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If you like history, economics, architecture, arts this tour is definitely for you! The local company offers two different tours, a morning walk from Retiro Plaza San Martin to Recoleta and an afternoon tour from Recoleta to Palermo. The tour starts at 2pm, but plan to arrive ahead and have lunch at Cafe Biela which is where the tour starts. It is a historical cafe, in the heart of Recoleta. It even has a terrasse in the shade of a 200 year old tree. The first hour of the tour is dedicated to the Recoleta cemetery. You'll hear amazing stories about the different people, famous and less famous, resting in peace. You'll also hear about Eva Peron and see her tomb. Then, you'll walk along the avenue del Libertador and hear about different monuments and buildings including the national library, Errazuriz palace, the Art museum, etc. The guide we had was very knowledgeable and interesting.
Our tour guide was great, spoke great English and told us a lot. Do the tour on Saturday and then you can go to the market afterwards.
This was superb! The guide was wonderful - he managed in this short tour to give a feeling for both the country and the people. It would have been less of a trip without this experience.
I ended up being the only person on the tour, so I had a wonderful private tour with the guide. I learned a lot about Argentinian history, focusing of course on Eva & Juan Peron during our tour of the Recoleta Cemetery. He had many fascinating stories to share.
Absolutely wonderful! The guides are extremely well informed. I learned so much!
Exceeded expectations. The leader was very knowledgeable.
Guide was very good. Enjoyed the cemetery. Tour was only about one and a half hours.
Very good walking tour. Guide was very informative and helpful
Great way to see the cemetery. Much better than walking around on your own. I would highly recommend this tour.
An interesting way to spend the afternoon. The commentary provided was colourful if lacking a bit of compassion towards the have-nots of Argentinian society.