Learnig about "Porteños" lifestyle
Have you ever sit in a caffe just to watch the people walking. . . that people so different to you but at the same time so similar?. Have you ever asked to your self. . . where is going that man wearing a suit after working?. . . and that pretty lady. . . where does she go to buy food for tonight?. . . maybe a lovely family. . . where they take the kids on Sunday?. . . If the response is yes, you are not a "tourist" you are a "traveler" and this tour is for you. In 4 hours I will lead you to visit one of the nicest middle class neighbohoods called "Belgrano", moving by train, bus and subway, like a local, we are going to explore the The mythical "Chinatown", hidden murals, local markets, incredible squares and local caffes and pastries stores, meeting people and feeling the real atmosphere of Buenos AIres .
- British Tower (Torre Monumental)
- Plaza San Martin
- Retiro Train Station
- Begrano "C" Station
- Barrio Chino (Chinatown)
- Barrancas de Belgrano (Belgrano hills)
- Juramento Av.
- Juramento Market
- Plaza Belgrano
- Museo Larreta
- "Round Church"
- Cabildo Av.
- Plaza Castelli
- "Maru Botana" Coffe Store (She is a famous local cheff and pastry maker)
- Belgrano "R" (Residencial area, plenty of houses built in british style)
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
The duration of the tour can be affected by traffic or weather. This tour can be booked in the morninf, afternoon or evening.
- Train - Bus - Subway
- If you prefer a private car, I can make the arrangements (extra charge apply)
- Guiding Services
- Public Transportation Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 ARS - - Snacks, bottled water, lunch, cup of coffe, personal expenses.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We enjoyed Mirta's tour very much. She met the four of us from our cruise ship and took us to some of the more interesting off the beaten track places in Buenos Aires. We walked and also used the train, which was a very effective way of travelling around. Mirta was interesting and obviously a very experienced guide.