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See the highlights of Buenos Aires' famous sights on this 3.5-hour guided walking tour. Stop at Palacio Barolo, Plaza Congreso, Teatro Colón and Cafe Tortoni while learning the social-political history of these city landmarks from your guide. You're accompanied by taxi to historical La Boca to view a sidewalk tango show and be treated to a cup of coffee at an outdoor cafe. Enjoy personalized attention on this small-group tour limited to six people.

Highlights

  • 3.5-hour morning walking tour of Buenos Aires with a cab ride to La Boca
  • Visit different neighborhoods and enjoy a comprehensive overview of the city’s top landmarks
  • See famous attractions like Teatro Colón, Avenida 9 de Julio, Plaza de Mayo, Obelisco and more
  • Wrap up with a coffee break in La Boca and watch an open-air tango performance
  • Gain insight into the city’s history and architecture from an informative guide
  • Numbers are limited to 6 on this small-group tour, ensuring a more memorable experience

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This is a great way to know Buenos Aires thoroughly. See its main landmarks and learn about the Argentina's history, architecture and culture including its Golden Age, wacky economy and dictatorships.

What You Can Expect

Buenos Aires Must-See Landmarks: Obelisco to La Boca Walking Tour

Explore La Boca on a walking tour of Buenos Aires

Meet your guide near Florida Street to kick off your 3.5-hour walking tour. Make your way toward Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world, stopping to learn about the history of the Obelisco before heading to Teatro Colón. Visit the Plaza Congreso and the Palacio de Tribunales while learning about the country's legal system and government processes.

View the art nouveau and neoclassical buildings on the Avenida de Mayo before moving on to Palacio Barolo, whose Italianate design was inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy. At Plaza de Mayo and Club Atletico, learn about a dark era of Argentina's history, when citizens who opposed the dictatorship in 1976–1983 were committed to urban concentration camps.

Finally, you'll ride in a taxi (fare included) to La Boca, and learn about the Caminito, a colorful artists' haven in this working-class neighborhood. After a neighborhood stroll, settle down at an outdoor cafe for a cup of coffee and a sidewalk tango performance. Feel free to explore La Boca on your own from here.

Itinerary

Customer Reviews

Elizabeth R

4 star rating: Recommended April 2016

We had a very informative time. Carlos was extremely knowledgeable and interesting. We were given a number of ideas for further visits and a lot of information about BA's history.

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