Perfect Argentina is a sevice company for foreigners. We call our offer Concierge Service, as we pay the same close attention to details a high class hotel Concierge does. Our customized services deal with all the visitor needs from the moment they get off the plane in our country to their return to theirs. We provide 4 kinds of services: Your Pleasure Trip, Your Health & Beauty Trip, Your Relocation, Your Business Trip Business or pleasure, our goal is to help you make the most of your visit..

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  • I’ve recently travelled to Argentina (early 2015) and was incredibly well looked after by Paola, the Director. She and her company delivered an exceptional service – something that was also remarked upon by the organisation that invited me out there. Very friendly, and also I saw that no problem was either too large or too small. Highly recommended!

    Bruce Lankford – University of East Anglia

    Norwich - United Kingdom

  • I have been in the tourism business for 45 years and seldom have I found the excellence and care in the services rendered. The staff of Perfect Argentina went way beyond the call of duty to assist in even the smallest details, making me feel at home and completely backed up for the trip. Thank you very much. I will be back.

    Bary Roberts – DDD Servicios Estrategicos

    San Jose de Costa Rica

  • This was my 7th time in Argentina, my 4th intercontinental trip of 2015, expected to be just one more of the many hundreds of my long professional live. But it was not. PerfectArgentina, together with the congress organizers who kindly invited me, made it very special and unforgettable for all the best reasons. Every little detail was perfectly cared of, individually and as a group, in a very warm environment. A once-in-a-lifetime experience. I do not hesitate in recommending Paola and her team of PerfectArgentina to anyone who aims at a perfect trip to Argentina. Thank you very much and congratulations, Paola!

    Ma. Helena Alegre – International Water Association


  • Nous avons eu l’occasion de voyager deux fois grâce à l’organisation de PerfectArgentina. Aussi bien en Argentine qu’en Uruguay, au Chili, au Pérou, en Equateur et aux Iles Galapagos, nous avons été enchantés de la parfaite organisation de nos voyages, du professionnalisme des guides, de leur gentillesse et de leur culture. Grâce à la préparation minutieuse de PerfectArgentina, nous avons pu voir un maximum de choses en un minimum de temps. PerfectArgentina n’ a jamais manqué de rester en contact avec nous pour savoir si tout allait bien. Nous sommes très contents du travail de cette entreprise, nous y avons envoyé des amis et nous ferons à nouveau appel à PerfectArgentina si nous retournons en Amérique du Sud.

    Monique et Nicolas Gusdorf.

    Paris, France

  • Paola de Luca a organisé un voyage sur mesure de découverte de l’Argentine avec un grand professionnalisme. Tout a été parfait: l’organisation du circuit du sud au nord, le choix des hôtels, les visites, les guides. Paola est toujours très disponible, elle nous a fait visiter elle même Buenos Aires Tucuman et Salta avec des commentaires très documentés et intéressants. Je recommande vivement ses prestations. Michel Tauzin

    Ancien directeur at Thales

    Paris, France

  • Mi agencia de publicidad tiene sede en México DF, desde hace casi dos años, cada vez que recibo a mis socios Mexicanos aquí en Buenos Aires contrato los servicios de PerfectArgentina, ellos se encargan de “todo” el viaje y estadia y cumplen sus caprichos. El servicio que nos brindaron es realmente “concierge” ya que resuelven todo lo que se les pida. Altamente recomendable para garantizar un buen servicio hacia clientes, socios y amigos Andres Zarate

    MVZ + Paradigma. Marketing & Advertising

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • I had to go to Buenos Aires for work and I hired them. They have a very good service, they provide excellent ways to customize a trip so you do not see the usual Buenos Aires. Also a huge time saver when it comes to selecting restaurants, transportation companies, bar/clubs. Very nice and easy addition to a trip to Argentina.

    Maria Jose Terris

    SAP Finance, VAT and Treasury

    Brighton, United Kingdom

  • Este año a través de PerfectArgentina y sus servicios organice un viaje personalizado para una pareja de amigos que venían de Francia a recorrer Argentina, Chile y Uruguay. Paola nos organizo personalmente un recorrido que incluyo salidas hoteles traslados en Buenos Aires, después recorrida por Colonia, Montevideo y Punta del Este incluyendo salidas guiadas, traslados, acompañamiento personalizado. Por ultimo Chile que incluyo Santiago de Chile, Valparaíso, Isla Negra y Desierto en Copiapo.

    Marcela Lauko

    Medica de Planta Carlos Durand Hospital

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • La experiencia en Buenos Aires con PerfectArgentina y la atención personalizada de su propietaria Paola De Luca fue sencillamente increíble. Entre una combinación de cultura y diversión, nuestro tiempo familiar fue aprovechado al máximo en esencia de calidad, confianza, detalles y mucha seguridad. Recomendamos altamente los servicios los cuales son de calidad y clase A1.

    Sinceramente, Familia Ferreira De Souza Burillo.

    Familia Ferreira De Souza Burillo


  • Tuve que viajar a Buenos Aires por trabajo junto a 4 compañeras. Perfect nos organizo distintas salidas para conocer la ciudad y a parte pudimos hacer distintos tratamientos de belleza, y tambien salimos de compras. Todo muy bien organizado. Ah!!! Incluso una de mis compañeras tambien se hizo un tratamiento odontologico. Muy completo.
    Vanina Kleiman

    Cost Control Leader at Tecnicas Reunidas

    Madrid, España


  • Buenos Aires, the Best Restaurants Are a Bargain

    Article by Wall Street Journal by Nicholas Gill  BUENOS AIRES has long been known as a place where you could get a killer rib-eye steak and a good bottle of Malbec without taxing your travel budget (almost no matter what that budget was). There were downsides—chief among them being that […]


  • The Ghost House in La Boca

    In the neighborhood of La Boca, in the City of Buenos Aires, in the triangle formed by streets Almirante  Brown, Benito Pérez Galdós and Wenceslao Villafañe, a peculiar building rises, called by its neighbors “The Ghost House”. The Building was designed in 1908 by Frenchman Gustavo Lignac and caused great […]


  • Read & Eat

    There are publishers, libraries and cultural centers that open their doors so that we can read a good book and accompany with a good coffee, and other times, with a varied gastronomic offer. We recommend some:


  • Shopping Week End in Buenos Aires

    The proposal: two shopping afternoons, around different areas of Buenos Aires outlets: Aguirre Street, Cordoba Avenue, Soleil Premium Outlet, Olivos Central Station.
    Walk, buy and save, all in one tour !! You can add days and other shopping zones.


  • Romantic Week End in Buenos Aires

    The proposal: a weekend you can enjoy with your love. You can discover the most romantic love stories of Buenos Aires, with our exclusive guided tour. In the evening enjoy an incredible dinner at the modern Hotel Faena. You can add days and other activities (spa, theater, etc.)


  • Cultural Week End in Buenos Aires

    The proposal: a whole weekend visiting the Historic Quarter of Buenos Aires. Including transfers, lodging in a Boutique Hotel and a Tourist Guide in the afternoon of Saturday and Sunday


  • Talampaya Provincia de La Rioja Argentina


    Talampaya National Park is a natural reserve located in the center-west of the province of La Rioja, in one of the seven UNESCO “World Heritage” sites in Argentina. The huge number of fossils that have been found there made the park an important paleontological site. Among the fossils found is […]


  • Chalet in Height

      Once you have seen it you can’t avoid pondering who came up with such a weird idea. The French style building on top of which this house is built belonged to the furniture company Muebles Díaz. In the summer of 1926, Mr. Díaz saw a villa in Mar del […]


  • Pasaje Lanin Barracas Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina

    Lanin Passage

    Have you been to this picturesque passage in Buenos Aires? Lanín Street is located in the neighborhood of Barracas, in the south of Buenos Aires. Short and winding, it presents the particularity of being a permanent exhibition of urban art based on an idea by artist Marino Santa María. The […]


  • Apachetas - Santuarios (Sanctuary) - Argentina


    These heaps of stones are found in different parts of Argentina and Latin America. It is a very old custom of our indigenous peoples, which remains to this day. Currently the Andean peasants erect them to honor the Pacha Mama (Mother Earth) at certain points along the way through the […]


  • Caminito La Boca Ciudad de Buenos Aires

    History of Caminito

    Caminito (located in the neighborhood of La Boca in Buenos Aires) was at first a deviation of General Roca Railroad. The railway branch ceased operations in 1954. Almost immediately, a group of neighbors suggested that the City acquired those lands which by that time had become a wasteland. The City […]


  • Colon Theater

    The Teatro Colón, in the City of Buenos Aires, is considered one of the best theaters in the world. Acknowledged for its acoustics and the artistic value of its construction, it turned 100 years in 2008. The theater is now located in the heart of downtown Buenos Aires, among the […]


  • Spas in Buenos Aires

    From chocolate treatments to thermal water circuits intended to help you relax and prepare your skin for the low temperatures. EVERYTHING CHOCOLATE Hilton Buenos Aires The chocolate spa circuit consists of a hydromassage session with chocolate essential oils and an oxygenotherapy session followed by a facial treatment with the application […]


  • Museo Evita Peron Palermo Buenos Aires Argentina

    Evita´s Museum

    The Museo Evita opened on July 26, 2002, the 50th anniversary of her death, in a mansion where her charity, the Eva Perón Foundation, once housed single mothers with children. While the museum treats her history fairly, looking at both the good and the bad, it is quickly obvious to […]


  • Nightlife and food of Argentina, the best of South America

    Article published by top selling Argentine newspaper Clarín Argentina is perceived as the country with the best food and the best nightlife in the region, according to a survey carried out by an international consulting firm. Argentina got the first place in the gastronomy and nightlife assessment, in the view […]


  • Piramide de Mayo. Plaza de Mayo Ciudad de BUenos Aires

    The May Pyramyd – First fixed monument of Buenos Aires

      The May Pyramid was installed in 1811, in front of the Cabildo, in commemoration of the first anniversary of the May Revolution. Until that moment the images were moved from one place to another, as in the processions. The May Pyramid became the first fixed Monument of Buenos Aires. […]


  • Estadio boca Juniors

    Why the Boca Stadium is called La Bombonera?

    A joint project by Slovenian architect Victor Sulcic and engineer José Luis Delpini, the stadium represented a serious challenge for the authors, due to the narrowness of the land, located in an area that was already fully consolidated by 1910. To achieve the necessary seating capacity upward building was agreed, […]


  • 4 Argentine Estancias

    In a fertil Valley in Salta Province, we find this historical property, ‘Pampa Grande’. With 30.000 hectareas is a fine example of agricultural and cattle- breeding exploitations on a mountainous terrain. Its imposing main house has been turned into a hotel with eleven rooms and exquisite services. This state in […]


  • Some of the favourite restaurants for foreigners

    Fierro, offers a new argentine cuisine that combines local textures, tastes and temperatures with a highly creative flair La Brigada, brings you the traditional parrilla experience that you probably imagined getting before you came to Buenos Aires: excellent meat. Osaka, absolute pioneers in Japanese-Peruvian fusion, continues to surprise with innovative […]


  • The Wine Route in Argentina

    In Argentina there are nearly 26,000 vineyards, covering an area of over 200,000 hectares of its territory from north to south. An ideal guide to tour the most remarkable wine producing locations is Route 40, which links the best vineyards in its snaking way along the country: Cafayate, Salta, produces […]


  • Luxury Cruises from Ushuaia to Chile – 4 Days

    Exploring the Ushuaia route allows you to enjoy the stunning, natural beauty of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Comfortable ships combined with expert crews and guides will provide you with the best Patagonia tours to make sure your four-day trip is extaordinary. This trip is highlighted by spending a day […]


  • The Star Pharmacy

    Opposite the historic Basilica of San Francisco, and on one of the most beautiful corners of Monserrat (201 Defensa Street), lies ancient La Estrella pharmacy, famous for being the first pharmacy in Buenos Aires. The history of La Estrella star is truly endearing. It seems incredible that in 1830, twenty […]


  • Tailor Made Tango Tours

    Tailor Made Tango Tours: combine and enjoy our exclusive tango “tailored”   o Tango Lessons (in private or in group) o Milonga Nights: Dance with the local and learn about all the different styles o Tango Shows Off o History of Tango: Learn about its history visiting different places of […]


  • The Faculty of Engineering and its peculiar resemblance to a Gothic Church

    How many people may have thought that the building located at the corner of Las Heras with Azcuénaga street in Buenos Aires is a church? Actually, many of those who know that it houses the School of Engineering, imagine extravagant stories, for example, that the building was not finished because […]


  • Parque Nacional Ischigualasto Valle de La Luna Provincia de San Juan Argentina

    The Ischigualasto Provincial Park or Moon Valley

    The Ischigualasto Provincial Park or Moon Valley, located in the far north of the Province of San Juan, is a celebrated scientific area, as it treasures a magnificent paleontological reserve. It is one of the few places in the world where we can look into the whole of the Triassic […]


  • Zanjon de Granados Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina

    Underground Buenos Aires – The Granados’s Ditch – A fascinating story

    At759 Defensa Street(in the neighbourhood of San Telmo, in the City ofBuenos Aires) we find an 1830 house that cherishes a peculiar history. In1985 aneighbour of San Telmo, Mr. Jorge Eckstein, decided to purchase the house to start a restaurant. As he was cleaning it he noticed that the floor […]


  • Barolo Palace and Salvo Palace

    The Barolo Palace on Avenida de Mayo, one of the most attractive buildings in the city of Buenos Aires, was finished by architect Mario Palanti in 1923. A remarkable fact is that in Montevideo, Uruguay, is his twin brother, the Salvo Palace (Plaza Independencia with 18u de julio Avenue), also […]


  • Caminito La Boca Ciudad de Buenos Aires

    Walking Arround La Boca Neighborhood

    A journey through the history of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. We will visit the The Museum of fine Art of La Boca getting to know every detail of Quinquela Martin life


  • Casita enigmatica en Costanera Norte de Buenos Aires Argentina

    An enigmatic house in the Coast River of Buenos Aires

    Have you ever wondered what that little house that can be seen in the waters of the river from the North Boardwalk of Buenos Aires is? What’s its purpose? Why is it there? The idea of building this house emerged after the epidemics of cholera and yellow fever 140 years […]


  • Te proponemos 5 Pizzerías de Buenos Aires

    Te proponemos 5 Pizzerías de Buenos Aires: Güerrin, Grappa, La Guitarrita, Pizza Piola, Angelin… Cuál es tu preferida? Los amantes de la pizza pueden encontrar en la ciudad de Buenos Aires los mejores locales para darse el gusto de este clásico argentino, con tantas variedades como fanáticos. Cada pizzería cuenta […]


  • The Rivarola Passage

    Rodolfo Rivarola Passage is a very peculiar street built in the neighborhood of San Nicolás in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has been called the mirrored street, as it is probably the only one in Buenos Aires absolutely symmetrical as regards its constructions on both paths. The passage […]


  • 9 de Julio Avenue is the widest avenue in the world?

    The average citizen of the city of Buenos Aires believes that 9 de Julio Avenue is the widest avenue in the world but, is it really so? The recognized Guinness Book of World Records supported the proclamation of 9 de Julio Avenue as the longest (widest) in the world but, […]


  • Some Carnaval Options in Argentina

    Carnival has always been associated with joy, colorful and massive participation. In that sense, the possibilities offered by our country are varied and dissimilar, according to its multi-geography and cultural diversity of its people. Corrientes Carnival in Corrientes Corrientes City, “National Capital of Carnival”, performs similar to  Brazilian festival, with […]


  • Obelisco en la AVENIDA 9 de Julio Argentina Obelisk

    What do we find at the top of the Obelisk?

    What is there at the top of the Obelisk? On the outside we can just see a lightning conductor, but what we can find inside is far more interesting: a built-in iron box, inside which according to legend, there is a photo of the chief engineer of the construction of […]


  • Some All Inclusive in Argentina

    Here go some very interesting and complete all inclusive offers for your 2016 holidays! We have something for every taste: for couples, for families, for those who love adventure and nature and for those willing to experience good wines and food. We have many more suggestions, but we intended to draw a list that revealed the diversity of our offers!


  • Happy New Year

    May you never lack of a project to accomplish, something to learn, someone to love and of course an unforgettable trip to enjoy! Happy New Year!


  • The Iberá Wetlands – Travel tips

    Suggested accommodation, activities, travel seasons, lengths of stay, directions and even some tips to travel to the IBERÁ WETLANDS!


  • Walking Tour Arround May Square

    How many times did you pass through Plaza de Mayo? Do You know the place well? Sure….? If you have any doubt, do not hesitate to sign up in the Guide Visit. On  November 28th, 2pm, we will meet at the May Pyramid. Please reserve a place! We will travel […]


  • 5 stops during the Night of the Museums

    There’s a time in the year when all the Museums in the City are open and that date is fast approaching. 31st October, 8PM to 3AM. Below, our top 5 must see!


  • Iruya Pueblo perdido en las MOntañas Jujuy Argentina

    Iruya, a small town lost in time and mountains

    Iruya is a village in the province of Salta, Argentina. It is located 2,780 meters above sea level. Once in Iruya, the first impression is that of a village “clinging to the mountain”, or rather, of an island, as it is surrounded by rivers Milmahuasi and Colanzulí. Here, the people […]


  • Dunas de Taton - Taton Dunes Catamarca Argentina

    An unknown place of Argentina, Taton Dunes

    Dunes abound in the outskirts of Fiambala (Catamarca, Argentine Province). It is enough to drive north 10 km along Provincial Route 34 to find Sajuil, where every traveller can do SandBoard. But the Taton Dunes are in the major leagues: kilometers and kilometers of dunes go up and down the […]


  • Walking Tour Arround Recoleta

    This September 19th a new walking tour arround Recoleta! A journey through the history of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The history of the Franciscans , their expulsion and the subsequent modifications made by Alvear , the first Mayor . The Church of Pilar with its […]


  • The oldest bookstore in town

    Libreria Avila – The oldest bookstore in Buenos Aires. Opposite Saint Ignatius Church, it is the only shop in the city that since 1785 remains on the same place and offering the same services. Although its building has been modified, its passion for books has remained unaltered. Located at the […]


  • Ski – Cerro Castor – Ushuaia – The southernmost skiing center in the world

    Cerro Castor is the southernmost skiing center in the world. This position allows skiing from June to late September. The base is located almost at sea level and its summit, at 1,057 meters high, allows a better performance and skier oxygenation. The hill hosts only lodge. The rest of the […]


  • Ski – Cerro Catedral – Bariloche – The greatest ski center in South America

    Mount Catedral is very close to the city of Bariloche. It’s the greatest ski center in South America. Accommodation can be found both on the Base of the Mount and in Bariloche. The Center has one of the most complete bases in South America Daily flights from Buenos Aires to […]


  • Ski – Las Leñas – Mendoza

      The nearest town to Las Leñas is Malargüe, which is 75 km. away, so all the catering and lodging in Las Leñas is located at the base of the Mountain. This distance from other tourist centers makes of this Ski Resort an uninviting option for those who aren’t passionate […]


  • Ski – Chapelco – San Martin de Los Andes

    Sky in chapelco. San Martin de los Andes. 22 trails, 11 lift lines, 140 hectares of skiable area, 9 hectares of artificial snow induced by mobile canons, Snowpark and much more!


  • Some Taverns of Buenos Aires

    Taverns of Buenos Aires: are scenic spots with rich, abundant and affordable food. El Obrero in the neighborhood of La Boca – Cafe Garcia in Villa Devoto – The Preferred of Palermo in Palermo Viejo – 2901 in Nunez, El Imparcial the oldest restaurant of Buenos Aires.


  • Floralis Generica, a must flower in BsAs

    The enormous metal flower blooms new each day in a pool of water next to the National Museum of Fine Arts, revealing four long stamens inside. Its six 13-meter-long petals open, which takes about 20 minutes, in the morning and slowly close again at sunset, mimicking the actions of a real flower.


  • MAAM – High Mountain Archaeological Museum-Salta

    We could say that is one of the main stops of Salta City. The MAMM, The High Mountain Archaeological Museum, keeps incredibles mummies in its interior: The three mummies of Llullaillaco


  • Cataratas del Iguazu en Concierto - Iguazu Falls in concert

    One of the 7 Natural Wonders of The World, in Concert

    Every year, during June we´ve got a celebration in IGUAZU! Iguazú in Concert is an international festival featuring children and youth orchestras and choirs. Five hundred children and youths from the five continents play music together in one of most amazing natural scenarios of the world: the Iguazú Falls During […]


  • Nice places where you can have breakfast

    It is important to start our breakfast with dairies, like cheese and yogurt and to include cereals, like oatmeal or corn flakes, bread (preferably wholemeal) and fruit. If we combine these three food groups we’ll have a complete and energetic breakfast. Here, five good places where you can enjoy delicious […]


  • IV International Water World Congress

    (Español) Agradecemos a MVZ ARG. y a los Speakers Internacionales Alfredo Zolezzi, Ruth Mathews, Bruce Lankford, Bary Roberts, Maria Helena Alegre y Walid Ahmed Abdu Ali, quienes participaron en el IV Congreso Internacional del Agua, por los mensajes de reconocimiento y por haber confiado en PerfectArgentina para organizar su viaje y asistirlos en su estadia en Buenos Aires.


  • Kayak among Icebergs

    If you have already strolled the footbridges of Perito Moreno Glacier, done the mini trekking and sailed the Argentino Lake, then maybe you should try a new, thrilling way to enjoy the Glaciers: kayaking amid the icebergs of Glacier Upsala. The full day Upsala Kayak Experience is suitable for over […]


  • Why are all the streets of Puerto Madero named after women?

    One of the most obvious and distinctive features of the neighbourhood of Puerto Madero, in the City of Buenos Aires, is its urban nomenclature. All its streets are named after women who left their footprint in the history and culture of both our country and Latin America. It is not […]


  • Buenos Aires out of the beaten track

    What would you advise a foreigner who is coming to Argentina in his first time? Here some facts to know a city not from the point of view of tourism. Buenos Aires out of the track


  • This is the fourth year that we have been visited by Monique and Nicolas

    We accompany Monique and Nicolas through Buenos Aires and its itinerary along Argentina and Chile in the steps of the Dakar Rally. We share some pictures of the Start Podium from the Casa Rosada (House of Government)


  • Meet the Barolo Palace inside!

    Surely, many times, you admired this magnificent building but not entered. We bring you some pictures of this  unique and spectacular building! If you are interested in knowing this and other buildings of the Architect Palanti, comunicate with us: info@perfectargentina.com


  • Happy New Year!!!

      Feliz Año Nuevo!!! Happy New Year!!!


  • One of the oldest houses in Buenos Aires: Elorriaga Heights

    Built between 1812 and 1820, Elorriaga Heights is the oldest two-storied dwelling house still standing in Buenos Aires. The name “Elorriaga Heights” refers precisely to the fact that the house has two storeys and was owned, at the time of being built, by Juan Bautista Elorriaga. The house is located […]


  • Captive art exhibitions in Buenos Aires

    Diferentes e imperdibles muestras de arte se estan presentando en Buenos Aires en estos momentos. Geniales artitas contemporaneos argentinos que no podemos dejar de admirar: Luis Felipe Noé, Antonio Berni y Leon Ferrari, se presentaran en Fundacion Fortabat, MALBA y MAMBA, respectivamente. NOÉ. Siglo XXI. Fundacion Fortabat Del 22 de […]


  • We will Participate in Open House Buenos Aires 2014

    48h Open House Buenos Aires, is a festival of architecture and urbanism. A weekend when  numerous buildings  of architectural heritage  and cultural value, that are usually closed to the public, are open. An invitation to rediscover not only our city and its architecture, but also its people, stories and anecdotes. […]


  • History in the 70s

    A tour of one of the most violent histories of Argentina. A review of the history of Peron, the military dictatorships and the culmination of an era with the Malvina’s War. We make a review of the different social movements and political thoughts that lead us to the understanding of […]


  • Buenos Aires, one of the world’s best cities for dating

    By Lindsey Galloway for the BBC Love knows no borders – and no one knows that better than those who have found romance in another country. If you’re looking for a relationship, whether in your home country or abroad, you can up your odds in places known for their vibrant […]


  • 120th anniversary of May Avenue! Visit it whith us

    The avenue is often compared with La Gran Vía in Madrid, although the Spanish avenue was built later (1910).  It is also compared to those in Paris or Barcelona due to its sophisticated buildings of art nouveau, neoclassic and eclectic styles. It is one of the most historic avenues of […]


  • New Service! Boat Club

      This new service represents the best alternative for those foreigners who intend to settle in our country and enjoy sailing. Our one year membership includes: top level yachts, professional boat maintenance and management, unrestricted use of the boats, optional shared membership, insurance, technical assistance, practical induction. Members will be […]


  • It is convenient to study in Argentina?

    PerfectArgentina offers different services for all those students that are coming every year to our Country. We can get in charge of a safe and fast adaptation through our CulturalTraining-Relocation service, which allows you to know Buenos Aires as a natural born citizen and settle down in a new home. […]


  • Argentine Costum: Top Five Alfajores

    In its simple form argentina favourite delight is dulce de leche sandwiched between two biscuits, but these days, alfajores can be found in almost every possible combination of dulce de leche, chocolates, biscuits and more. See below which ones you have to try:: Cachafaz: Easily the most luxurious alfajor to […]


  • Gardens Hotels in Buenos Aires

    The Best Hotel Gardens in Buenos Aires, most of them are located in Palermo, favorite neighborhood of boutique designers, art galleries and renowned restaurants. 1555 Malabia House. Three mini gardens add up to one charming oasis Home Hotel: A verdant patch and a heated pool make for much more an […]


  • We Participate at WTM 2014

    World Travel Market Latin America, the leading global event for the Latin American travel industry – is the three day must-attend business-to-business (B2B) event which brings the world to Latin America and promotes Latin America to the world. Staged annually in the economic powerhouse of São Paulo, World Travel Market […]


  • Health Tourism: Odontology + Buenos Aires

    Choose the Odontology Treatment you want and we organize your trip, so you can fully enjoy your stay We Include: 4 Days in Boutique Hotel Transfers Personalized Guide around Buenos Aires Best Shopping This are the Odontology Treatments you can do: Whitening: Strictly speaking, the technique does not consist of […]


  • We accompany Ryan Hreljac in his stay in Buenos Aires

    On the occasion of the III International Water Congress, We accompany Ryan Hreljac in his stay in Buenos Aires Ryan Story My story is really very simple. One day in January 1998, I was sitting in my Grade One classroom.  My teacher, Mrs. Prest, explained that people were sick and […]


  • The list of the winners in the Argentine Wine Awards 2014

    Once again the Argentina Wine Awards came to Mendoza, with a jury of leading wine journalists from the international market and some of the most talented local winemakers. Main references and world opinion formers were on the jury, supported by talented Argentine winemakers as national judges.  This time 150 wineries […]


  • We were in Dakar 2014 Race Start – City of Rosario

    As part of our work we support our Clients; Monique and Nicholas Gusdorf at the Start of the Dakar 2014. Every year since 2011, we participat in the assembly of different routes to our visitors to Dakar.    


  • Happy New Year!



  • August Festivals – Tango World Cup

    From 14 to 28 August 2013 The great annual challenge: the best dancers contest in Buenos Aires for the world title in the categories of Salon Tango and Stage Tango. Hundreds of couples, from Argentina and abroad, will be judged by a panel of remarkable artists. The two exciting finals […]


  • August Festivals – Pachamama in Salta

    In August take place the 18th National Party of Andean Pachamama in Salta, Argentine Province. Is a tribute of thanks, native peoples do to “Mother Earth”. Take advantage and visit: Train to the Clouds, an international tourist icon: The most amazing mountain railway in the world.  Cachi a town maintained […]


  • Poncho Festival in Catamarca Province. Argentina

    Poncho Festival 2013. It becomes the main window of the local and national crafts. If you decide to come to this great Festival, take your time to visit some of the most beautiful places in Catamarca: o Taton Dunes o Pomes and Stone Field o Ancasti o Green Lagoon.