent Argentine wine at each stop.
Visit one of the best artisanal “heladerias” (ice cream shops) in the city.
Our Expert Foodie Guides will introduce you to Argentine cuisine, wine, and explain local culture.
Location: Buenos Aires
Operates: Monday, Wednesday
Departs: 12:00 PM
Duration: 2.5 hours
Tour Code: 12298
Our Expert Guides will take you on a magical Parrilla Tour to discover hole-in-the-wall restaurants where only the locals go! We will learn about Argentina’s flavors, culture, cuisine, while conversing with locals and experiencing and tasting authentic Porteño flavors.
Parrillas are Argentine restaurants that offer the most traditional cuisine. Most visitors to Buenos Aires only dine at the touristy parrillas published in guidebooks and sadly miss out on some of the city’s most delicious gems. In this tour, we walk the "off-the-beaten parrilla path" - and discover secret places that are only known by the locals.
The San Telmo tour is for those visitors who love historic architecture and have a desire for a little adventure. We will begin near the Mercado de San Telmo for a homemade empanada at a family owned neighborhood institution. After exploring the market and seeing Argentine butchers in action, we'll sample the classic street food of Argentina, choripan. The main stop is at one of the best and oldest Buenos Aires parrillas to try provoleta, 2 cuts of steak, salad, and Malbec. We finish up at a small heladeria (ice cream shop) known for their huge selection of homemade ice cream flavors.
Join us for a tour through San Telmo and surrounding areas for a Parrilla and foodie adventure you will not forget!
-This tour is available only in English.
Per Adult: $ 79 USD
What To Bring
Expert Guides (English), traditional food, excellent Argentine wine (2 glasses of wine)
Meeting point: Bolivar 962 (Pedro Telmo), Buenos Aires
Return Details: Tour retuns to the original meeting point