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Destinations Visited
Buenos Aires
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Tango Dancers

La Boca, Buenos Aires

Casa Rosada

Buenos Aires

Estadio Alberto J. Armando

Buenos Aires

La Bombonera Stadium

Buenos Aires

La Boca

Buenos Aires

Your Adventure, Day by Day

Day 1 Depart from North America
  • Flight to Buenos Aires Sit back, relax, and enjoy your overnight flight!
Day 2 Welcome to Buenos Aires!
  • Arrive at the Buenos Aires International Airport Meet your Excel International Sports Representative.
  • Deluxe Coach Transfer to Your Three-Star Accommodations Check-in and unpack at your Buenos Aires hotel, where you will reside for the duration of your stay.
  • Welcome Meeting and Orientation
  • Free time You will have the rest of the day to settle in and get to know Buenos Aires.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Evening practice session Description
Day 3 Explore the "Fair Winds" City
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Morning Practice Session
  • Walking Tour of Buenos Aires Enjoy a two-hour walking tour and visit Plaza de Mayo, Avenida de Mayo (the grand boulevard of Buenos Aires), Avenida 9 de Julio, the Buenos Aires Obelisk, Plaza Congreso, The Buenos Aires Cathedral, and The Pink House (Casa Rosada).
  • Also explore Cafe Tortoni (the oldest cafe in the city) and the Palacio Barolo building. Take a ride on Buenos Aires Subway Line A, the oldest subway in the southern hemisphere, with its original 1913 wooden carriages.
  • Enjoy a Free Afternoon for Sightseeing
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Soccer Match This evening play your first international game vs. an Argentinean team.
Day 4 Get Up Close with La Bombonera Stadium
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Estadio Alberto J. Armando Tour this famous venue, commonly called La Bombonera Stadium.
  • The unusual shape of the stadium has led to it having excellent acoustics and the Boca support being nicknamed "La Doce" (The 12th man). Three sides of the Bombonera are made up of traditional stands. However, the fourth side had to be built vertically, with several seating areas stacked one on top of the other, to stay within the stadium's property. La Bombonera is renowned for vibrating when fans start to jump in rhythm. In particular, the unique vertical side will sway slightly, leading to the phrase " La Bombonera doesn't shake: it beats (like a heart)."
  • Afternoon Free for Sightseeing Continue to explore this vibrant and culturally diverse city.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Soccer Match This evening play your second international game vs. an Argentinean side.
Day 5 Learn to Tango!
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Morning Practice Session
  • Milonga Enjoy free time this afternoon, and perhaps learn to tango in a milonga.
  • A milonga is both a place where a tango dance will take place, as well as a specific type of tango dance. Milongas take place either during the day or late at night. "Matinée Milongas" usually start in the early afternoon and go until 8 or 10 PM. They are popular with tourists who may struggle staying up until 5 AM. Inside a Milonga, you will find locals who will be more than willing to show you how to dance.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Enjoy a Free Evening for Social Activities
Day 6 Participate in Community Service
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Community Service This morning, take part in a community service project. Past projects have included cleaning up a local park, helping at a retirement community, and fundraising for a local charity.
  • Enjoy an Afternoon Free for Sightseeing Grab lunch and continue to explore Buenos Aires.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Soccer Match This evening, play your third international friendly game vs. an Argentinean opponent.
Day 7 Continue Exploration
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Morning Practice Session
  • Exploration on Your Own This afternoon, perhaps you could enjoy another typical Argentinean past time, horseback riding. Hop on horseback and enjoy a trail ride through the countryside right outside the city.
  • Or, enjoy tasting the wide variety of wines that the area has to offer. Argentina is renowned for its excellent selection of wine. The most popular being Mendoza which is rated among the world's most popular regions due to its high altitude, volcanic soils, and proximity to the Andes Mountains.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Soccer Match This evening, play your final international game vs. an Argentinean team.
Day 8 Game On!
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Final Day in Buenos Aires Free day for last minute sightseeing and shopping in Buenos Aires. Perhaps visit the La Boca district. La Boca has the Caminito pedestrian street with arts and crafts. There is also a river cruise where you can see a huge picturesque metal structure across the river. La Boca is famous for tango and you can often catch glimpses of tango dancers practicing in the streets.
  • Dinner at Hotel
  • Professional Soccer Game Attend a soccer game this evening (dependent on schedule). Buenos Aires has the highest concentration of football teams of any city in the world (featuring no fewer than 24 professional football teams), with many of its teams playing in the major league.
Day 9 Depart for North America
  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Depart Buenos Aires and Return to North America

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