Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Buenos Aires — a modern Latin American metropolis with a distinctively European twist. After morning pickup from your hotel, set off on a coach tour of urban highlights, narrated by a knowledgeable local guide.
Drive down the widest avenue in the world, Avenide 9 de Julio, and see the Obelisco monument that marks the spot where Argentina’s flag was first raised in the city. Admire the stately La Casa Rosada presidential palace in the Plaza de Mayo, including the balcony from which Juan and Eva Perón addressed admiring crowds.
Wander among elaborate tombs and mausoleums in the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place for many of Argentina’s wealthiest and most illustrious figures (including Eva Perón). Drive through many of the city’s diverse neighborhoods, including bohemian San Telmo,
trendy waterfront Puerto Madero, and well-heeled Retiro. Cruise by sprawling urban green spaces, including the Palermo Woods.
Make your way to the working-class neighborhood of La Boca, where you can stroll through the famously colorful streets of the Caminito. La Boca is also best known as the home of the beloved Boca Juniors soccer team. Head to the front of the long queues at the Passion of Boca Juniors Museum to delve into team history and memorabilia. Then, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the Boca Junior’s home stadium, nicknamed ‘La Bombanera’ because of its candy-box shape.
At the end of your illuminating 4-hour tour, you’ll be dropped off back at your hotel.