Visit Buenos Aires on board a comfortable bus, get to know the city's highlight and have lunch in a distinguished restaurant of Puerto Madero, the most modern neighborhood.
Discover the multiple Buenos Aires, getting to know its symbols, its elegant neighborhoods and football stadium.
Your professional bilingual guide will explain the history and culture of Buenos Aires, how it has become a must in Latin America and its traditions. Then, enjoy an exquisite lunch in Puerto Madero, with the best views, while eating true Argentinian gastronomy.
Please note: This tour includes hotel pick up and drop off service. Simply select your hotel from the list under the availability section and our driver will be on his way!
You will start the tour by being picked-up at your centrally located hotel in Buenos Aires.
Your coach tour of Buenos Aires begins in Retiro neighborhood. Drive along Libertador Avenue to reach Palermo, the widest neighborhood and one that offers big parks and quiet.
Head to one of the city’s largest districts, Palermo, where you’ll drive through Palermo Woods. The city’s largest park, Palermo Woods is home to many attractions, including the Eco Park (formerly Zoo), Plaza Italia and Galileo Galilei Planetarium.
Arrive in Recoleta, an elegant and historical neighborhood, and have a glimpse into the famous Recoleta Cemetery, fancy shops, and beautiful architecture.
Head towards the famous Obelisk on Avenida 9 de Julio, the largest avenue of the world. Appreciate this impressive monument placed in 1936 to honor the city's foundation, located at Plaza de La República. Also you will see the famous Teatro Colón, a beautiful opera house built between 1889 and 1908.
Continue on to Plaza de Mayo, a historical and political center and site of Casa Rosada, the official Argentinian President's office. Be impressed by the imponant buildings surrounding Plaza De Mayo, such as City Hall and the Metropolitan Cathedral, where Pope Francis was Archbishop.
Head south to reach the old San Telmo neighborhood and admire its colonial traditions and architecture.
Next up is La Boca, one of the oldest and colorful neighborhoods, also very famous as the home of the Boca Juniors Stadium and Caminito Street with its colorful houses, where you’ll hop off the coach to go for a stroll and see local artists selling their work.
Then we will continue to one of the most modern neighbourhoods of the city, Puerto Madero. After 3 hours exploring the city's highlights, you will have lunch at one of the most distinguished restaurants of Buenos Aires, Rodizio Madero.
Here you can taste different cuts of meat and a wide variety of side dishes, appetizers and desserts (3-course lunch included, without drinks). All of this in a unique environment, with an unbeatable view of the bridge of the woman (puente de la mujer) and with a differentiated service.
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