GULLIES TOURS DMC & T.O. is a young professional Destination Management Company and B2B full-service specialized provider in the organization of tour packages, leisure and luxury travel, adventure and outdoor activities, events and incentives in all regions of Argentina and Italy with strengths in Tuscany. Our products focus on safety, health, nature, wellbeing and customization travel for FITs, family trips and exclusive small group tours. Gullies Tours is created by well experienced Travel Agent with a professional background of more than 26 years in the tourism industry, strong with all the enthusiasm and the professionalism that a customer expects when putting their dreams in the hands of a Professional Organizer. Gullies Tours ensures clients stay safe at each stage of their travel and deliver travel arrangements from the beginning to end, negotiating rates and deals to arrive with excellent services at the best package for the best price per person, as well as providing them with technical and practical support through the trip. We have developed over the years a tight network of contacts and collaborations which allows us to find the best solution to any request. Our approach involves using a savvy understanding of time and travel scheduling as well as extensive travel experience in multiple countries. Travel is our Passion!
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Italo-Argentina globetrotter with a unique crush both on South America and on Italy, country of birth, Serena has been travelling the world since birth and has lived in Brazil, Argentina, Germany and Italy. A child of parents both heavily involved in travel, Serena was born to be a travel agent and to bring her passion worldwide! A seasoned professional travel agent with over 26 years of experience in tourism, multitasking worker, and mum, she loves sharing her passion for travel delighting travelers with unique, unexpected, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Argentina is a traveler´s paradise: gorgeous landscapes, cosmopolitan cities with European flair, lively local culture, tango and Malbec wines. Argentina, the land of Silver and the land of 6 continents offers unique experiences from the endless Pampas in the Northwest, through Mesopotamia, to the majestic breathtaking Iguazu Falls, one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the world, in the North East bordering Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, to Cordoba in the heart of Argentina and the city of Tango and football in the region of Buenos Aires, to the wine region of Mendoza in Cuyo, until stunning landscapes, glaciers, marine life in Patagonia and the southernmost area of Tierra del Fuego, the neverending sand beaches along the coastline and the protected areas for wild animals as Peninsula Valdes and Punta Tombo, with plenty of exotic wildlife, colonial cities with superb cuisine and vibrant culture.This is Argentina, a diverse and welcoming land of contrasts which will undoubtedly entice visitors of all ages, year round. Download PDF
With the energy of New York, the architectural feel of Paris, and the chaotic pace of a major Latin American city all rolled into one, Buenos Aires is in a class of its own. Buenos Aires is also called the “Paris of South America,” for its soaring architecture and rich European heritage. But the city and its people, known as porteños, are a study in contrasts: European sensibilities and Latin American passion; wide boulevards and cobblestone alleys; steamy tango and romping rock and roll; sidewalk cafés and soccer fanatics; bejeweled ladies draped in fur coats and children rummaging through garbage for cardboard scraps. Buenos Aires, which sprawls over 202 square kilometers and has a population of about three million, is a patchwork of distinct, fascinating communities, from the frenetic downtown and working-class tanguero neighborhoods such as La Boca and San Telmo, to wealthy districts such as Recoleta and trendy Palermo, to middle-class barrios such as Belgrano and Caballito.
Argentina has been forged from a mixture of cultures of different ethnic groups, mainly European immigrants, which led to what today is the country. European traditions are combined with Native American, which along its vast territory also have different manifestations. It is a country with incredible cultural and artistic activity, which has worldwide recognition in disciplines such as theater, painting, sculpture, music and literature. Buenos Aires, the capital, is the epicenter of all this life and daily you can choose from a wide range of cultural events, but the activity also occurred in the other cities. Tango is the emblem of the country and its capital and has become a real hallmark of the Argentine people. It originated and developed especially in Buenos Aires in the late nineteenth century, and in recent years has been re-floated not only as a tourist attraction, but because its popularity has grown throughout the country. Although his birthplace is disputed, Carlos Gardel, the greatest exponent of tango world, lived much of his life in Buenos Aires. A unique emotion is also to live and breathe football, seeing the local derby’s such as Boca Juniors and River Plate.
Horse riding is a natural way to explore the culture and landscapes that make Argentina so special, with its diverse landscape from the rich plains of the pampas in the center, to the rolling plateau of Patagonia in the south, and the rugged Andes Mountains in the west.
Iguazú Falls are located within the Iguazú National Park, a protected area extending over 67,720 hectares on the Northern border of the Province of Misiones. The Park comprises a series of 275 waterfalls at the heart of the Paranaense Rainforest, located 17 kilometers from the Iguazú River mouth into the Paraná River, where the Argentine, Brazil and Paraguay borders meet, and where the cities of Puerto Rico, Argentina and Foz do Iguaçú, Brazil are. In 2013, UNESCO awarded Iguazú National Park once again for its Exceptional Universal Value, being a site of such extraordinary cultural and natural value transcending national borders, a site of value for humanity’s present and future generations.
Visit the historical complex of Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by the Government House, the Cathedral and the historical Cabildo, a beautiful 18th century building. Walk through one of the first avenues the city ever had, the Avenida de Mayo, seeing plenty of architectural samples of the end of the 19th century.
The tour continues south, to the oldest quarters of the city. Arrival to the traditional neighbourhood of San Telmo, with its cobblestone streets and its renowned antique fair, and to the picturesque area of La Boca, a colourful world where local artists show their paintings along the historical Caminito Street.
To the north, the tour visits the lakes in Palermo and its residential area. Finally, in the sophisticated La Recoleta quarter, one of the most exclusive ones, with elegant cafés and restaurants, we visit Our Lady of Pilar Church, said to be the oldest in the city, and the unique Northern Cemetery, to see the grave with Eva Perón's mortal remains.
Discover from the seat of your motorcycle Argentina and the famous Route 40, with more than 3.000 mi/ 5.194 km, the longest route in Argentina that leads along the Andes from La Quiaca in Jujuy, the very north of Argentina, to the very south, Cabo Virgenes in Santa Cruz. Enjoy riding from subtropical Salta in northern Argentina, through the desert areas of Catamarca and San Juan, through the wine region of Mendoza, along volcanic landscape and crossing the Mapuche-Indian areas of Neuquén to the door to Patagonia, the picturesque lake district of Bariloche and reach southern Patagonia with its impressive mountains such as Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre and the famous glacier Perito Moreno. Of course every day you will enjoy delicious argentinian specialties and typical wines.
Located on the shores of Golfo Nuevo with calm waters and beautiful beaches were transformed with the years in the most relevant Patagonian beach, with excellent food service and lodging. But the most important part of this city is that it has a very strategic location, providing easy access to Peninsula Valdes, where you can spot a good number of Southern Right Whales, seals, elephant seals, dolphins, killer whales (orca), declared Patrimony of 1999 Humanity by UNESCO. From Puerto Madryn there are several daily excursions to the main points of interest such as the Peninsula Valdes, the Punta Tombo penguin colony, Puerto Pirámides, Punta Loma, the Doradillo Beach, and others.