- Guided walking tour of historic downtown Buenos Aires
- See Plaza de Mayo and San Telmo
- Learn about Evita's story and the Mothers Path
- Coffee break
What You Can Expect
On this walking tour, you'll visit:
• Calle Florida, the 400-year-old main street
• Plaza de Mayo, where you'll hear the story of the foundation of Buenos Aires
• Government House, where you'll learn about Evita and the Path of the Madres
• National Bank, May Pyramid and the early Opera House
• Metropolitan Cathedral and San Martin’s Tomb
• See Puerto Madero
• Defensa Street, where the fight against invaders in 1807
•The oldest shop, oldest church and oldest house in town
• Four Basilicas in four blocks, from the early Spanish period
• St Domingo’s feisty (and scarred) church
• Viceroy Linier’s house, and example of colonial Architecture
• Chile Street, the old city limit and ancient tunnels
• Minimal House and Slave Market Street
• Old San Telmo, and up-close look at colonial houses
• Early San Telmo Market and Market Square
• Visit of Ezeiza’s Conventillo (“little convent”)
• Belen Church, where you'll hear the story of smart Martina Cespedes
• ...plus, hear lots of other local stories, curious facts and peculiarities!
Note: You may not see the full itinerary, depending on time and circumstances of your tour
Soledad was extremely nice and was very informative. Highly recommended for anyone looking to learn about Buenos Aires from a local and not just a history book.
Sharne A Australia
The tour guide was very informative. Asa there were only three of us in the tour it was like having a personal tour
Learned lots of interesting information we would have not gotten on our own.
Ater meeting up with our guide and his father who was also doing a tour, it was decided that we would do the different areas tour along with the Recolleta Cemetary and it was very good. M
Soledad was great and informative. We saw a lot but the tour needed one more hour as it was rushed. I couldn't photograph the cathedral and we really didn't even see it beyond the spot where San Martin's body lays at rest. But we learned and saw a lot. Good walking shoes a must.
This was wonderful. Our guide was so knowledgeable, entertaining and very very pleasant to walk with. He was well informed on old and new Lima and was fascinating to listen to. A great tour. Rhonda M