The Daily Buenos Aires City Tour in English

Buenos Aires City tour Welcome to the essential Buenos Aires City Tour. This walking tour is an easy stroll through Argentina history and the most popular Buenos Aires attractions. Find out why Buenos Aires is one of the most interesting cities in the world.

Highlights of the Daily Buenos Aires City Tour.

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On this tour you will see the Casa Rosada (the big pink house) where the president of Argentina has his office. It is also where Eva Peron spoke to an audience of millions.


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-Beautiful Plaza De Mayo- The center of Buenos Aires and Argentina history and also where the women still mourn their missing loved ones.


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-Ave de Mayo- the center of Buenos Aires

-The Cabildo – one of the oldest structures in the city

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-The Catherdral – This amazing church is where the famous San Marin is buried.

-Ave 9 De Julio – the widest street in the world

-The Buenos Aires Subway- oldest in South America

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-The Congress – where protests take place and laws are made.

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-Amazing architecture-

-Buenos Aires hotels and hostels

-Buenos Aires restaurants-

-Buenos Aires shopping-

-Buenos Aires nighlife


Eva Peron 

Eva Peron and the Peron era –

-National monuments and amazing statues-

Buenos Aires City Tour Time – This tour is available any day of the week at 3pm. If is also possible to schedule a different time. Please contact us to make your reservation.

Place – This tour meets directly next to the large national monument called the Obelisko. There is a small concrete island in the center of Corrientes and Ave de Mayo where the Obelisko is located. (see arrow). Your tour guide will be wearing a black hat.

How To Get There – You can walk there from just about anywhere in the central downtown. Or you can take subway. (Contact us for more help.)

Price – The price for this daily Buenos Aires walking tour is only 30 pesos per person.($10USD)

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2 Responses to “Buenos Aires City Tour”

  1. 1 amit runwal October 20, 2006 at 5:14 am

    please give some more details i wouldbe coming to Buenos Aires for official visit.

  2. 2 Hermann Weil January 16, 2011 at 8:42 pm

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    we are a tour operator in Germany. I shall bring a small group (6 pax + me) to Buenos Aires after having made a trip to Patagonia. I shall arrive in BA march 4th at 14:42 at Newberry airport. Our hotel in BA I have booked already.

    I am looking for a program in BA and found your website.
    interesting to me seems to have a city-sight seeing, preferably in German or in English, tango, el tigre, trip to Montevideo and spend 1 day + 1 night there.

    Do you have any suggestions ?

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Tom Wick is an American expat living in Buenos Aires. An expert travel consultant and tour guide offering free travel inforamtion and private guided tours of Buenos Aires.

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