Youth and Family, Local Experience, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. As long as parents take care of them.
You must be able to get in and out of a car/van.
Maximum travelers: 2
Spanish (fluent), English (fluent)
Visit both sites in one day!
Welcome to Buenos Aires. During this amazing tour you will see all the most popular sights and experience the best parts of the city with a local guide.
We'll see all of the things you would see on an ordinary tour - they're certainly worthwhile. But I will also show you the special things that make Buenos Aires great.
We will also visit the Delta
The tour will include the following:
Plaza de Mayo (the main square of the city), Casa Rosada (Presidential Palace), Cabildo, and Metropolitan Cathedral (Pope Francis'Church). Then we will visit Recoleta with its amazing cemetery. Afterwards we will depart towards the Delta. We will have 1 hour boat ride. Back to the city we will have some lunch and then we will visit: La Boca port with its colorful houses, street art and football atmosphere everywhere. And also Puerto Madero, the recycled former port docks are now the most modern part of the city.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at the cruise terminal, hotel or appartment in Buenos Aires city area.
End location: I will drop you off at the cruise terminal, hotel or appartment
Duration: 8 hours
This tour includes 1 hour for lunch. If you decide not to have lunch the duration will be shorter.
A comfortable, air-conditioned car or van depending on the number of people.
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We enjoyed a wonderful day in Buenos Aires with Elisabet and her driver Jorge. We started with a drive to the Tigre Delta and a boat trip then headed back to the city where we saw so many different parts of the city. A highlight was the walk through Recoleta Cemetery. Elisabet has excellent English and is very knowledgeable about all parts for the city. Both Elisabet and Jorge were lovely people - we definitely recommend Elisabet as your personal Buenos Aires guide!