Posted on 03/05/2021
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Buenos Aires Sightseeing: Half-day Small-Group Buenos Aires City Tour

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Take a Buenos Aires Sightseeing and discover the history and culture of this amazing city in a fun and interactive way. This small-group, guided tour, takes you through city parks, past French-style mansions, and national monuments as you walk through the neighborhoods of Puerto Madero, San Telmo, and more.

◾ Visit Plaza de Mayo, a historical and civic place
◾ Enjoy sightseeing the old neighborhood of San Telmo
◾ Walk around La Boca, a colorful area in the south of Buenos Aires
◾ Get to know the new neighborhood of Puerto Madero by the river
◾ See Puente de la Mujer, a famous bridge in Puerto Madero
◾ Have an outlook to Torre Monumental, the local Big Ben
◾ Tour around Recoleta and visit its famous cemetery
◾ Stroll on Avenida 9 De Julio, the main avenue with famous buildings like the Opera House

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Free cancellation available

About this experience

DURATION: 4.5 hours
STARTING TIME: 9.0 am & 2.00 pm
MEETING POINT: At your centrally located hotel
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish & Portuguese
MOBILE TICKET: Use your phone or print your ticket
GROUP SIZE: Up to 12 people
OPENING SEASONS: All year round, daily
WHO CAN COME: Buenos Aires Sightseeing is suitable for anyone regardless of age. Accessible for wheelchairs (not every surface) as long as it is foldable and has the help of a companion.

Description - What to expect

Your Buenos Aires sightseeing starts with a pick-up from your centrally located hotel. Meet your guide and embark on a journey to discover the beauty and charm of Buenos Aires City. Walk along its vast Avenida 9 de Julio and admire the Opera House (Teatro Colón) and the city’s symbolic Obelisk, erected in 1936 to commemorate Buenos Aires 400th anniversary.

Next to your Buenos Aires sightseeing, visit the civic and historical center of Plaza de Mayo, the Government House (Casa Rosada), the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Cabildo. Then, explore the home of tango in avant-garde San Telmo and see the brilliantly painted houses of La Boca, first settled by Italian immigrants that arrived in the second half of the XIX century.

Continue your Buenos Aires sightseeing with a visit to Puerto Madero, one of the newest and more expensive neighborhoods in town, before you continue to Retiro and Palermo residential areas surrounded by french style parks. End your Buenos Aires sightseeing with an attempt to discover the more sophisticated side of Buenos Aires in the upscale area of La Recoleta. Find elegant boutiques, excellent restaurants, and outdoor coffee shops to have some relaxing time before your drop-off back at your hotel.

What's included, what's not

✔ Hotel pickup & drop-off
✔ Professional tour guide
✔ An air-conditioned vehicle & licensed driver
✔ All taxes, fees, and handling charges
✖ Food & drinks
✖ Visit to the Government House (Casa Rosada)
✖ Gratuities

Who can come/Other requirements

◾ Buenos Aires sightseeing is wheelchair and stroller accessible. The wheelchair must be foldable and the passenger must have the assistance of someone accompany him.
◾ Infants must sit on laps.

Cutoff time before activity

  • 24 hours

Prepare for the experience - Important information

◾ Pick-up is offered from centrally located Buenos Aires hotels, Puerto Madero, Retiro, Recoleta & San Telmo. For other areas, please consult.
◾ Buenos Aires sightseeing ends at the same point as that of departure, except if you choose the additional option for lunch or sailing, in which case it ends in Puerto Madero.

COVID-19 - Update information

◾ 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
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival