Discover the most colourful neighbourhood in Buenos Aires where Argentina´s great enthusiasm for football was born.
Discover the Paris of South America, its European buildings, its bloody history, its Bohemian life and the Porteño personality.
Discover the neighbourhood… learn all about tango, try Mendoza wine and go to one of its boliches until the early hours of the morning.
Discover the most ´European´ of Buenos Aires´ neighbourhoods, that boast English and French style buildings. Visit the mausoleum which includes the famous Eva Perón.
Discover the neighbourhood that was founded by a Jesuit order, the birthplace of tango. Enjoy the most famous antiques market.
Who has not ever heard of the passionate Tango shows in the city of Buenos Aires, the clamorous enthusiasm of the fans in the Boca Juniors team's Bombonera, or the mothers of Plaza de Mayo who cry out with pain for life of your missing children and grandchildren? The Argentine capital is a melting pot of many different realities that deserve to be known in all their aspects. That is why we offer you Free Walking Tour Buenos Aires of all kinds and topics through which you can discover what to do and what to visit so that you can fully live your experience in the Buenos Aires capital.
Our guide tour will accompany you to know the most relevant institutional sites such as the Casa Rosada, the Palacio del Congreso, Avenida de Mayo and the Monumental Cemetery of Recoleta, and then show you all other kinds of life in the old neighborhood of San Telmo, with its homonymous Church, Plaza Dorrego and the traditional Market. In our excursions, tours or Free Walking Tour Buenos Aires, there will also be the possibility of appreciating the bohemian corners of the city, passing through the Barolo Palace and Caminito Street in the Boca neighborhood. And you can already enjoy the architectural pieces consecrated during the 20th century walking through Puerto Madero, with its impressive and modern shopping centers, or admiring the great work of the Floralis Genérica. Let's not forget later that Buenos Aires counts as one of the most important cultural epicenters in all of Latin America. Impossible to miss then the National Museum of Fine Arts, the immense construction of the Colón Theater and the Metropolitan Cathedral. In short, in this multifaceted cultural scene that Buenos Aires presents, there will be no lack of nature either, so take the opportunity to refresh your soul with the floral charm of the Botanical Garden, the forests of Palermo and the Japanese Garden.
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