Buenos Aires features a wide variety of estancias ideal to enjoy with a partner or with the family. Visitors may choose to stay at the most typical and conventional estancia shells in the Argentinian countryside. Historical, majestic, coquettish and traditional, the estancias of Buenos Aires are equipped with everything necessary to satisfy guests? expectations.
Máximo Paz, Buenos Aires
Ruta 205 Km. 47.5 Tel: +54 11 60912064
Cañuelas, Buenos Aires
Ruta Nacional No. 6, KM83, Cañuelas Tel: +54 11 5279-6893
Exaltación de la Cruz, Buenos Aires
Ruta 6 km. 171.5 Tel: (011) 4803-6356
Chascomus, Buenos Aires
Circunvalación Km. 12.6 Cel: +54 9 11 57133534
Capilla del Señor, Buenos Aires
Ruta 8 km. 87,3 Tel: +54 11 4314-3974
Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Ruta 7 - Km 114 - San Andrés de Giles Tel: 4687-0537
The cebador will be in charge or preparing and serving the mate. As the round starts, we are just supposed to say ?thank you? when we are satisfied and will drink no more mate. We should not say ?thank you? after having the first mate, as it is considered a disdainful gesture. Likewise, we are not supposed to move or clean the bombilla (straw). We just need to sip the beverage, return the mate to the cebador and wait for the round to start again. Undoubtedly, mate is a friendly way to get along and to bond.