quality and most enjoyable private guided
tours of Buenos Aires and its outskirts
An overall introductory tour led by an
English-speaking guide who will introduce
you to a wide array of Buenos
and points of interest. We recommend four
hours for this tour, so as to include ample
time to not only drive, but also have a
walk through downtown and historical areas
which shed light into the development of
Ideal for first-time visitors, the tour
includes highlights such as Plaza
Lavalle Square, the Justice Palace, the
Colon Theatre, Congress Square, Recoleta and many other buildings buildings and
palaces of architectural, historical and
This tour will give you an in depth view of the highlights and major attractions in town.
will tour in a comfortable car through
Buenos Aires´ different neighbourhoods,
stopping when you like to get a feel of
each, to take photographs and to walk through
a sampling of historic districts. When
you have finished, you will have identified
those parts that appeal to you the most,
so that you know best how to use the rest
of your time in Buenos
The following are some of the neighbourhoods
and monuments this private BuenosAires tour includes: Plaza
de Mayo, May
San Telmo, Dorrego
Puerto Madero, Florida
San Martin, Recoleta, Palermo, Recoleta
Cemetery and Palermo.
* Professional, licensed Tour Guide and
driver will accompany your private tour.
* Speak with your tour guide before the
tour to plan it.
* Buenos Aires Hotel pick-up and drop-off
included in price.
* Amend itinerary anyway you wish.
Visit the most emblematic places and buildings
in Buenos Aires that tell us about the
Jewish History and traditions. How did
the Jewish community begin to grow in Buenos
Aires? Where did its members hail from?
What is the experience for a Jewish person
living in a Catholic country? How were
Jewish citizens affected by the military
government? Find out these answers and
much more as you visit a local synagogue,
a memorial of the former Israeli Embassy
building, and stroll through Once, Buenos
Aires equivalent to the Lower East Side
in New York.
We visit: Jewish neighbourhoods, Ashkenazi
Synagogue in Once, a Sefardic Synagogue
in Barracas, the main Jewish Institution
of Argentina, the only Rabbinical Seminary
in South America, among other Jewish sites
is a detailed tour of Buenos
architecture and landmarks. It’s the perfect
way of getting your bearings in the city
and discovering all the latest architectural
gems. Explore the influences from Europe,
from Colonial times to Renaissance, from
Art Nouveau to those buildings constructed
during the military regime. We include
stop offs at some of Buenos
impressive monuments, including one by
sculptor Lola Mora that was outrageous
for its time. We are confident you will
enjoy a fabulous day sightseeing.
Highlights of the Tour:
• On this tour you will see some of the
great buildings of Buenos
Aires and learn
how local history reveals itself in a collection
of some remarkable structures, streets
and public squares.
• Among the buildings and mansions that
we will see and visit are the Colon Theatre,
the Barolo Building, The Estrugamou Palace,
San Martín Palace, Military Circle, Kavanagh
Building, Santisimo Sacramento Basilica.
The Spanish Club, The Argentine Yatch Club,
the Nereids Fountain.
Walking Tours With the Best Tour Guides
of Buenos Aires
Aires is a walking city. To experience the full
fabric-the sights, sounds, smells and tastes
of Buenos Aires neighbourhoods, a person must
walk them. Each walking tour explores a unique
and special district of Buenos
Aires and they
combine the historical development of the area
with a detailed discussion of its inhabitants
and cultural legacy.
• Experience Buenos Aires in the way locals
• Learn about the history, culture, architecture
and charm of Buenos Aires
• You are free to amend the tour itinerary
anyway you wish and our tour guides will contact
you a few days prior to discuss your tour with
These 6 walking tours will lead visitors into
what we feel are some of the most interesting
and important of Buenos Aires neighbourhoods:
Recoleta, Palermo, San
Monserrat and Plaza