Cultural Buenos Aires 4D/3N

Modern and trendy hostels offering an array of top-notch services and activities in exciting Buenos Aires and Cusco.

With en-suite and dorm rooms available, self-catering, laundry facilities and free Wi-Fi, our hostels offer top services and great value for money accommodation.

Tour Highlights

  • Learn to speak the second most popular language in the world
  • Experience the colourful artists’ street of Caminito
  • Discover the essence and charm of the Tango in a private lesson
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Tour Information


  • - 7 night hostel accommodation with breakfast
  • - Arrival transfer
  • - 10 hours Spanish lessons (2 hours a day)
  • - 3 nightclub tickets to premier BA nightclubs
  • - Bike Tour
  • - Walking Tour to La Boca
  • - Tango night w/ 3-course dinner and wine included
  • - Argentinian Asado (barbecue) on a rooftop terrace
  • - Ticket with transfer to the best football game in the week

Dates - Independent Adventure:

Daily Departure


La Boca Walking Tour

150 years ago, immigrants from all over the world poured into Buenos Aires.

Most of them were Italian from the city of Genova who settled in La Boca, giving birth to one of the most striving low class neighbourhoods. Apart from this, in 1902, a group of these neighbours decided to found a club which they would call Boca Juniors.

At Milhouse, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we try to re-live this history walking through the narrow and colourful streets of La Boca, a place that, no matter what, you cannot miss.

Our guide will tell you amazing stories about this outstanding neighbourhood.

Meeting point: Milhouse Avenue’s reception (Avenida de Mayo 1245).

  • – Leaving the Hostel @ 11:00am and coming back at approx. 16:30.
  • – Please be on time.
  • – Entrance Fee to Boca Juniors Museum and Stadium included in the price.
  • – Lunch not included

Recoleta Walking Tour

Come with us to this traditional an impressive area of Buenos Aires and let us tell you about the history of these gorgeous buildings, parks, art galleries, and the famous cemetery where Evita Perón is buried.

Recoleta was built as a part of Paris in South America and the European touch can be seen and felt in every corner.

We leave the Hostel at 11:00am every Tuesday and we get back at approx. 16:30.

Important information:

  • – The tour leaves from Milhouse Avenue (Avenida de Mayo 1245) at 11am.
  • – Please be on time.
  • – Lunch is not included in the price.

San Telmo Walking Tour

Walk with us the oldest and narrowest streets in Buenos Aires.

Typical charming cafes, tango parlours, the walk of the tale and antique shops line the cobblestone streets, which are often lit with the old lamp posts. The tour takes place every Thursday.

We leave the hostel at 11am and come back around 4.30 pm.

Meeting point: Milhouse Avenue’s reception (Avenida de Mayo 1245).

  • – The tour leaves at 11am.
  • – Please be on time!
  • – Lunch is optional and not included in the price.

Tango Night

Tango is undeniably Buenos Aires and Argentina’s most recognized contribution to music and dance. That’s why we invite you to discover its essence and charm in amazing Shows.

Our favourite includes transfer in/out, a Tango lesson, a 3-course dinner (vegetarian option available) and free wine and beer during the dinner and show!

Pick Up from the Milhouse Avenue (Avenida de Mayo 1245) at 6.45pm. You need to be at the hostel at least 10 minutes before the pick up. At the venue we start with a Tango Lesson, then we sit down for a 3-course Dinner with free drinks and wine included.

Finally, we enjoy the beautiful show, which tells the story of Buenos Aires through the dance, from old fashioned to modern tango, with live dancers, singers and musicians!

We get back to Milhouse Avenue at approx. at 11:30 PM

Graffiti Tour - North City Tour

We take you off the beaten path to visit hidden graffiti hotspots and open air galleries.

Stopping by an artists’ studio and the city’s only street art bar and gallery, the tours also give you the chance to meet the artists themselves and buy affordable artwork.

Our tours have been developed in close collaboration with the city’s leading artists, enabling us to share their personal stories and motivations, together with the most spectacular art the city has to offer.

Meeting place is the street art district, in the corner of Conde St. and Jorge Newbery St. (Palermo). You will have to make your own way there by bus or subway.

Transfer is not included.