HAVE YOU EVER PICTURED YOURSELF ENJOYING HOMEMADE ALFAJORES, PREPARING YOUR OWN MATE DRINK, AND COOKING YOUR OWN EMPANADAS?
What is The Argentine Experience?
The Argentine Experience is a new way to get to know Argentine culture by being part of it. Learn how to cook some of the most traditional Argentine dishes, and let yourself enjoy not just a cooking class, but a sensory experience.
Why choose The Argentine Experience?
Because you will have a lot of fun making your own empanadas, alfajores, and mate drinks.
You will have the opportunity to taste of wines from different varietals.
You will be surrounded by an atmosphere of discovery and disclosed secrets.
You will get to know the local culture and be part of a multicultural experience with people from all around the world.
You will enjoy a delicious dinner accompanied by Mendoza wines.
Is transportation included?
Yes. Our buses will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel.
What time are they going to pick me up?
The Argentine Experience: between 18:45 and 19:15.
Please, wait for the bus at your hotel lobby, at the above-mentioned time.
What does dinner consist of?
Dinner at The Argentine Experience is a 9-course meal.
Are drinks included?
Yes. Drinks are unlimited and shared with all the people at the table.
Are tables shared?
Yes. Since the core of this experience is sharing with others, there are no individual tables.
I have children with me, can I bring them?
You need to be at least 12 years old to be part of this experience.
Reservations with children under the age of 12 will not be booked.
I have children with me, do they pay the same fare as adults?
Yes. Children of 12 years and above pay full adult fare.
There is someone with limited mobility in my group, can they take part in this tour?
Yes. The Argentine Experience has access for people with limited mobility.
The e-voucher will be sent to your e-mail a few hours after payment confirmation.
A smart casual dress code is suggested.
This tour is not cancelled due to bad weather.
FREE cancellation until 6 days before the beginning of the activity.