I invite you to get acquainted with the history of Argentina and the architecture of Buenos Aires. During the excursion, you will learn about the main historical twists and turns, how the appearance of the city changed during the transition from colony to republic, and why Buenos Aires is called the Paris of Latin America. Individual excursion for 1-3 people Duration 4 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes By car Rating 4.9 on 10 reviews $ 290 per excursion Price for 1-3 people, regardless of the number of participants
First, we will drive along the widest street in the world - 9 July Street, past the first synagogue in the city and head towards the political center. We will find ourselves in the historic Maya Square at the site of the city's founding. There we will see a pink house (government residence) with a balcony, from which Evita usually spoke. There we will also see the cabildo, the colonial city hall, and the cathedral.
Then we will move to the colonial area of San Telmo, with its cobbled streets and antique shops, home of bohemians and artists. We will walk around Dorrego Square, where every Sunday thousands of tourists visit the flea market, which has been operating here for half a century.
Our tour will continue in the La Boca area with its painted houses, where the artists' workshops and studios are located. We will walk along Calle Caminito to breathe in the characteristic atmosphere of the area with its love of tango and football.
And then we will continue our excursion to Puerto Madero. This is a new residential area near the river with a beautiful promenade with a yacht dock. The area has several design hotels, modern architecture, chic restaurants and luxury real estate.
Leaving Puerto Madero, on the way to the northern part of the city, we will pass Retiro - the first railway station of the capital, where we will see the English tower. The next stop will be the Palermo area, we will drive past its lakes, rose garden and huge parks - a favorite place for the Portenos (port residents) for long walks and sports.
And we will end our tour on Recoleta, in the most prestigious area of the city, where we will visit the colonial-style church Our Lady Pilar, the second oldest in the city, and go to the legendary cemetery to visit the grave of Eva Peron, wife of President Juan Domingo Peron, who won great love among her people and became famous under the name Evita.
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering the excursion.