Buenos Aires City Tour

  • Tour code: 728-3167
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Duration: 4 Hours
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Visit Buenos Aires. This tour will inspire you to to visit Buenos Aires your way.

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Adult:$13.89
Child:$13.89
Infant:Free
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  • Day 1 Buenos Aires
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Day 1 Buenos Aires

After guests have been picked up from the specified departure location, we will begin this tour of Buenos Aires. Our first stop of the day will be the Obelisk, a giant monument that has come to symbolize the city. Then, we will see many of the city's most famous squares: Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martin, and Plaza Congreso. We will be able to see the unique architecture of neighborhoods like La Boca, San Telmo, and Monserrat. Then, we will have the opportunity to explore the Ecological Reserve. In Palermo, we will see one of the most elegant neighborhoods of the city, before we make our way to Recoleta. Between neighborhoods, we will enjoy beautiful scenes of nature at places like Lezama Park and Tres Febrero Park. Afterwards, guests will be dropped off downtown to end this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace.

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    The centerpiece of the Plaza de Republica, this obelisk has become a symbolic monument of its home city. The area around it has become a popular nighttime entertainment area, with many nightclubs nearby.
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    The main square in the Monserrat barrio of Buenos Aires is named for the revolution that began on May 25th, 1810, which eventually led to Argentina's independence from Spain.
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    This large public square in Buenos Aires contains a small, but lovely, park that makes a perfect spot for a picnic. There is a large Ombu tree in the park, as well as the Torre Monument.
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    This large square and public park sits in front of the Argentine Congress. The centerpiece of the park is the Monument of Two Congresses, a large, ornate fountain.
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    One of the most famous barrios (neighborhoods) in Buenos Aires, La Boca is filled with brightly colored houses, tango clubs, Italian taverns, and many theaters. Historically, it has been a haven for radical political movements.
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    The oldest of Buenos Aires' barrios, the streets of San Telmo are paved with cobblestone and the buildings have retained their original colonial architecture. Famous for its contemporary art, the city's Modern Art Museum is located in this neighborhood.
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    This neighborhood in Buenos Aires contains some of the city's most famous landmarks, including the city hall, Casa Rosada, and the Ministry of Defense, among others.
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    This wildlife reserve on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. It is a tract of low land on the banks of the River Plate. It is home ot many species of local birds.
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    This is the largest barrio in Buenos Aires, home to over 200,000 citizens. It is home to some of the oldest parts of the city. There are many parks and museums in the area.
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    An upscale neighborhood in Buenos Aires, the Recoleta district boasts exquisite architecture and history, and contains several museums and landmarks that detail Argentina's past. The Recoleta Cemetery is a popular stop, particularly the grave site of national hero Eva Peron.
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    This public park in the San Telmo barrio of Buenos Aires opened around 1904. It contains several monuments for national heroes, a gazebo, and a sculpture garden, among other landmarks.
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    This urban park covers roughly 400 hectares in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Within its grounds lie the city zoo as well as a traditional Japanese garden.

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I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Irene on 2016-02-14

Cannot recommend or comment as was not picked up for the tour. What a miss

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