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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent South America reviews
"This was a terrific apartment for my family on our Ecuadorian adventure. We used the penthouse as our base of operations for Northern Ecuador, doing daytrips and an overnight. There were 6 of us, My Parents (81), My Wife and I, and our two teenagers (18 & 13). The apartment is modern clean and well appointed, as well as conveniently located. There is a nice restaraunt across the street, and taxis are only $3.00. We enjoyed our tour of the Old Town, and our many meals out. The apartment was as advertised. Thanks Sergio!"Guest: Michael V. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014View listing
"I'm a difficult individual to please but our rental in Taiba just a few short weeks ago was Paradise. The house was everything that was promised and the location on the beach was spectacular. Our family of 6 from different parts of the U.S. were not kite surfer or regular surfers but we know a nice beach when we see one, and this was it. Just being able to walk out the back of the house and access the water so easily was a special treat. We took many walks along the beach, swam continuously in the beautiful and warm water, and of course spent many an hour on the hammocks just napping or reading books. The town of Taiba was spectacular with so much charm. The owner said an old fishing village, undiscovered by most, and it was that indeed. No major tourist infrastructure here, but everything else that you could want. The restaurants were plentiful and varied from simple Barracas (huts on the beach), to better restaurants, to a couple of really nice ones (a small French expat population is in Taiba and you know the food is going to be good). Stores sold all of the basic things you might need, and you can buy your own fish in the Village square and cook back at the house. If you are looking for a relaxed vacation on the beach in a small, quaint, and interesting fishing village on the coast of Brazil, this is your spot! An hour and a quarter from Fortaleza by car and a whole different world."Guest: Philip H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 27, 2014View listing
"We entered through an ornate, old door off Defensa Street and walked down a long tiled walkway open to the sky, unlocked the door to find our private courtyard and our gorgeous, modern apartment, with a fresh bouquet of flowers on the glass dining room table. Real class! Our backpacks, left in Martin and Ferran's office had been graciously delivered there as we requested. Tucked away from Sunday's bustling market on Defensa St, we enjoyed peace & quiet. Just down the street on the corner of our block we found Dorrego Square where we experienced public tango dancing until late at night. This location, smack dab in the middle of San Telmo, was the perfect place to venture out & experience this historic part of old Buenos Aires. Wi-Fi worked well, as did the large, flat screen TV. Lots of closet space to hang or lay out the contents of our luggage. Modern kitchen appliances with a good coffee maker and adequate cookware and lots of elegant wine glasses too. There is an extra bathroom off the living room that might have better been remodeled into a laundry room, as there are already two bathrooms upstairs. The managers were very accommodating to our needs. We would recommend this apartment to any family or two couples needing two private bedrooms. It would be unsuitable for a family with small children as the modern suspended stairway is rather open and unprotected."Guest: Nita and Michael Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 31, 2014View listing
"We had a great time at this apartment! It was perfect: the kitchen is full of ammenities and everything works well; the bathroom is big and comfortable, the shower is very good. The bed is very comfortable, we could sleep for hours.. The apartment is quiet, we didn't hear noise. The condition of this apartment is awesome, you can see everything that is in picture. Very clean and wonderful. Also, Sebastian gave us a free cleaning at our staying. The location is perfect: near from El Ateneu, Av. Sta. Fé and Av. Callao. You can have everything in Sta Fé and Callao, like restaurants, bars, pharmacy and supermarkets. We can recommend the restaurant call "La Choclita", there you can have the best "parilla" (meat) ever and it's very cheap. Near, just 2 blocks, you can have a good supermarket call "Disco". The icecream of "Persicco" is very good and very near from this apartment. Just 8 blocks or 10, you can have the best pizza (ohhhh, the best!) called "El cuartito". It's not a rich place and visually chic because it's a excentric argentine place, there you can see argentine residents, but it was one of the best pizzas I've ever tasted! Near you can have good coffee shops too, like Bonafide, Freddo and others places. We can recommend good places to eat too: Sushi Club on recoleta or Puerto Madero, for japonese food; Sottovoce for italian food (perfect, perfect!!!, around 10 blocks from the apartment, you can go walking), and El Mercado (rich and chic place! It's far, in Puerto Madero). Well, everything is well. We can recommend a lot this apartment for everyone! Do not doubt, was one of the best that I've ever stayed. Thanks Sebastian and Alejandra for everything."Guest: Loccbm Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 1, 2014View listing
Argentina Travel Tips
Things to See near Argentina Vacation Rentals in Buenos Aires
A great attraction of Argentina is the vibrant culture. Music, dance and theater have strong traditions which have their origins in the Spanish colonial era. Buenos Aires is home to one of South America’s most impressive opera theaters. If you are able to get a ticket for a performance during your stay, you will not be disappointed. If you visit any one of the many nightclubs, bars or restaurants, it is likely you will be able to see a performance of the famous tango dance. There are many tango clubs in the city and even if you don’t know how to dance, the locals will often show you a move or two. Dining out in Buenos Aires is also an experience. Argentina is famous for its beef exports and if you enjoy meat, you will be able to appreciate the high-quality steaks available. There are many historical sites and museums that provide insight into Argentina’s rich history.
Traveling to Argentina Villas
The main travel hub in Argentina is Buenos Aires. There are three airports in and around the city but the primary international airport is known as Ministro Pistarini Airport. It is located in the suburb of Ezeiza and often referred to by locals as Eizeiza Airport. The airport hosts a wide range of international airlines, including ones from North America, Europe, Africa and other parts of Central and South America. There are regularly scheduled commercial flights that provide daily connections with most major destinations across the Atlantic. The Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport is located in the Palermo district and serves the domestic and regional market. From here, you can get flight connections to other cities in Argentina such as Cordoba or Bariloche. There are also frequent flight connections to cities in Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.
Visitors to Argentina Apartments
Argentina has a rich diversity of attractions. It is the second largest country in South America and has widely varying landscapes. To the northwest are the towering peaks of the Andes. During the winter months, this is a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders. There are many first-class resorts that offer excellent skiing. The tallest mountain in South America lies just inside Argentina’s border with Chile. It is a challenging technical ascent of 6,960 meters. Mountaineers from all over the world come to take on the challenge of climbing one of the seven summits. The central and southern parts of Argentina are mostly rural with large cattle ranches making use of the wide pampas. A major attraction for many visitors is the eastern coastline and the vibrant city of Buenos Aires. The home of the tango, the city has a vibrant nightlife which attracts visitors from all over the world. Whether you are a Latin dancing expert or a complete novice with two left feet, you will soon find yourself caught up in the pulsating Latin beats of Buenos Aires.
Best Time of Year to Travel to Buenos Aires Vacation Rentals
Buenos Aires has a humid sub-tropical climate which makes it a popular year-round destination. Rainfall occurs throughout the year and hailstorms occur on occasion in the summer months. During the wintertime, the temperatures have been known to drop below freezing, although snow rarely falls in the city. The most popular time of year to visit is during the warmer summer month from October through May. The peak travel season is December to February. Many people from Europe and North America enjoy being able to escape from freezing winter climates to see the sights and sounds of Argentina.