After a palace guard guides you through the Argentinian president's office, travel in style by private car through the city’s top neighborhoods, including Palermo and Puerto Madero.
You'll stroll down the Caminito in La Boca and explore Recoleta Cemetery on foot. If you'd like, upgrade your half-day sightseeing tour to include a ‘parrillada’ (barbecue) lunch at a famous steakhouse in San Telmo.
Please note: This tour includes hotel pick up and drop off service from centrally located hotels. Simply select your hotel from the list under the availability section and our driver will be on his way!
Please note: If your hotel is outside the designated pick up area, we will set a meeting point for you.
Your private sightseeing tour begins with pickup from your centrally located hotel in Buenos Aires.
Back in your private vehicle, relax in your comfortable seat as you make your way past Buenos Aires’ top landmarks in popular city neighborhoods. Pass Teatro Colón, a beautiful opera house near Plaza de la República where you can see the Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires) built in 1936.
Board your private car and head to the Plaza de Mayo, the political center of Buenos Aires. Here, enjoy a guided tour of the Casa Rosada, the official office of the Argentinian president. All tours are led by presidential guards and are conducted in Spanish, but on this exclusive tour, an English- and Portuguese-speaking guide translates historical facts about the iconic site for you. If you aren’t fluent in Spanish, this is the tour to take and it’s only available on Viator.
If you've opted for lunch, enjoy a parrillada at a well-known steakhouse in San Telmo, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. After your delicious barbecue meal, admire the well-preserved colonial architecture and keep an eye out for spontaneous tango performances as you pass Dorrego Square. If you didn't select the lunch option, just ask your driver to stop anywhere you'd like for a delicious bite (own expense).
Next, make your way to La Boca, the city’s most colorful neighborhood, which was settled by Italian immigrants. Get out for a stroll along the Caminito, the main pedestrian walkway where you’ll see local artists selling their work against brightly painted buildings.
You'll drive to the waterfront district of Puerto Madero to Palermo—Palermo Woods, the city’s largest park.
When you arrive in the upscale neighborhood of Recoleta, you’ll have the opportunity to visit Recoleta Cemetery, where the remains of famous Argentines such as Eva Peron are interred within impressive monuments. After your exploration on foot, your driver will return your private party to your hotel.
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