3. Buenos Aires: Culture, History and Gastronomy Private Tour
Discover Buenos Aires in an authentic and original way with our private tour. You will be able to explore the topics that interest you most about the culture and history of the city in depth. In addition, you will enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch with drinks included in one of the most notable bars in Buenos Aires. In our experiences we combine interaction with culture and nature to create unforgettable moments and memories. Don't hesitate to join us for a unique adventure in the city. Places we will visit during the City Tour. Floralis Generica: It is a giant metallic sculpture representing a steel flower with six petals located in the Recoleta neighborhood. The flower structure opens during the day and closes at night, and is a distinctive symbol of the city. Bosques de Palermo: A large urban park in the heart of Buenos Aires, it has several lakes, gardens, walking and biking trails. It is a popular place to picnic and enjoy the outdoors. (We may not descend here) Evita Perón Museum: A museum dedicated to the life and work of Argentina's famous first lady, Eva Perón. The museum is located in the Palermo neighborhood, in the house where Evita lived during the last years of her life. (We may not descend here) Plaza Francia: It is a square located in the Recoleta neighborhood, which has a large number of street artists and craft fairs. You can also see several historical and religious monuments, such as the Monument to France, the Pilar Church and the Recoleta Cemetery. Plaza de Mayo: It is a square located in the historic center of Buenos Aires, which is the site of several important historical and political events. In the square are the Buenos Aires Cathedral, the Casa Rosada and the Cabildo. La Boca: It is a tourist neighborhood famous for its colorful and vibrant architecture. Caminito Street is a popular tourist attraction where you can see street artists, buy handicrafts and enjoy typical music and food. Barrio San Telmo: One of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, it has a large number of antique stores, restaurants and bars. It is a popular place to stroll and enjoy the bohemian atmosphere of the city. (We may not descend here) Café de los Angelitos: Restaurant where lunch will take place. Notable and historical bar of the city. The menu will be a la carte, you will be able to choose the options you want for lunch. There are vegetarian, vegan and celiac options.