Buenos Aires Tour: 3-hour Private Jewish Heritage Tour City, Historical and Theme Tours

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About this experience

DURATION: 3 hours STARTING TIME: Flexible between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm MEETING POINT: At centrally located hotels, Airbnbs & port LANGUAGES: English, Spanish & Portuguese MOBILE TICKET: Use your phone or print your ticket OPENING SEASONS: All year round, daily (except December 24th, 25th, 31st & Jan 1st) WHO CAN COME: Buenos Aires tour -Jewish heritage tour is private. Only your group will participate

Overview

Take a 3-hour private Jewish heritage tour in Buenos Aires and uncover the rich history and cultural heritage of Argentina’s big Jewish community. Enjoy a hassle-free pick-up service and then follow your informative guide to sightsee important neighborhoods such as Once and see sites like the Libertad Synagogue, the AMIA, among others.

Highlights

✔ Visit Plaza Lavalle to see the first important Jewish settlement in Buenos Aires
✔ Get to know the first Temple of the Jewish Community of Israel in the Argentinian capital
✔ Have an outlook to AMIA building, rebuilt on the ruins of the old building completely destroyed in a terrorist attempt
✔ See Plaza Embajada de Israel, where Israel Embassy was before the terrorist attack in 1992
✔ Visit Israel Embassy Square on Arroyo St., a place occupied by the original embassy before a terrorist attempt.
✔ Sightsee around Once, the most important jewish neighborhood in Buenos Aires

About this experience

DURATION: 3 hours
STARTING TIME: Flexible between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm
MEETING POINT: At centrally located hotels, Airbnbs & port
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish & Portuguese
MOBILE TICKET: Use your phone or print your ticket
OPENING SEASONS: All year round, daily (except December 24th, 25th, 31st & Jan 1st)
WHO CAN COME: Buenos Aires tour -Jewish heritage tour is private. Only your group will participate

Description - What to expect

Buenos Aires Tour - Jewish Heritage Tour Itinerary

◾ Once Neighborhood where most of the community lives and runs their business. An outlook to some synagogues.

◾ Congregacion Israelita de la Republica Argentina
The Synagogue of the Israelite Congregation of the Argentine Republic, also known as Templo Libertad, was the first synagogue built in Buenos Aires and the oldest in the country. It was declared a National Historic Monument in December 2000.

◾ Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina
The Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, AMIA, is a center of the Jewish community. Its main objectives are to promote the welfare and development of the Argentine Jewish community and to keep the traditions and values ​​of that community alive. On July 18, 1994, the headquarters of AMIA was the target of an attack through a car bomb. It was the largest terrorist attack in Argentine history, with 85 people dead and 300 wounded.

◾Plaza Embajada de Israel
A square where the Israel embassy was and where we honor the victims of a terrorist attack on the embassy that occurred on March 17, 1992 at 2:45 p.m. (local time) when a Ford F-100 van driven by a suicide bomber was loaded with explosives and crashed into the front of the building causing the destruction of the embassy.

Free Cancellation

Free cancelation is available for this Buenos Aires tour. Cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.

What's included, what's not

✔ Licensed guide specialized in Judaism
✔ Hotel pickup and drop-off (downtown hotels & selected areas)
✔ Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
✔ All taxes, fees, and handling charges
✖ Food and drinks
✖ Entrance fees (Eg. Libertad Synagogue & Jewish Museum US$ 10.- per person, cash only)
✖ Donations (TZEDAKAH) to the jewish institutions visited during this tour (cash only)
✖ Gratuities 10% (cash only)

Bring with you

For this Buenos Aires tour please bring comfortable shoes and your Passports

Cutoff time before activity

  • 2 days

Prepare for the experience

◾ Pick-up is offered from centrally located Buenos Aires hotels & Airbnb in Puerto Madero, Retiro, Palermo, Recoleta & San Telmo. For other areas, please consult
◾ Guests at hotels should wait in the lobby and advise at the front desk
◾ Guests at cruise port "Quinquela Martin" should look for a sign with their names after customs at door # 12
Ending Point: same as starting point.

Health and safety

◾ Safety measures
All areas that customers touch are regularly cleaned
Customers must keep their distance in vehicles
The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Contactless payments for add-ons
Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
◾ Guest requirements
Travelers must bring and wear masks

Description - What to expect

Buenos Aires Tour - Jewish Heritage Tour Itinerary ◾ Once Neighborhood where most of the community lives and runs their business. An outlook to some synagogues. ◾ Congregacion Israelita de la Republica Argentina The Synagogue of the Israelite Congregation of the Argentine Republic, also known as Templo Libertad, was the first synagogue built in Buenos Aires and the oldest in the country. It was declared a National Historic Monument in December 2000. ◾ Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina The Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, AMIA, is a center of the Jewish community. Its main objectives are to promote the welfare and development of the Argentine Jewish community and to keep the traditions and values ​​of that community alive. On July 18, 1994, the headquarters of AMIA was the target of an attack through a car bomb. It was the largest terrorist attack in Argentine history, with 85 people dead and 300 wounded. ◾Plaza Embajada de Israel A square where the Israel embassy was and where we honor the victims of a terrorist attack on the embassy that occurred on March 17, 1992 at 2:45 p.m. (local time) when a Ford F-100 van driven by a suicide bomber was loaded with explosives and crashed into the front of the building causing the destruction of the embassy.
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