- Buenos Aires coach and walking tour
- Visit the famous Recoleta Cemetery
- Explore the Chinatown neighborhood of Buenos Aires
- Trilingual English-,Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off and entrance fees included
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What You Can Expect
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.
If you want to immerse yourself if these infamous Argentinian figures this your is a must. The guides are very knowledgeable and give you an up close and personal perspective of Evita. Enjoy.
I wrote my final AP history paper on EVITA. This was a thrill of a lifetime to get to see parts of her life. The guide was wonderful. It was just the two of us in a taxi. It wasn't a walking tour, they changed the agenda and we spent more time in the car than anywhere else. They asked us to meet them 15 minute taxi ride away from where we were staying- since it was just the two of us I felt they could have picked us up or drop us off in Palermo (since that is where our hotel was and it too was part of the tour), but they refused. All in all this is a great tour and the history alone is worth it.