INFO AND RESERVATIONS
Price: $10 usd or $2000 per person.
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting Point: San Ignacio Church. Bolivar Street 225.
Even if it Rains!
On the San Telmo tour we will walk the oldest streets of Buenos Aires, learning about colonial BA and the crucial moments of Argentine history. Cobblestone streets and beautiful XIXth century buildings will frame our tour talking about immigration into the city and the creation of the modern local culture, including Mafalda (the most famous little girl from Buenos Aires), the traditional San Telmo Food Market and the unique Sunday street Fair. We will see the market and the fair, explaining all their history and characteristics. Sunday is the day San Telmo becomes alive: the streets get full of music, color, art, and culture! Join us on one of the most special things to do in the city, join our San Telmo tour!
San Telmo Tour Highlights
- San Ignacio Colonial Church
- English Invasions
- Santo Domingo
- La historieta ride
- Minimal House
- Conventillos, colony and immigration
- San Telmo Market
Check our Meeting Point
Photo of the Meeting Point
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