We start in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital and Latin America’s most European city. After getting settled, discover the city’s intriguing array of architectural styles on a private tour that begins in historic Plaza de Mayo (home of the colonial-style Cabildo, the Greek Revival Metropolitan Cathedral, and the grand Casa Rosada) before visiting modern Puerto Madero, the majestic Teatro Colón, and Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of Buenos Aires’ elite. Later, surrender to the stirring rhythm of Argentina’s national dance during a thrilling tango performance over dinner at Rojo Tango. From the capital, the scene shifts south to Iguazú Falls, one of the most breathtaking sights you’ll ever lay eyes on. Explore some of the 275 distinct waterfalls – including the dramatic Devil’s Throat chasm – that comprise this natural wonder from the Argentinian side by boat and on a private tour, then take in the view from the Brazilian side on a privately guided walk before flying east to your next stop: Rio de Janeiro. Brazil’s cultural capital has earned its cidade maravilhosa (“marvelous city”) nickname, as you’ll discover on a private tour through its colonial avenues, busy squares, and bustling backstreets, with stops at sites important to its history like historic Portuguese monasteries, the French-influenced Theatro Municipal, the neoclassical Igreja de Nossa Senora da Candelária church, and more. Later, witness the city’s impressive sights – including Praia Vermelha, Copacabana, Arpoador’s white sand, and more – from the sky on a private helicopter tour atop Sugar Loaf Mountain, then step out for a taste of the world-class nightlife at Rio Scenarium, one of the world’s most glamorous bars. Finally, recover from the night before by relaxing on the golden shores of Copacabana and Ipanema before checking out late and heading home.
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