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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.
The cemetery was fascinating but the guide (Martin) had a bit of an attitude that took away from the experience. He seemed rushed and somewhat bitter. I am not sure why.
There was a lot packed into this tour - fascinating stories about the mausoleums in Recoleta cemetery and an insight into Argentina's society.
A good tour of peaceful and romantic impressions of the cemetery in a busy capital, and a colourfull comment of the well informed guide.
A really good small group with a guide that knew her information We found the tour very interesting Graves like small houses Lots of history here
Not the best experience I have ever had. A little too much time in the cemetery for my liking. Perhaps two hours is not quite enough, perhaps that is why the guide was trying to sell us the morning tour which on all accounts is longer.
Interesting, particularly the cemeterary tour and stories
I enjoyed the cemetery. But my guide showed up eating. And then she answered her phone multiple times throughout the tour. I also feel like there was probably more to see in the cemetery, but we were there less than an hour. Maybe go to the free tour the cemetery holds?
For some reason we thought this was a walking tour of Recoleta, including the cemetary. We were wrong. maybe our fault. It was basically a walk around the cemetary. all done in one and a half hours. we seem to cover every avenue in the cematary. the reason we went was to see the Duarte plot. So I would reccomend just going round on your own and save the money, sorry
My guide was fine and very informative. But when I would ask questions, he told me that that issue was covered in the tour conducted the next day. He seemed to withhold information in the hopes that he could lure me to the next day's tour. Not what I expected. Otherwise, it went fine.
I missed this tour because the "Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour" ended about an hour and fifteen minutes later than your website description...which meant I was unable to connect with this tour. You might consider including a note on your website that the slipperiness of schedules in Buenos Aires makes it impossible to take both a morning and afternoon tour on the same day. I note that your system requires a star rating which is difficult for you to give since I did not actually take this tour. The one is based on logistics and your web site description.