In the morning your driver and guide will pick you up to go to the Estancia Santa Susana, a ranch located in the Campana district. (1 hour 10 min).
These ranches or 'estancias' have preserved their traditional form, with the impressive homesteads where the owners still live and its adjoining farming facilities used by the local gauchos.
The term 'gaucho' refers to the original horse-riding shepherds of the South American pampas.
Nowadays, there are no gauchos as such but many people in the countryside identify with the national heroes of the high plains and keep the South American cowboys's customs alive and still wear their traditional attire.
During your visit of the 'estancia' you will be treated to a great horse show and be invited on a short horseback ride on the open Argentinean pampa.
Drive back to Buenos Aires (1 hour 10 min).
Visit La Recoleta Cemetery, home of over 6,400 graves, famous for being Eva Perón's resting place.
Drive along the exclusive Alvear Avenue and stop at the Alvear Hotel, one of the most luxurious and distinguished hotel in Argentina.
Spend the evening in San Telmo, the city's oldest neighborhood with its many busy cafes, tango parlors and antique shops lining the cobblestone colonial streets. A 'bohemian' neighborhood much loved by local artists and dancers.
Overninght at your hotel in Buenos Aires.