Evita Peron Tour of Buenos Aires
Then, admire “Floralis Generica”, one of the most iconic sculptures in Buenos Aires before making your way to the Palermo parks. Enjoy the park scenery as you head to the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, before arriving to the hippodrome and the polo field. Next, enjoy a 20-minute walk around Buenos Aires' Chinatown neighborhood, where you'll discover a variety of restaurants and shops.
Your last stop on the tour is to a museum that highlights her experiences from early childhood in the town of Los Toldos to her rise to power in the late 1940s. The Evita Museum gives you insight to her life and boasts artifacts, a collection of luxurious garments and her books and films.
This guided sightseeing tour of Buenos Aires depicts the life and work of one of the most important women in the history of Argentina and is a must-do for anyone interested in the country's social and political background.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off downtown area
- Local guide
- Entry/Admission - Museo Evita
- Audio guide in your own language at the museum (USD $7)
- Hotel Pick Up/Drop Off at Palermo Area
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
This tour was very good. Our guide was very knowledgeable. We went to Reccoletta cemetary and she not only showed us Eva Peron's crypt but stopped and gave us information on other family crypts as well. The museum was also interesting. Worth doing.
The tour was let down by the refusal to collect and return to our hotel as shown on the booking confirmation form. The impact was that we had additional transport costs, taxis etc. All other tours collection and drop off were to our hotel.
This was a great and informative tour! My daughter and I were the only ones on the tour that day, so we had the company of a wonderful guide and driver! We are very interested in the Peron era, and enjoyed hearing about the history and visiting the museum and cemetery! Wonderful!
The tour was fine. They were about 30 minutes late picking me up. However, once the tour started, it was quite engaging. I enjoyed the museum highlighting Eva Peron's life. She was simply amazing.