Buenos Aires Highlights
This scenic Buenos Aires tour showcases the city's spacious parks, fashionable shops, and famed architecture. From motoring by the vibrant Caminito street museum in the renowned La Boca barrio, where the first Italian immigrants settled in 1851, to driving along the the world's widest boulevard, the city's Latin flavor and European structural influences will absolutely amaze you.
Buenos Aires is the most popular travel destination in South America. After visiting these must see tour sites, you will know why. Plaza de Mayo is the heart of this capital city and the site of the May 25, 1810 revolution, which led to Argentina's independence. It's now the country's political hub, bordered by La Casa Rosada, a baby pink building, and office of the Argentine President.
Equally astounding is the 19th-century Neoclassical facade of the Metropolitan Cathedral (housing the Mausoleum of General San Martin, the primary leader responsible for Argentina's independence) and the regal Cabildo (the Colonial Town Hall). These sights will remind you of a European capital enhanced by Argentine style. Then there's the giant Obelisk of Buenos Aires, a National Historic Monument marking 100 years of government. This impressive structure is surrounded by an LED light district reminiscent of New York City's Times Square. The Buenos Aires entertainment industry movers and shakers can be seen there.
Speaking of entertainment, no visit to Buenos Aries is complete without visiting the tomb of the remarkable political leader Eva (Evita) Peron at the La Recoleta Cemetery. And for the grand finale, you'll continue driving through the glamorous Recoleta Quarter, home of Buenos Aires's exclusive shops, art galleries, and restaurants. At the end of your tour, you will be dropped off at your choice of 3 exciting locations within the city to explore or enjoy shopping in this vibrant city.
Buenos Aires is a cultural, South American mecca and even has the highest concentration of theaters in the world. For first time visitors, this Buenos Aires tour is a total delight. Bring an appetite for adventure and your camera on this comprehensive and convenient tour of Argentina's magnificent metropolis.
Please Note: This tour offers drop-off to your choice of 3 exciting locations within Buenos Aires to explore or shop at your leisure after the tour: the Obelisk of Buenos Aires, the Galerias Pacifico Shopping Center, or the Puerto Madero Waterfront. The tour does not include drop-off at the pier and is not recommended for embarkation day. Full information will be included in your electronic ticket.
Reviewer: susan Macdonnell
Our ship arrived very late due to problems in Montevideo. You folks arranged rescheduling of our tour and met Laura in the terminal. She switched the agenda so we would be able to see La Boca during safe hours of daylight. The only thing we weren’t able to do was go inside the church as it was closed by the time we reached the plaza. She is one of the best tour guides we have had and tour finished up at 8pm so a very long day for her. Excellent day we had in Buenos Aires due to Laura salvaging our tour and just carrying on even though we started about 6 hours later than originally planned.
Reviewer: Jenny Kwok
The tour guide was good experience.
Reviewer: Jim huppert
Tour guide was very knowledgeable. We stopped at many interesting sites. I highly recommend this tour
Reviewer: Vijay Kumar
The tour gave us a reasonable perspective on the city in a very brief period of time. The guide Sabrina made it interesting , and was helpful and considerate , as we were dropped back at the port despite being told earlier that that would not be the case
This is a very well organized tour with 3 stops (La Recoleta Cemetery - Evita Peron Tomb, Downtown and Caminito street). For us, the highlight was the stop in Caminito street, located in La Boca. In this street you can see a lot of wall paining as well as many small restaurants in which the waiters dancing tango during the meals.