Buenos Aires in One Day Walking Tour
Some of the main sites and landmarks include:
Historic downtown and Plaza de Mayo - Cathedral, Cabildo, Casa Rosada, Puerto Madero and Mothers of the Disappeared
San Telmo - the picturesque, oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires: Slave Market, Defensa Street, Plaza Dorrego Antiques market, colonial churches and houses
The Plaza San Martin park area - the most flamboyant areas of Buenos Aires that gave it the reputation of being "The Paris of the South"
Famous Recoleta and Palermo neighborhoods - visit the world-famous Recoleta Cemetery, including a history of the life and death of Eva Peron
*Full itinerary will be covered depending on time and circumstances at time of tour
- Local English speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Transportation during tour
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children 8 and under are free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult
- Note: tour operates rain or shine
- Please note: during the tour, it is necessary to take a one taxi ride to get to one attraction to another. Taxi cost is not included and is approximately USD $5-7
I ended up being the only one on the tour, so it was custom-tailored.
Brisk tour of central Buenos Aires. Lots of information. I was the lone guest on this tour. If I could change one thing I would encourage the guide to deal with questions when they are raised rather than saying he would explain later in the tour. The tour did give me insight into much of the history of Argentina and Buenos Aires.
A very interesting day, Carlos was a fountain of information and endless facts, incredibly interesting and brought Buenos Aires to life with his fascinating stories a superb way to find out about this interesting city and would fully recommend it.
Very good tour, especially the morning where we saw many things that we would have not done from just a book. A really enjoyable day.
very informative, good pace, great way to get to see all the intricacies of this beautiful city.
The first half of the walking tour, in the morning, was very good. I enjoyed the guide and the range of interest. However, I was somewhat disappointed when, at lunch time, I was joined by another guide who took me to Recoleta where I thought we spent too much time. The second guide was also less fluent in English than the first guide.