Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires

Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires

Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires: Our most recommended tours and activities

Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus w/ Audio Guide & City Pass

1. Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus w/ Audio Guide & City Pass

The tour buses will take you around the most characteristic neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The bus route begins in the heart of the traditional neighborhood of Recoleta. Each open-top bus will allow you to enjoy panoramic views of historic and cultural sites and unique neighborhoods, brimming with Argentine culture. Buses run every 15 minutes, and the tour around the city takes 3 hours 20 minutes. It’s a Hop-On/Hop-Off service, which means you can get on and off the bus as many times as you like. The buses run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Route:  • Recoleta • Teatro Colón • Av. de Mayo • Plaza del Congreso • Paseo de la Historieta • San Telmo • Plaza Dorrego • La Bombonera (Boca Juniors stadium) • La Boca - Caminito • Puente de la Mujer • Puerto Madero • Galerías Pacífico • Plaza San Martín • Parque Thays • Floralis Genérica • MALBA • Planetario • Plaza Italia • Palermo Soho • Plaza Serrano • Bosques de Palermo • Monumento a los Españoles • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Explore Buenos Aires Immersive Tour: Unique 5-hour tour

2. Explore Buenos Aires Immersive Tour: Unique 5-hour tour

Furia Tour: Our tour combines walking with short drives in the van to the next location, allowing you to relax and enjoy the sights of the city. We will first meet at the Cafe la Biela (by the red phone booths) and walk to Cementerio de la Recoleta, and spend 40 minutes exploring together: Step into the hallowed and infamous grounds of Recoleta Cemetery, where art and history converge amidst ornate mausoleums typical to Buenos Aires. Discover the final resting places of Argentina's most prominent figures, such as Evita, each tomb telling a unique story of the country's rich past. Puente de la Mujer, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires Argentina, 10 minutes We'll drive to the modern waterfront district of Puerto Madero, where sleek skyscrapers meet historic warehouses. We will pass by the Puente de la Mujer, a stunning pedestrian bridge that elegantly spans the Rio de la Plata, a contemporary structure. La Boca, 40 minutes We'll drive to La Boca, and pass by the famous stadium of Boca. We'll stroll around the infamous colorful corners of La Boca and stroll down El Caminito, a charming, busy, bohemian street filled with vibrant houses, tango and street art. San Telmo, 1 hour 10 minutes: We will explore the antique heart and soul of Buenos Aires in the historic neighborhood of San Telmo, where old architecture and history converge. Wander through the bustling San Telmo Market, where we will stop to enjoy a bite to eat of local empanadas or similar. Plaza de Mayo, and Cathedral of Buenos Aires 40 minutes: We will drive through the center of the city, passing historic corners and street art, before we stop at the iconic Casa Rosada or Pink House, the presidential palace that overlooks Plaza de Mayo. You'll hear the history of the iconic square, a central hub for political demonstrations and cultural events, and we will also visit the Cathedral of Buenos Aires. Finally, we hop in the van to drive past the 9 de Julio avenida, Teatro Colon, and finish the tour in front of the infamous Obelisco monument.

Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

3. Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

Discover the most representative sites of the districts of San Telmo and Puerto Madero. San Telmo neighborhood is one of the oldest districts, known for its vibrant tango and arts scene, its antique markets and 19th-century decorations. Puerto Madero is the most modern part of the city with the revolving bridge of Puente de la Mujer, representing a couple dancing the Tango.  At Plaza de Mayo, admire the Metropolitan Cathedral, the colonial town hall of The Cabildo, and the Casa Rosada, the official residence of the President of Argentina. Then, walk to the Obelisco de Buenos Aires in the center of Avenida 9 de Julio, erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the city, and finish the walking tour in front of the Colon Theater.  The Colon Theater is considered one of the 5 best opera houses in the world for its size, acoustics, and trajectory. You can choose to add a 50-minute guided tour of the Colon Theater. Admire the stunning auditorium, main foyer, Gallery of Busts, and Golden Hall. Marvel at the stunning details of the building's stairs, sculptures, ceilings, stained glass, and more.  You can choose to add a visit to the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires). Board a public bus to the Palermo neighborhood to enter the museum that collects, preserves, studies, and disseminates Latin American art in all mediums. See approximately 400 works of art at your own pace and take the time to explore each room at leisure. You can choose to add a visit to the Teatro Colón and the MALBA. Your guide will wait for you while you take the guided tour of the theater before escorting you to the MALBA. 

Buenos Aires: Panoramic Bus Tour

4. Buenos Aires: Panoramic Bus Tour

This tour shows the culture, history and authenticity of Buenos Aires. Tour of approximately 3 hours aboard a panoramic bus with a bilingual guide. We will visit the most important areas of the city of great cultural and historical interest. Visit to the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city: - Palermo - Recoleta - San Nicolas - Monserrat - San Telmo - La Boca - Puerto Madero Includes photo stops at: - Plaza de Mayo (Monserrat) - Caminito (La Boca) Explore Buenos Aires with us! Retiro The Retiro neighborhood, both a financial and residential center, was the gateway for millions of immigrants between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. We find numerous attractions, such as: Plaza San Martin, the pedestrian street Florida, the Train Station, the Monumental Tower among other emblematic monuments. Palermo In the Palermo neighborhood, the largest in the city, we will be able to see: Los Bosques de Palermo, the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, Plaza Italia, the Malba Latin American Art Museum, the Hippodrome, among other attractions. Recoleta The Recoleta neighborhood, one of the most elegant in the city. As we cross this neighborhood we will be able to see the famous Recoleta Cemetery where famous people are buried, the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Carlos Thays Park, the renowned Law School, among other important attractions. San Nicolas The neighborhood of San Nicolás, the most central of the city, is home to the Obelisk, the Colón Theater and the famous Corrientes Avenue, known as "the avenue that never sleeps" due to its great theatrical and gastronomic offer. Monserrat Monserrat is the oldest neighborhood in the city, where the first Spanish settlers settled. It concentrates places of important historical interest such as: Plaza de Mayo, the Cabildo, the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Cathedral, Avenida de Mayo, among other well-known buildings. San Telmo The neighborhood of San Telmo, is one of the oldest and most traditional, home of the Casco Histórico and many tanguerías. We can find: Defensa Street, Lezama Park, the Casa Mínima, among other attractions. La Boca La Boca, experience a unique neighborhood in the world. We will walk between Caminito, the tenements and the soccer passion for Boca Juniors. The immigrants chose this place to settle down, due to the labor possibilities that existed. They built their houses of wood, sheet metal and asked for leftover paint in the shipyards to color the walls. Puerto Madero The neighborhood of Puerto Madero, one of the most modern, pays tribute to great women of Argentine history. Among its main attractions are the Puente de la Mujer (Women's Bridge), the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, and the Tango Monument, among others.

Buenos Aires in one day in electric scooter

5. Buenos Aires in one day in electric scooter

We are confident that this tour will be fascinating because it's impossible to ride e-scooters without smiling. Covering 16 km of this city on an e-scooter will be a truly authentic, relaxed, and fun experience, where the only problem will be messing up your hair with the wind. We will share interesting stories with you that will help you understand the roots of Argentine culture. We'll talk about the passion for soccer, the mystique of a good barbecue, the way of relating to authority, and, of course, that unique way of expressing themselves. In addition, we'll try the "alfajor," the "mate" known as the drink of the Gods, the famous "Fernet," the mysterious "chipá," and the highly acclaimed "Choripan with Chimichurri". Our ultimate goal is for you to fall in love with Buenos Aires as much as we have, so we'll share all its secrets and give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay in BA. Still not sure if this tour is perfect for you? Take a look: 16 km on e-scooters: Fun 1 - Fatigue 0. Small groups (Max 8): Be the star of the tour, not just another spectator. Surprise gift. Hasta la vista, baby... (っ▀¯▀)つ

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires with Local Guide

6. Private City Tour of Buenos Aires with Local Guide

Get to know Buenos Aires on this guided half day tour where you'll be driven to several stops in a private, air-conditioned vehicle, and also be walking between places. This is the perfect way to get an overview of the city upon arrival, or for those who have just a few hours in the city to walk. You will be able to tailor the tour to suit your needs. Among the stops are Alberto J. Armando Stadium (La Bombonera), Casa Rosada, and Recoleta Cemetery, but the entrance fees are extra. Remember that our prices are per vehicle up to four people. We collect our passengers from any hotel in Buenos Aires! -Check out monuments, stadiums, palaces, and more -Learn all about the city from your bilingual guide -Make a plan to visit some of the stops again, if you have the time

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires + Tigre Delta

7. Private City Tour of Buenos Aires + Tigre Delta

With this tour you will be able to explore Buenos Aires and Tigre City, including one hour boat trip through the Tigre Delta. The tour lasts a total of 9 hours, during which you will spend 1 (one) hour cruising through the fifth largest delta in the world, learning about the flora, fauna and small rivers that make up the delta. Get to know the city of Tigre with your private guide and have free time to visit Puerto de Frutos, the most typical handicraft market there. After Tigre and San Isidro, you will return to Buenos Aires, where you will be able to discover the main attractions, culture and curiosities of this vibrant city, accompanied by a local bilingual guide throughout the tour.

Downtown Buenos Aires in an electric scooter: easy and fun

8. Downtown Buenos Aires in an electric scooter: easy and fun

Exploring the downtown of this city on an e-scooter will be a truly authentic, relaxed, and fun experience, where the only problem will be messing up your hair with the wind during the 10 km ride. We will share interesting stories with you that will help you understand the roots of Argentine culture. We'll talk about the passion for soccer, the mystique of a good barbecue, the way of relating to authority, and of course, that unique way of expressing oneself. Additionally, we'll have a #MateTime, a special moment where you will learn how to prepare our mate tea and taste our typical alfajores. We want you to fall in love with BA (Buenos Aires) as much as we have, so we'll tell you all its secrets and give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay in the city. P.S.: We are not responsible if you fall in love with the city. Still not sure if this tour is perfect for you? Take a look at: • 10 km on e-scooters: Fun 1, Tired 0. • Small groups (Max 8): Be the star of the tour, not just another spectator. • Surprise gift. Now that you know more about our tour, we bet you've already made up your mind. We'll be waiting for you with the e-scooters fully charged. Hasta la vista, baby... (っ▀¯▀)つ Important<< Solo travelers: please inquire before booking. Maximum waiting time: 15 minutes Maximum weight: 260 pounds - 120 kg Essential to know how to ride a bicycle.

Buenos Aires: Private Argentinian Flavors Food Tour On Foot

9. Buenos Aires: Private Argentinian Flavors Food Tour On Foot

Buenos Aires is characterized by a wide gastronomic variety, from different regions and countries. In this tour you will be able to visit the most modern neighborhood of the city, admire its constructions, its buildings and outstanding emblems. While tasting typical Argentinean street food. Always accompanied by a guide, who will tell you curiosities, stories and secrets of this area of our city. The tour lasts approximately 120/150 minutes with different stops. You will also be able to admire the immense Rio de la Plata and its waterfront. We will also visit the famous and modern Puente de la Mujer, the Fountain of the Nereids and we will be able to see part of the Ecological Reserve of Buenos Aires, a green space on the Rio de la Plata.

Custom City Day

10. Custom City Day

🌆 How much do you know about Buenos Aires? Uncover the secrets of "La ciudad de la furia" on our comprehensive tour! This tour is conducted with private transportation and includes a lunch or dinner featuring traditional Argentinean cuisine. Admire iconic landmarks such as the Obelisk and Teatro Colon, wander through the vibrant neighborhoods of San Telmo and La Boca, and delve into the rich history, culture, and hidden treasures of Argentina's capital. What will we do? Our city tour spans from the lively "La Boca" neighborhood to the elegant "Recoleta" neighborhood. Along the way, we'll visit key points of interest like Caminito, San Telmo Market, Casa Rosada (Presidential Palace), Plaza de Mayo, Puente de la Mujer, The Congress, Colon Theater, Recoleta Cemetery, and much more! Itinerary: Starting time: we suggest 11AM but we can schedule the time you prefer! Pick up point: we can pick up guests at their accommodation, at the airport or ferry terminal (prices may vary according to the pick up point).  What is included: Guided tour, paid private transport, a lunch or dinner is included featuring traditional Argentinean cuisine. Duration: 5 hours  PD: 📣 Don't forget to show your appreciation! The hosts work hard to give you an unforgettable experience. Leaving a tip is a wonderful way to express your gratitude for their dedication and knowledge. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated! 💼👟🌟

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Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires: Our most recommended tours and activities

Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus w/ Audio Guide & City Pass

Buenos Aires: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus w/ Audio Guide & City Pass

The tour buses will take you around the most characteristic neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The bus route begins in the heart of the traditional neighborhood of Recoleta. Each open-top bus will allow you to enjoy panoramic views of historic and cultural sites and unique neighborhoods, brimming with Argentine culture. Buses run every 15 minutes, and the tour around the city takes 3 hours 20 minutes. It’s a Hop-On/Hop-Off service, which means you can get on and off the bus as many times as you like. The buses run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Route:  • Recoleta • Teatro Colón • Av. de Mayo • Plaza del Congreso • Paseo de la Historieta • San Telmo • Plaza Dorrego • La Bombonera (Boca Juniors stadium) • La Boca - Caminito • Puente de la Mujer • Puerto Madero • Galerías Pacífico • Plaza San Martín • Parque Thays • Floralis Genérica • MALBA • Planetario • Plaza Italia • Palermo Soho • Plaza Serrano • Bosques de Palermo • Monumento a los Españoles • Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Explore Buenos Aires Immersive Tour: Unique 5-hour tour

Explore Buenos Aires Immersive Tour: Unique 5-hour tour

Furia Tour: Our tour combines walking with short drives in the van to the next location, allowing you to relax and enjoy the sights of the city. We will first meet at the Cafe la Biela (by the red phone booths) and walk to Cementerio de la Recoleta, and spend 40 minutes exploring together: Step into the hallowed and infamous grounds of Recoleta Cemetery, where art and history converge amidst ornate mausoleums typical to Buenos Aires. Discover the final resting places of Argentina's most prominent figures, such as Evita, each tomb telling a unique story of the country's rich past. Puente de la Mujer, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires Argentina, 10 minutes We'll drive to the modern waterfront district of Puerto Madero, where sleek skyscrapers meet historic warehouses. We will pass by the Puente de la Mujer, a stunning pedestrian bridge that elegantly spans the Rio de la Plata, a contemporary structure. La Boca, 40 minutes We'll drive to La Boca, and pass by the famous stadium of Boca. We'll stroll around the infamous colorful corners of La Boca and stroll down El Caminito, a charming, busy, bohemian street filled with vibrant houses, tango and street art. San Telmo, 1 hour 10 minutes: We will explore the antique heart and soul of Buenos Aires in the historic neighborhood of San Telmo, where old architecture and history converge. Wander through the bustling San Telmo Market, where we will stop to enjoy a bite to eat of local empanadas or similar. Plaza de Mayo, and Cathedral of Buenos Aires 40 minutes: We will drive through the center of the city, passing historic corners and street art, before we stop at the iconic Casa Rosada or Pink House, the presidential palace that overlooks Plaza de Mayo. You'll hear the history of the iconic square, a central hub for political demonstrations and cultural events, and we will also visit the Cathedral of Buenos Aires. Finally, we hop in the van to drive past the 9 de Julio avenida, Teatro Colon, and finish the tour in front of the infamous Obelisco monument.

Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

Discover the most representative sites of the districts of San Telmo and Puerto Madero. San Telmo neighborhood is one of the oldest districts, known for its vibrant tango and arts scene, its antique markets and 19th-century decorations. Puerto Madero is the most modern part of the city with the revolving bridge of Puente de la Mujer, representing a couple dancing the Tango.  At Plaza de Mayo, admire the Metropolitan Cathedral, the colonial town hall of The Cabildo, and the Casa Rosada, the official residence of the President of Argentina. Then, walk to the Obelisco de Buenos Aires in the center of Avenida 9 de Julio, erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the city, and finish the walking tour in front of the Colon Theater.  The Colon Theater is considered one of the 5 best opera houses in the world for its size, acoustics, and trajectory. You can choose to add a 50-minute guided tour of the Colon Theater. Admire the stunning auditorium, main foyer, Gallery of Busts, and Golden Hall. Marvel at the stunning details of the building's stairs, sculptures, ceilings, stained glass, and more.  You can choose to add a visit to the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires). Board a public bus to the Palermo neighborhood to enter the museum that collects, preserves, studies, and disseminates Latin American art in all mediums. See approximately 400 works of art at your own pace and take the time to explore each room at leisure. You can choose to add a visit to the Teatro Colón and the MALBA. Your guide will wait for you while you take the guided tour of the theater before escorting you to the MALBA. 

Buenos Aires: Panoramic Bus Tour

Buenos Aires: Panoramic Bus Tour

This tour shows the culture, history and authenticity of Buenos Aires. Tour of approximately 3 hours aboard a panoramic bus with a bilingual guide. We will visit the most important areas of the city of great cultural and historical interest. Visit to the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city: - Palermo - Recoleta - San Nicolas - Monserrat - San Telmo - La Boca - Puerto Madero Includes photo stops at: - Plaza de Mayo (Monserrat) - Caminito (La Boca) Explore Buenos Aires with us! Retiro The Retiro neighborhood, both a financial and residential center, was the gateway for millions of immigrants between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. We find numerous attractions, such as: Plaza San Martin, the pedestrian street Florida, the Train Station, the Monumental Tower among other emblematic monuments. Palermo In the Palermo neighborhood, the largest in the city, we will be able to see: Los Bosques de Palermo, the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, Plaza Italia, the Malba Latin American Art Museum, the Hippodrome, among other attractions. Recoleta The Recoleta neighborhood, one of the most elegant in the city. As we cross this neighborhood we will be able to see the famous Recoleta Cemetery where famous people are buried, the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Carlos Thays Park, the renowned Law School, among other important attractions. San Nicolas The neighborhood of San Nicolás, the most central of the city, is home to the Obelisk, the Colón Theater and the famous Corrientes Avenue, known as "the avenue that never sleeps" due to its great theatrical and gastronomic offer. Monserrat Monserrat is the oldest neighborhood in the city, where the first Spanish settlers settled. It concentrates places of important historical interest such as: Plaza de Mayo, the Cabildo, the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Cathedral, Avenida de Mayo, among other well-known buildings. San Telmo The neighborhood of San Telmo, is one of the oldest and most traditional, home of the Casco Histórico and many tanguerías. We can find: Defensa Street, Lezama Park, the Casa Mínima, among other attractions. La Boca La Boca, experience a unique neighborhood in the world. We will walk between Caminito, the tenements and the soccer passion for Boca Juniors. The immigrants chose this place to settle down, due to the labor possibilities that existed. They built their houses of wood, sheet metal and asked for leftover paint in the shipyards to color the walls. Puerto Madero The neighborhood of Puerto Madero, one of the most modern, pays tribute to great women of Argentine history. Among its main attractions are the Puente de la Mujer (Women's Bridge), the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, and the Tango Monument, among others.

Buenos Aires in one day in electric scooter

Buenos Aires in one day in electric scooter

We are confident that this tour will be fascinating because it's impossible to ride e-scooters without smiling. Covering 16 km of this city on an e-scooter will be a truly authentic, relaxed, and fun experience, where the only problem will be messing up your hair with the wind. We will share interesting stories with you that will help you understand the roots of Argentine culture. We'll talk about the passion for soccer, the mystique of a good barbecue, the way of relating to authority, and, of course, that unique way of expressing themselves. In addition, we'll try the "alfajor," the "mate" known as the drink of the Gods, the famous "Fernet," the mysterious "chipá," and the highly acclaimed "Choripan with Chimichurri". Our ultimate goal is for you to fall in love with Buenos Aires as much as we have, so we'll share all its secrets and give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay in BA. Still not sure if this tour is perfect for you? Take a look: 16 km on e-scooters: Fun 1 - Fatigue 0. Small groups (Max 8): Be the star of the tour, not just another spectator. Surprise gift. Hasta la vista, baby... (っ▀¯▀)つ

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires with Local Guide

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires with Local Guide

Get to know Buenos Aires on this guided half day tour where you'll be driven to several stops in a private, air-conditioned vehicle, and also be walking between places. This is the perfect way to get an overview of the city upon arrival, or for those who have just a few hours in the city to walk. You will be able to tailor the tour to suit your needs. Among the stops are Alberto J. Armando Stadium (La Bombonera), Casa Rosada, and Recoleta Cemetery, but the entrance fees are extra. Remember that our prices are per vehicle up to four people. We collect our passengers from any hotel in Buenos Aires! -Check out monuments, stadiums, palaces, and more -Learn all about the city from your bilingual guide -Make a plan to visit some of the stops again, if you have the time

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires + Tigre Delta

Private City Tour of Buenos Aires + Tigre Delta

With this tour you will be able to explore Buenos Aires and Tigre City, including one hour boat trip through the Tigre Delta. The tour lasts a total of 9 hours, during which you will spend 1 (one) hour cruising through the fifth largest delta in the world, learning about the flora, fauna and small rivers that make up the delta. Get to know the city of Tigre with your private guide and have free time to visit Puerto de Frutos, the most typical handicraft market there. After Tigre and San Isidro, you will return to Buenos Aires, where you will be able to discover the main attractions, culture and curiosities of this vibrant city, accompanied by a local bilingual guide throughout the tour.

Downtown Buenos Aires in an electric scooter: easy and fun

Downtown Buenos Aires in an electric scooter: easy and fun

Exploring the downtown of this city on an e-scooter will be a truly authentic, relaxed, and fun experience, where the only problem will be messing up your hair with the wind during the 10 km ride. We will share interesting stories with you that will help you understand the roots of Argentine culture. We'll talk about the passion for soccer, the mystique of a good barbecue, the way of relating to authority, and of course, that unique way of expressing oneself. Additionally, we'll have a #MateTime, a special moment where you will learn how to prepare our mate tea and taste our typical alfajores. We want you to fall in love with BA (Buenos Aires) as much as we have, so we'll tell you all its secrets and give you the best recommendations to make the most of your stay in the city. P.S.: We are not responsible if you fall in love with the city. Still not sure if this tour is perfect for you? Take a look at: • 10 km on e-scooters: Fun 1, Tired 0. • Small groups (Max 8): Be the star of the tour, not just another spectator. • Surprise gift. Now that you know more about our tour, we bet you've already made up your mind. We'll be waiting for you with the e-scooters fully charged. Hasta la vista, baby... (っ▀¯▀)つ Important<< Solo travelers: please inquire before booking. Maximum waiting time: 15 minutes Maximum weight: 260 pounds - 120 kg Essential to know how to ride a bicycle.

Buenos Aires: Private Argentinian Flavors Food Tour On Foot

Buenos Aires: Private Argentinian Flavors Food Tour On Foot

Buenos Aires is characterized by a wide gastronomic variety, from different regions and countries. In this tour you will be able to visit the most modern neighborhood of the city, admire its constructions, its buildings and outstanding emblems. While tasting typical Argentinean street food. Always accompanied by a guide, who will tell you curiosities, stories and secrets of this area of our city. The tour lasts approximately 120/150 minutes with different stops. You will also be able to admire the immense Rio de la Plata and its waterfront. We will also visit the famous and modern Puente de la Mujer, the Fountain of the Nereids and we will be able to see part of the Ecological Reserve of Buenos Aires, a green space on the Rio de la Plata.

Custom City Day

Custom City Day

🌆 How much do you know about Buenos Aires? Uncover the secrets of "La ciudad de la furia" on our comprehensive tour! This tour is conducted with private transportation and includes a lunch or dinner featuring traditional Argentinean cuisine. Admire iconic landmarks such as the Obelisk and Teatro Colon, wander through the vibrant neighborhoods of San Telmo and La Boca, and delve into the rich history, culture, and hidden treasures of Argentina's capital. What will we do? Our city tour spans from the lively "La Boca" neighborhood to the elegant "Recoleta" neighborhood. Along the way, we'll visit key points of interest like Caminito, San Telmo Market, Casa Rosada (Presidential Palace), Plaza de Mayo, Puente de la Mujer, The Congress, Colon Theater, Recoleta Cemetery, and much more! Itinerary: Starting time: we suggest 11AM but we can schedule the time you prefer! Pick up point: we can pick up guests at their accommodation, at the airport or ferry terminal (prices may vary according to the pick up point).  What is included: Guided tour, paid private transport, a lunch or dinner is included featuring traditional Argentinean cuisine. Duration: 5 hours  PD: 📣 Don't forget to show your appreciation! The hosts work hard to give you an unforgettable experience. Leaving a tip is a wonderful way to express your gratitude for their dedication and knowledge. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated! 💼👟🌟

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4.8
(5 reviews)

They wrote to me the day before to notify me of the time when the driver could be picking me up in the hotel lobby, and the driver arrived exactly at the time they indicated. The place is very nice and traditional, the food was very good and the show was excellent.

Our tour guide Gerard, was excellent. He was very flexible and accomodative. He was very knowledgeable about the history of Argentina. Thank you, Gerard for showing us your wonderful city, Buenos Aires. Dona, Shantha and friends. .

Interesting for anyone visiting the city for the first time - audio guide with exciting background information on the most important places in the city.

My guide Rueben was the best. Very personable. And flexible in terms of altering the plan

Great experience loved all of it. Don’t think twice.