Take a private half-day Buenos Aires Walking Tour, Argentina’s capital and sometimes referred to as the Paris of South America. With the help of a private guide, you can visit historic neighborhoods like Recoleta and Plaza de Mayo, as well as La Boca, which is known for its vibrant nightlife, and Caminito, the rumored birthplace of tango. Buenos Aires hotel pick-up and drop-off are included.
- San Martin Plaza
- Plaza de Mayo
- Metropolitan Cathedral
- Colonial Town Hall
- Casa Rosada
- Boca Juniors stadium
- Caminito colorful street
- Puerto Madero skyscrapers
- Recoleta Cemetery
This Buenos Aires Walking Tour is one of the most complete city tours of Buenos Aires and it allows you to discover and feel the porteña essence and culture. Using public transportation will make you part of the amazing city, going from the oldest neighborhoods to the most beautiful ones. You will explore the center of Buenos Aires, called Microcentro, walking through San Telmo, then go to the famous Caminito street of La Boca and end the tour at Recoleta neighborhood.
Our walking tour starts at San Martin Plaza, at the end of Florida street, where we’ll take the subway to the Obelisk, a symbol of Buenos Aires. From here you will walk down Avenida 9 de Julio and experience the local life of this lively street.
This avenue leads to almost every important monument of the city, allowing you to discover and observe the changes the city went through since its foundation by Spanish colonists. We will find our way to Plaza de Mayo, Argentina’s main square and political center, filled with history! We’ll visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo, Colonial Town Hall, and the Casa Rosada, the Pink Presidential Headquarters.
We’ll head down Defensa Street and head to the next stop on our walking tour, San Telmo, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. San Telmo’s antique markets, candle street-lighting, cobblestone streets, and historic buildings add to its unique bohemian atmosphere. On Sundays, an artisan market takes place on this very own street, filling up the place with activity as the main street market comes alive around the Plaza Dorrego.
After this stop, you will then have a break to take lunch. The guide can recommend a nice place for you to eat.
Then, we will take the bus to the La Boca neighborhood, known for the Boca Juniors stadium and the colorful Caminito Street. When European migrants arrived in Buenos Aires during the 20th century, they used to paint their houses with any paint they could find in order to protect their houses from humidity. You will be enchanted by the tango’s dancing and singing and learn how tango, football, and different immigration influences have made Buenos Aires one of the most irresistible cities in the world. You will also visit El Retiro and see buildings such as Edificio Kavanagh.
Then, you will hop aboard a public bus and enjoy the views on modern Puerto Madero skyscrapers and its Woman Bridge as you travel to the very chic Recoleta area, known for the impressive Recoleta Cemetery. There, you will find beautiful architecture, many museums, elegant cafes and restaurants, exclusive avenues, and shopping malls.
The tour will end at the Recoleta Cemetery, where you will have the option to enter the place (entrance fee not included) and wander around the beautiful lanes to Evita Peron’s resting place
Top attractions in Buenos Aires
Here are some top attractions in Buenos Aires you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Buenos Aires worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
La Recoleta Cemetery is a unique burial site, located in Buenos Aires Recoleta neighborhood, full of art statues and mausoleums or famous people. Some of them include Eva Perón, presidents...
Obelisco is an iconic landmark in Buenos Aires, this white obelisk dominates Plaza de la República and it is popular meeting and photoshoot place.
Casa Rosada is famous presidential palace in Buenos Aires. This pink colored mansion offers guided tours. Tours are offered in Spanish and English, and they are free of charge.
Buenos Aires and Argentina travel guides
Here are handy travel guides for Buenos Aires and Argentina so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.
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Top hotels in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Hotel Mio Buenos Aires is conveniently located in the popular Recoleta area of Buenos Aires. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and...
Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires is a popular choice amongst travelers in Buenos Aires, whether exploring or just passing through. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides...
Hotel Madero is conveniently located in the popular Puerto Madero area in Buenos Aires. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel’s facilities and services. To be found at...
Set in a prime location of Buenos Aires, Hotel Algodon Mansion puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The property features a wide range of facilities...
Melia Recoleta Plaza Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Buenos Aires. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property...
Alvear Art Hotel is conveniently located in the popular Retiro area in Buenos Aires. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience....
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Buenos Aires
The peak season for flights to Buenos Aires is January, February and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, July and August.
Buenos Aires is served by these airports: Jorge Newbery Airport and Ministro Pistarini Airport. Direct flights to Buenos Aires are offered by 27 airlines. Most flights are with Aerolineas Argentinas. Direct flights from Buenos Aires, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, LATAM Chile, Korean Air, Aerolineas Argentinas and Eastern Airlines, LLC from New York, Miami, Orlando and Atlanta.
Buenos Aires and Argentina attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Buenos Aires and in Argentina.