Adventure in Arts: Combination tour Museum
and Art Galleries
something very special about learning about a culture
and its people through the language of Art. An experienced
docent will share with you the National Museum of
Fine Arts, which houses several of Argentina’s finest
painters; Malba (Latin American Art Museum) and the
best art galleries in Buenos
For our gallery tours, our art director selects
the three most fascinating and varied exhibits to
explore. You will see the newest in painting, sculpture
and photography, by Argentine and Latin American
artists. At each stop, your guide, who holds a Ph.D.
in arts education will lead the group in lively discussions.
Afternoon with the Masters
Led by a contemporary art enthusiast, this tour is ideal for art connoisseurs, fine art collectors,
or any person seeking an exclusive experience. The
tour provides an opportunity to visit studios of
recognized local painters, silversmiths and plastic
artists. Your guide will help you gain insight into
Latin American masterpieces and explore the vision
of Argentine contemporary art.
Colon Theater: Private tour
The venerable Teatro Colon reopened last May after
three years of restoration works, with a star-studded
opera calendar that includes Puccini's La Bohème
and Mozart's Don Giovanni.
A fascinating guided tour of the world-class opera,
ballet and classical music facility. Teatro
opened in 1908, has hosted the likes of Callas, Toscanini,
Stravinsky, Caruso and Pavarotti.
The tour of the theater and museum provides a glimpse
of the building's inner workshops including visits
with set-builders, costumers, and wig-makers.
will visit the Studio of a famous Argentine photographer,
Aldo Sessa, who helps explain his photographs and
artwork and leads the group into discussions. After
this fascinating experience, you will visit the Malba,
a magnificent constructed edifice housing tremendous
art from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela,
Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay, Cuba and Costa
You will find artists such as Frida Khalo, Diego
Rivera, Rafael Barradas, Antonio Berni, Wilfredo
Lam, Joaquin Torres Garcia, Tarsilia do Amaral, among
Also Sessa: Photography Class
If you're a interested in taking a photography class,
you can take a Photography Class with Aldo Sessa,
one of the most experienced and talented fine art
photographers in Argentina.
Whether you're a fine art photographer, a commercial
photographer, a serious amateur photographer or just
starting out, you'll most likely find this photography
class to fit your needs and interests.
be a terrific visit through the most remarkable antiques,
design and décor outlets in all styles and price
ranges. These are guidedtours of Antique Shops,
Auctions, Fairs and Markets within Buenos
its surrounding areas. The selection is huge, ranging
from un-restored jewels in the rough to high-end
British and French furniture. Your guides have extensive
knowledge of local trade outlets, as well as specialist
dealers who will help you find the pieces you are
Additional tours (i.e. on themes not listed above)
are also available, please contact us for details.
We are happy to tailor a tour to your interests.
We can accommodate individuals, couples, small groups
Concert & Theater Tickets
Concerts in Buenos Aires are held in a wide variety
of settings or venues, including pubs, nightclubs,
churches, mansions, dedicated concert halls, entertainment
centres, large multipurpose buildings, and even sports
We specialize in finding and selling the Sold Out
event tickets no one else has. Tickets to concerts,
Colon theater, opera, ballet, tango festival and
Many places in Buenos Aires invite visitors to enjoy
tango dinner shows in which, along with a national
and international gastronomic proposal introduce
dancers, singers and orchestras displaying the grace
and the glamour of this musical genre from the Río
de la Plata area.
Buy advance tickets at a special low price for the
upcoming Tango Show.
Differences between Tango shows and Milongas
The Tango Shows take place in high-end theatres
or Salons where the best professional dancers display
the best tango in the city. These are shows where
locals as well as tourists go. There are two tipes
of Tango shows, the big ones and those that have
an intimate atmosphere. I recommend the small ones
which have twenty tables and the show is very modern
and has a great band too.
Don`t miss a night at a Tanguería. It is a memorable
experience where you can watch the best tango dancers
at a Tango show.
The Milongas are dance clubs, where locals go to
dance tango. Most milongas are held on a regular
basis (usually weekly), and they often begin with
dancing classes and sometimes demonstration dances.
Usually, three to five songs of a kind are played
in a row followed by a short musical break (called
cortina) to clear the dance floor and facilitate
partner changes. There are a number of informal rules
that dictate how dancers should choose their dancing
Inspired to hit the dance floor? We can arrange
If you want to experience the real Tango it is necessary
to visit both places since they are completely different
and they represent the essence of Buenos