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: Every Day
Start: 10:30 am
Duration: 3.5 hours
Meeting Point: Corner of Libertad and Viamonte, next to Teatro Colón.
No need of Booking. Just Show up!
Language: English & Español.
Even if it Rains!
Free Tour. Based on Tips
On this Recoleta Tour you will enjoy a walk through the beautiful parks, monuments and palaces of one of the most luxurious neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. We will tell you all the secrets that each prominent site hides so that you can discover the aristocratic area of the city. You will also meet the generation that made Buenos Aires the capital of South America. We will start the tour at the Teatro Colón and Tribunales. Then, we will walk through the most striking streets of the Retiro and Recoleta neighborhoods, and we will finish at the renowned Recoleta Cemetery.
Free Tour Recoleta Highlights
- Teatro Colón
- Av. 9 de Julio
- Aristocratic families and palaces
- San Martín & Independence war
- The Big Ben of South America
- Plaza San Martín
- Malvinas/Falklands War
- Terrorist Attacks
- The Posh Buenos Aires
- Fanciest Avenue in Buenos Aires
- Colonial Franciscan Convent
- Great intro to Recoleta Cemetery
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Photo of the Meeting Point
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