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Calle Lavalle 387 Frente a la Plaza Principal, San Antonio de Areco B2760BME Argentina
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Private Day Tour to an Argentinian Estancia
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Private Day Tour to an Argentinian Estancia

One of Argentina's most impressive industries has been agriculture and cattle raising. In this 9-hour tour you will get to know the history and the insights of these two combined. Visit an Estancia, South American equivalent of a ranch/farm, and take in the culture of the Pampas. Taste the authentic gaucho barbeque (with Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options), presence a folklore show and ride a majestic pampean horse. With pick up and drop off at your hotel or lodging place, this will be an unique option to enjoy the Pampas landscapes.
US$285.00 per adult
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vakamalua wrote a review Feb. 2020
reston, va558 contributions257 helpful votes
We visited here as part of a San Antonio de Areco tour with Camino Pampa. Enjoyed seeing the beautiful things crafted in silver including royal trophies, stirrups, jewelry, etc. There was also leather goods. Being a Sunday morning, we really didn't see any craftsmen at work. worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Anna Ferro wrote a review Feb. 2020
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Exquisite Craftsmanship. Each piece is handcrafted, unique one-of-a-kind. My husband and I were impressed and honored to have meet Mariano Draghi. We have one of his Masterpieces.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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GPaCalgary wrote a review Jan. 2020
Calgary, Canada1,557 contributions305 helpful votes
There is lots to see that is of interest to those who would like to learn more about the history, especially of the craft artists from the region. We spent about 30 minutes here milling about and checking out the leather and jewelry on display as well as the woodwork.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Malfont wrote a review Nov. 2019
New York City235 contributions40 helpful votes
This is a small museum in the main square of San Antonio de Areco, which is a few hours away from Buenos Aires. It's the old house of the original silversmith. And is now run and managed by the son and his family. The silver jewelry and other pieces are beautiful. I wished we had more time to linger around to see. I could have bought something for myself.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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mbc421 wrote a review Jul. 2019
Toronto, Canada1,044 contributions781 helpful votes
Museo Draghi is a small museum off the main square in San Antonio de Areco highlighting one family’s history of silversmithing. The work is exquisite. They still make and sell silver right on site. For a price (and not a small one), you can buy anything from cuff links to larger jewelry, pots, belt buckles, etc. Interestingly, they do a good bit of commissioned pieces. If you have the money, like their work, and can get on their list, you could have them design something especially for you prior to your visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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