Private City Tour of the City of Buenos Aires with a local guide

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Our VIP Private City Tour will allow you to discover a large number of attractions and curiosities of the city of Buenos Aires in a relaxed and exclusive atmosphere with a bilingual guide. The tour is ideal to do during the first days of your stay in the city. It is also perfectly suited for those cruise passengers, or in transit, who have few hours to walk. If you already know the city, we offer you the possibility to personalize the tour and visit those places that you have not yet visited.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Caminito

Caminito is the most famous pedestrian street in Buenos Aires. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city due to its colorful houses and its deep historical and cultural significance. Caminito is located in the popular La Boca neighborhood, on the coast of the Riachuelo River and just 400 meters from La Bombonera, the Boca Juniors stadium. It is a 150 meter long curved pedestrian walkway where important artistic works can be seen.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Mafalda Statue

The Mafalda Monument is a sculpture dedicated to the most famous character of the cartoonist Quino: 'Mafalda' in which it could be seen materialized on a bench resting. The Mafalda Monument is located a few meters from where the artist lived, in the San Telmo neighborhood where a plaque that says 'Mafalda lived here' remembers him.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Estadio Alberto J. Armando (La Bombonera)

Recognized by various international media as one of the most emblematic soccer stadiums in the world, and declared of "sports, tourist and cultural interest in the city of Buenos Aires", it was inaugurated on May 25, 1940. Diego Armando Maradona defined this stadium like "The temple of the Mouth". Likewise, various sports glories such as Pelé, Zico, Andrés Iniesta and Thierry Henry, among others, have declared that at the Boca Juniors stadium there is a good experience. The stadium has a capacity for 40,000 seated spectators and 57,000 seated and standing spectators.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Avenida de Mayo

Inspired by Madrid's Gran Vía, Avenida de Mayo is one of the largest and most important arteries in Buenos Aires. Tour the city from Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada on one end, to the National Congress building on the other. Officially opened in 1894, it is worth going through, as it is like taking a trip through the entire history of the city.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Mercado de San Telmo

It is a large indoor market that is located in the San Telmo neighborhood. Although it preserves old shops selling vegetables and meat, today it is a tourist place and antique dealers abound. The old stalls "in the neighborhood" that have been preserved for several decades coexist with antique dealers, more recent and related as the tourist boom in San Telmo. The building also includes some premises that have their own entrance from the street, including greengrocers, liquor stores, a restaurant and two notable bars: "San Pedro Telmo", and "La Coruña" .1

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Puente de la Mujer

The Puente de la Mujer, one of the emblems of the Puerto Madero neighborhood, is the first work in Latin America by the renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and represents another example of the City permanently seeking to position itself at the forefront of art and architecture in the entire region. It is a revolving pedestrian bridge with one of the largest turning mechanisms in the world, designed to allow the passage of sailing vessels that navigate the docks of Puerto Madero. The work, made in Spain and donated to the City by a private individual, represents the image of a couple dancing tango, where the white pole symbolizes the man and the curved silhouette of the bridge is the woman.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Casa Rosada

It is a palace located in front of the Plaza de Mayo that functions as the seat of the National Government. This imposing pink building occupies the site where the Fort of Buenos Aires was erected in 1580. It was the residence of Spanish viceroys and then housed, with some reforms, the authorities of the successive national governments. The current building is the product of the merger of two previous constructions: the presidential headquarters and the Palacio de Correos (on the corner of Hipólito Yrigoyen and Balcarce).

Duration: 30 minutes

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It is the main seat of the Catholic Church of Argentina. In addition to being located in a key area of the City of Buenos Aires, it has a long history of disappointments in its construction. The current building is the sixth construction that has been carried out in this place since the second foundation of the City of Buenos Aires. Its final structure is neoclassical and has a profile rarely used in cathedrals, giving it a closer resemblance to a Greek temple than to the classic Catholic building.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Rosedal De Palermo

Within the Parque 3 de Febrero, in Palermo, is the Rosedal, with a collection of more than 18,000 roses and a lake that surrounds it. It occupies a space that belonged to the fifth of Juan Manuel de Rosas, until it was defeated on February 3, 1852 in the Battle of Caseros. The work began with the landscaper Carlos Thays, the same one who built the Botanical Garden, Avellaneda Park and Lezama Park, among others. Then his disciple Benito Carrasco finished it in 1914. Every July when the pruning season begins, residents and tourists approach gardeners to receive flowers or cuttings from which new species can reproduce. In this way, in winter the roses bloom healthy and strong to reach the maximum development point in October.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Cemiterio de Recoleta

It is located in the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood, which owes its name to the fact that there was the convent of the Recoletos monks, to which the neighboring Basilica Nuestra Señora del Pilar also belonged (the cemetery was built in the old garden of the monks ). It is the most visited in the city, for its numerous and imposing mausoleums and vaults, belonging to many of the main protagonists of Argentine history, such as that of Eva Perón (Evita), one of the most popular tombs. Likewise, it is worth a visit for its architectural value, since it is a sample of the times when the country was an emerging economic power and the main families of the city competed to build splendid pantheons. Many of the vaults and mausoleums are the work of important architects and are adorned with marbles and sculptures; more than 90 vaults have been declared a National Historic Monument.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: El Ateneo Grand Splendid

The Athenaeum Grand Splendid was chosen by the British newspaper The Guardian as the second largest bookstore in the world. Built on the former Grand Splendid movie theater in the Recoleta neighborhood, it retains its former splendor and elegance, with the frescoed cupola, original railings, and intact decor. On the old stage - with the velvet curtain ajar - there is a bar that invites you to sit book in hand. You can also take advantage of the armchairs that are on both sides of the main room or be located in the exclusive boxes that work as small reading rooms. In the basement there is a sector dedicated to children's books, and the upper floor is dedicated to samples and exhibitions.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Floralis Generica

This imposing 20-meter-high sculpture that dominates the United Nations square was donated to the City of Buenos Aires by its author, the Argentine architect Eduardo Catalano. It is made of stainless steel and aluminum and weighs 18 tons. It is the first sculpture in movement controlled by a hydraulic system and photoelectric cells. The work was inaugurated on April 13, 2002. Its name, "Floralis Generica", is a tribute to all the flowers. It is about the projection of a dream of its creator, that of building a large-scale structure that reflects the dynamism of our time. - At each tourist point they will go down and have between 15 and 20 minutes to take photos. -the guide will be with you at all times and will help you in each photo -I will tell you all the history of Buenos Aires and how it developed over the years. -know the most beautiful bookstore in the world

Duration: 10 minutes
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