Private Tour: Buenos Aires Like a Local

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  • Private Tour
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  • 5 hr

Escape the tourist path with this locals’ tour of Buenos Aires. Your porteño guide will share insider knowledge of the city as you explore on foot and by public transport. See the Plaza de Mayo and other major sites through the eyes of a local, as your guide points out hidden cafés, rare specialist shops, and little-known architectural details. You’ll also discover two beautiful residential areas, Recoleta and Palermo. • Get off the beaten path and experience Buenos Aires like a true porteño • Discover city secrets and favorite local hangouts • Completely customizable tour can be shaped around your interests • Chance to experience public transport without navigation hassles

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Class Adventure Travel

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Plaza de Mayo

Set off on a half-day walking tour with your own private guide, learning all about the history and culture of beautiful Buenos Aires. Your guide will be a real porteño (resident of the city), who knows every barrio like the back of his/her hand. Together, you'll head off to explore some of the city's historical hotspots, as well as some of the favorite local hangouts of your guides. It's a great mix of experiences thrown into one. Getting an inside glimpse of Buenos Aires, you'll go far beyond the guidebooks and swerve the tourist crowds, allowing you to see a different side of the city. At times, you'll take public transport to cover the larger distances, while most of the tour will be on foot. After a few hours with your personal guide, the tour will finish at one of his/her favorite restaurants, where you can grab a well-deserved bite to eat (lunch not included). It's a brilliant way to get a peek into the real porteño way of life.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Calle Defensa

San Telmo is a bohemian area full of history and antiques.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: La Boca

Caminito is the most well-kept street of what early 20th century La Boca looked like when it was full of immigrants. The multi-color houses are what gave the neighborhood its picturesque look. Optionally, you can choose to visit Boca Juniors Stadium (not included).

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Recoleta

Recoleta was the area were rich families had their estates and also housed the cementery where many historical figures have their last rest.

Duration: 1 hour
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