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Buenos Aires private city tour

Discover why Buenos Aires is affectionately known as the ‘Paris of South America’ with this private tour of Argentina’s elegant capital. Enjoy the freedom of the city’s abundant parklands and boulevards, exploring the centre and discovering some of the traditional neighbourhoods and as well as the most significant landmarks.

The tour starts with a drive down Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the widest boulevards in the world, passing the famous Obelisk that commemorates the fourth centenary of the city’s foundation. Stop at the Plaza de Mayo to visit the Casa Rosada, as the presidential palace is popularly known, and the magnificent Metropolitan Cathedral with its impressive neo-classical façade and mausoleum of national hero General San Martin. See also the Cabildo museum, located in the former headquarters of the Spanish colonial administration.

Next it’s on to the colourful district of La Boca, where the first Italian immigrants settled in 1851. The neighbourhood is a major attraction because of its vibrant street life and the brightly painted homes of Caminito, the area’s main artery.

Continue to the remarkable Recoleta Cemetery, considered one of the world’s most beautiful graveyards and which is the final resting place of many of Argentina’s great and good (as well as some villains) including famous patriots, several presidents, Nobel laureates and Evita. The tour ends with a drive around the chic Recoleta quarter with its exclusive boutiques and restaurants, before returning to your hotel. Discover why Buenos Aires is affectionately known as the ‘Paris of South America’ with this private tour of Argentina’s elegant capital. Enjoy the freedom of the city’s abundant parklands and boulevards, exploring the centre and discovering some of the traditional neighbourhoods and as well as the most significant landmarks. Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotels.

Duration: Approximately 5 hours.

Start/opening time: 9am.

End/closing time: 2pm.

Others: Please wear clothing that conceals the shoulders, legs and arms when visiting religious sites.