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Really enjoyed the tour. The guide was very knowledgable and interesting. Met lovely people and would recommend the tour.
Big thumb up! The guide was very knowledgable and a great story teller. He made this tour very interesting and half day went by very quickly. We've learned a lot!
Exceptional guide, very knowledgeable, learned many interesting facts about Buenos Aires.
United States of America
very interesting tour. The tour guide was great.
This tour was great! "Small group' was really small: me and my husband. The tour guy Alex was the best guide we met in Rio: perfect English, deep knowledge in every aspect we asked about Rio or Brazil. Highly recommended.
We had a great time on this walking tour. We very much enjoyed learning more about the Recoleta neighborhood and the interesting historical facts from our guide.
Our guide's english was very good, and he was entertaining as well as informative.
Wonderful tour. Wonderful guide. We especially enjoyed the tour of the cemetery. Our guide was very informative. Thank you.
The tour was absolutely wonderful! We enjoyed it immensely. Thanks to Carlos and the magnificent way he weaves the story my husband and I were completely captivated. All of a sudden the places around us began to have a meaning.
There was something academic about the whole experience, it reminded me of a Cultural Geography lectures I had while studying. I am back in London now, but Carlos made me so curious I will be finding out more about people, events and buildings he mentioned in his tour.
Our guide was very good. The visit to Recoleta cemetery was the highlight of the tour and having a guide there made a big difference.
Minh Ngoc T
I never like to visit cemeteries, but I took this tour to visit Evita Peron's grave. It turns out that it's a very interesting tour because there are a lot of story telling and each story is unique ! A place you must visit !
Carlos gave me a tour and it was like someone was telling a story as we walked slowly amongs the tombs, the way he weaved in all the players in the cemetery and how many were related in some form or fashion. I learned so much and realized Carlos was so knowledgeable with the goings on with those now entombed in the Ricoletta Cemetary. He explained many of the meaning of the mausoleums designs and why they were designed in a certain way. What a delightful afternoon. I recommend this tour highly. Bring your camera! R. Dunlop