A full day experience , savoring BA in detail.
A porteño , port person, is how Buenos Aires locals are called and the goal of this tour is that at the end of it you can carry with your memories , not only this city's highlights (Boca, Recoleta, Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Palermo) , but also the secrets of its stories which will allow you to understand much better what you are going to see. We will make three or four stops.
At the end of the tour you will be able to comprehend the paradoxes, the contradictions, the rhythm, and the idiosyncrasy of this "Paris of South America". In this tour we will be using a comfortable sedan car.
This is a tailor-made tour so we can start depending on where I pick you up and the things you want to do in BA. Depending on traffic, weather conditions or your personal interests, we can include:
-Teatro Colon and Obelisk
-Plaza de Mayo and Metropolitan Cathedral (where Pope Francis has worked for years)
-San Telmo and its Market
-Caminito, La Boca
-Recoleta and its Cemetery
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
Duration of the tour can be affected by traffic
Comfortable private sedan car with AC and a private driver. We will also do some walking and I will adapt the tour to your needs.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 pesos - (Optional): This is the average cost of lunch, per person. (Around 25 dollars). US Dollars and credit cards are generally welcome in Buenos Aires. I will assist you for any concern about ATMs, exchange rate, and credit cards.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We had the great fortune to spend 3 days with Fabian in the lovely city of Buenos Aires. Fabian has a vast knowledge of the area's history and quirks, told in a very interesting way, and his anticipation and care for our needs was thorough, as my husband has some mobility concerns. Fabian shared the many personalities of Buenos Aires from a local perspective in a way that has left us with a real desire to return. We covered the city, and we came to think of Fabian as a kind and courteous friend.