Full day in San Telmo & Downtown, the best attractions so that you don’t miss these wonderful neighborhoods of Buenos Aires …
In addition to our Free Buenos Aires Tours, we also have suggested itineraries. These are tours that you can do on your own, like this one that we tell you about now!
In this case, we present you a full day in San Telmo and in the Center of the city of Buenos Aires, commonly known as Microcentro.
- Sunday: San Telmo Market.
Visit Manzana de las Luces
Historical and architectural tour. The Manzana de las Luces is made up of the Church of San Ignacio, the National College of Buenos Aires, and the old University of Buenos Aires.
It is named after the renowned and historic intellectual institutions.
Then, you can take Balcarce Street and head south, appreciating some of the cartoons that reflect Argentine society.
It is a section of the Paseo de la Historieta where you can see Mafalda, Isidro Cañones, Larguirucho, Matías and Clemente.
On the way to Plaza Dorrego, you can visit the narrowest house in Buenos Aires.
Located on San Lorenzo y Defensa street, its limited size will call your attention a lot!
Anibal Troilo Mural
San Telmo is a neighborhood of Tango like La Boca and Almagro.
On Av. Independencia and Av. Colón there is a very beautiful mural dedicated to one of the glories of tango, the bandoneonist Anibal Troilo.
If it is Sunday, you can visit the fair, if not, you can enjoy other days of the week, since it is a historic square with recycled mansions from the 19th century that completely surround it.
In these old mansions, you can find cafes, restaurants and antique shops.
It is a historic square because the independence of 1816 was announced to the people of the city there.
City Center Tour
At night, you can take advantage of your visit to the center to enjoy the Tango Show at the Tortoni Historic Café.
It is one of the cheapest shows without including dinner. It is important to make the reservation in advance. To read more about Café Tortoni click here!