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Beyond the well-known landmarks and barrios of Buenos Aires, another city remains largely unseen by most visitors. Venturing away from the traditional sights to some of the "forgotten" neighbourhoods unveils amazing stories and gorgeous buildings. Barracas, Nueva Pompeya, Parque Patricios and Boedo are the urban grounds of old factories, street murals, secret societies, working-class project housing, remarkable churches, parks, bridges, traditional bars and significant people.

This a journey into both the past and present of the working-class sectors of Buenos Aires, discovering the leading parts played by everyday workers and immigrants, as well as the tramways, railroads, tango and soccer, in the city's historical script.

Some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires off the beaten track

Underground Tunnels

Discover one of Buenos Aires' more unusual places, venturing through this amazing urban archaeological site.

Jewish Community

Take a tour through the rich Jewish heritage of Buenos Aires, one of the largest Jewish communities in the world.

Pope Francis Tour

Get to know the life and times of Latin America's first Pope on this specially designed tour of Buenos Aires.