INFORMATION OF THE TOUR
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: Gate of the Recoleta Cemetery. Junin 1760
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No need of Booking. Just Show up!
Even if it Rains!
Only $700 ARS or $10 usd per person.
A tour dedicated especially to the Recoleta Cemetery, one of the most wonderful and captivating places in Buenos Aires! In this tour we are going to see the most classic and mysterious stories in almost 2 hours. The tour includes the story of the death and burial of Eva Perón, a fascinating story to discover one of the most famous and controversial personalities in the country, as well as historical, architectural data of the vaults and artistic heritage.
Recoleta Cemetery Tour Highlights
- Evita's Grave
- "The Sailor and his Daughter"
- "The Grotto"
- "The Girl who Died Twice"
- "The Wild Bull of the Pampas"
- "The Gravekeeper"
- "Till Death do us Part"
- "Knights of the Night"
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Photo of the Meeting Point
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