Learn about life in Buenos Aires, both past and present, during this in-depth walking tour with an informative guide. Spend six hours on the streets of Argentina's bustling capital, listening to your guide's commentary about the architecture, traditions and local history that many visitors miss out on.
Visit the historic downtown and Plaza de Mayo, including stops at Casa Rosada, the Cabildo (Town Hall), the Cathedral and Puerto Madero. Trek on toward San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires and home to many colonial-style houses and churches. Follow your guide on foot to San Telmo's famous Dorrego Square and its antiques market to learn about the dark history of the open-air Slave Market.
Cover the area around Plaza San Martin Park, which gave Buenos Aires its 'Paris of the South' reputation. Your guide leads you through Palermo, Buenos Aires' largest and most populous neighborhood, to get a taste of everyday life in this vibrant city. You'll also pass through tony Recoleta toward its heart, the Recoleta Cemetery, where Eva Peron and many other famous Argentinians are buried.
Along the way, your guide stops for a coffee and lunch break (own expense). Your tour concludes at one of the main restaurant districts so you can continue exploring on your own.