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Villa Crespo Tours

Villa Crespo
A burgeoning foodie hot spot, the lively barrio of Villa Crespo just southwest of Palermo has become a fashionable haunt for the city’s young and hip. The district is most notable for its array of bars and eateries, just as chic yet more affordable than those in neighboring Palermo. It’s an atmospheric option for an evening in Buenos Aires. 

The Basics
The variety of cuisine on offer is one of Villa Crespo’s biggest draws; you’ll find everything from Middle Eastern, Jewish, African, and Chinese food to one of the city’s oldest and best-known vegetarian restaurants. Night owls can hit the dance floor at some of the city’s most exclusive nightclubs, while art lovers can see street art by Argentina’s top artists on a guided graffiti tour of the city (with visits to the neighborhoods of Colegiales, Chacarita, and Palermo as well). Photography tours of the Argentine capital typically pass through the neighborhood for a chance to capture its colorful streets. 

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Villa Crespo is a must-visit for foodies, night owls, and shopping enthusiasts.
  • Wear sturdy shoes suitable for walking over uneven surfaces; some of the streets here are cobbled.
  • Bring US dollars, especially if you plan to shop in Villa Crespo; you can often get discounts for paying in cash.
  • How to Get There
  • To get to the neighborhood on public transportation, take the subway line B to Estación Villa Crespo. If you’re taking a cab, ask your hotel or a restaurant to call one for you. 

When to Get There
The best time to visit Villa Crespo depends on the experience you’re looking for. By day, it’s a shopping hub selling a combination of brand names and leather goods. At night, it’s one of the city’s hottest dining and drinking destinations. If you plan to eat, remember that typical mealtime in Argentina is as late as 10pm. 

History of Villa Crespo
Villa Crespo got its start in the closing years of the 19th century as a residential neighborhood for workers at the National Shoe Factory, which opened in the area in 1888. It gets its name from former Buenos Aires mayor Antonio Crespo.
Address: Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Small-Group Buenos Aires Graffiti Art NorthTour Half-day Tours

Small-Group Buenos Aires Graffiti Art NorthTour

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See an unusual side of Buenos Aires on this 3-hour minibus tour of the city's prolific street art. Meet the city's graffiti artists and visit local galleries that specialize in street and graffiti art. You'll visit the neighborhoods of Colegiales, Chacarita, Villa Crespo and Palermo. This small-group tour, limited to 18 passengers, enables you to enjoy personalized attention and unparalleled access to Buenos Aires' legendary street art scene.
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Buenos Aires Graffiti & Street Art TourHalf-day Tours

Buenos Aires Graffiti & Street Art Tour

Follow your guide the city's most famous works of public art and the secret graffiti hot spots on this 3-hour street art tour. Visit galleries and public works, both hidden and on display. Learn about the artists and their work from your guide; transportation via van or coach is included during the tour.
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Traditional Argentine Cooking Class in Buenos Aires

Argentina is known for its unique cuisine, but knowing where to go for hands-on cooking practice can be tricky. Pick up top tips and sample traditional Argentinian flavors at a cooking class in the capital, and try your hand at classic dishes such as empanadas, carbonada, or chimichurri. Enjoy the fruits of your labor with a 3-course meal included, allowing time to unwind and chat over a glass of Argentinian wine.
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Small-Group Photography Tour in Buenos AiresHalf-day Tours

Small-Group Photography Tour in Buenos Aires

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Capture the magic of Buenos Aires on camera with the help of a professional photographer on this 4-hour small-group photography tour. This fun and unique sightseeing tour includes a 30-minute photography class and a photography-inspired tour of one of the city’s vibrant neighborhoods. Snap memorable photos of the colored houses of La Baca, the colonial streets of San Telmo or the modernist landmarks of Puerto Madero, then meet up with your fellow photographers to share your work. Best of all: this tour is suitable for all skill levels and camera types, including iPhones.
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