INFO AND RESERVATIONS
SUSPENSION OF TOURS
In the framework of the sanitary announcement disposed by the National Government, we decided to SUSPEND ALL OUR TOURS until further notice to prevent the circulation of the Coronavirus.
We invite you to visit us later.
Schedule: Monday to Saturday
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting Point: Plaza Serrano (a.k.a. Plaza Cortazar) in Palermo. Corner of Jorge Luis Borges and Honduras St.
Even if it Rains!
Only $700 ARS or $10 usd per person.
Graffiti Tour Buenos Aires Highlights
- “Graffiti bakground concepts”
- “Street Art in Argentina”
- “Worldwide Wall Paste up”
- “Mural of the dreams”
- “Martin Ron: selfie girl”
- “Alfredo Segatori trash mural”
Check our Meeting Point
Photo of the Meeting Point
Activities to do in Buenos Aires
Jewish Community Buenos Aires, a tour of the neighborhoods where this great community of the city is located. Although there were several neighborhoods where Jewish immigrants and descendants settled, there are seven that are the most important. They are found in an extension from Once (Almagro), Barracas and La Boca, Flores, Villa Crespo, reaching Belgrano […]Read more 0
Bird Watching Buenos Aires, a current and free way of ecotourism in the middle of the city! Doing bird watching as leisure is a great way to go sightseeing, especially to get to know unusual places. Even if you think that Buenos Aires is a great city, you will be surprised by the amount of […]Read more 0
Independence Day of Argentina, the liberation of the country in 1816. July 9 is commemorated the day of the liberation of the Argentine people from the monarchy of Spain, since on that date, but in 1816, the events that began with the May Revolution of 1810 were completed. Revolution, we invite you to read this […]Read more 0
Memory Park, a space for reflection, homage, testimonies and memories. Unfortunately, our country has suffered episodes of State Terrorism, being really difficult and tedious times for all of society. Those times left thousands of marks and victims that will always be in the memory of the Argentine people. The Memory Park is a space made […]Read more 0