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We offer a number of different tours,which  generally cover a combination of the below areas, but which can also be tailored to suit your specific interests.

Central Buenos Aires is best known for Plaza de Mayo, which is where we find Metropolitan Cathedral and the Pink House, where Eva Peron and Madonna addressed the gathered masses. Close-by is the famous Colon Theatre, one of the best opera houses around the world. Heading south we come to the leafy and traditional barrio of San Telmo, home to many beloved cafes and a large flea market. The most eye-catching neighbourhood is undoubtedly La Boca, whose brightly coloured houses adorn many a postcard. This barrio has a rich history and many interesting stories to tell and we still find local artists and tango dancers in the streets.

To the the north of the main square are the upmarket districts of Palermo, Retiro and Recoleta. The neighbourhoods are characterized by their grand European appearance, earning the city its moniker of the Paris of South America. The most renowned place here is the large Recoleta Cemetery, where generations of the Argentine elite have been buried, including Evita Peron.

Variations of our city tours can be combined with the following places or tours: 

  • Colon Theatre
  • Evita Peron tour
  • Boca Juniors football stadium
  • San Telmo Market (Sundays)
  • Ancient passages
  • Delta del Tigre

We also offer some special interest Buenos Aires tours:

  • Paris of South America
  • Evita Peron & Peronism
  • Art in Buenos Aires
  • Bars & cafes of Buenos Aires
  • Architecture of Buenos Aires
  • Diego Maradona's Buenos Aires
  • Pope Francis' Buenos Aires
  • Hidden Buenos Aires
  • Jewish Community of Buenos Aires

Some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in Buenos Aires
What to do in Buenos Aires

Tango Show & Dinner

Experience all the drama of the tango, performed to its highest level, at one of the city's renowned tango shows.

Hidden Buenos Aires

Get off the beaten track and discover some of the little-visited gems that provide a deeper perspective on Buenos Aires.

Estancias of the Pampa

Head to the open pampa to get a taste of Gaucho life and its rich culture, enjoying trekking, bird-watching or horse-riding.