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Howard gave us a very good overview of the city and made suggestions as to where to go when we stayed in the city
He also took us to a very cool non tourist trap restaurant for a very tasty lunch,
This tour was so much better then being herded on a bus with 60 other tourists! Highly recommend
Excellent day seeing a variety of sites in Buenos Aires. John did a wonderful job
James W. B Canada
Seamless, adventure. Transparent and useful.
Good overview of Buenos Aires and interesting historical details provided as well. We really enjoyed the tour.
John Boyle, punctual pick up, knowledgeable, flexible, patient, pleasant, a true gentleman with a good sense of humour. John is bi-lingual, English is his first language and he speaks fluent Spanish. The value of a private tour is the personal touch, flexibility of itinerary and you have the undivided attention of the tour guide. We had John and he is FABULOUS!!! We visited the memorial to honour the victims of state terrorism in Argentina's recent history 1974-1983. It is a haunting and humbling experience. Everyone who visits Buenos Aires should visit the memorial. Recoleta Cemetery was an interesting place. Don't just enter, turn left and take a selfie at Eva Peron's mausoleum, there is so much more to this unique cemetery but you need to visit with someone who knows the history of some of the families and personalities - go with John! Nearby is a well known cafe La Biela where we enjoyed the best cup of tea of our month in North and South America, served in a tea pot. The cafe is trendy and attracts politicians, celebrities and people who want to be seen. We just wanted a cuppa. We saw lots of sites around central Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo, central parks with monuments, the memorial to the fallen at the Falkland Islands, the once tallest building in South America built as an act of vengeance by a woman scorned. John will fill you in on the details. A visit to La Boca is worthwhile. It is a derelict part of town where there has been an effort by some locals to draw in tourists by painting the buildings bright colours and offering cafes with live tango dancers and a variety of stores. We ate empanadas and watched a tango show. My travelling companion and I are middle aged women and do things at our own pace. John was extremely accommodating, didn't rush us, answered loads of questions and although we saw and did a lot in a short period of time, we felt relaxed and were able to get a feel for the places we visited. We enjoyed the tour so much we booked John to go to the Tigre Delta. Book a private tour with John, it is worth it!
Ian M Australia
Private tour of Buenos Aires was excellent. Knowledgeable and friendly guide. Visited a number of key places and learned a lot about the history of Argentina. Well worth the price.
A great tour provided by a great guide. Would recommend to anyone visiting Buenos Aires.
This was a great tour and gave us a good insight into Buenos Aires and Argentina.
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