RECOLETA CEMETERY TOUR
ONLY $10 usd OR $2000ars PER PERSON
Booking has no cost. Payment for the tour is in person once you show up at the meeting point.
INFO AND RESERVATION
ATTENTION: From Monday April 18th 2022, in order to join this tour you need previously to acquire the mandatory entrance ticket to the Recoleta Cemetery. The ticket price is 1400ARS for foreign visitors to be paid to the government of the City of Buenos Aires. . You can buy this ticket at the cemetery entrance (only credit cards accepted).
Once you have paid for your ticket you can join our tour. Our tour guide will be waiting for you right next to the ticket case, so it will be very easy to get your ticket and join him/her right away.
Our tour price is 10usd or 2000 pesos per person and does not include the entrance ticket. You will pay this price in person in cash to the tour guide and the end of the tour.
Price: $10 usd or $2000 per person. (Does not include the cemetery entrance ticket)
Schedule: Mondays & Fridays
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting Point: Gate of the Recoleta Cemetery. Junin 1760 Click here for Google Maps
Even if it Rains!
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"
Check our Meeting Point
Photo of the Meeting Point
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