Sights of Buenos Aires

  • Port

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Activity level

    TBC

  • Activity type

    Shopping

  • Wheelchair accessible

    NO

  • Cost From

    Adults

    USD56.0 per person

  • Minimum age

    2

  • Duration

    Approximately 4.00 hours.

  • Meals included

    No

The city of Buenos Aires is open and spacious with an abundance of parkland and elegant shops. Drive down one of the widest boulevards in the world, the 9 de Julio, past the Obelisk commemorating 100 years of the first national government.A stop will be made for photos at the Plaza de Mayo bordered by the Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Cathedral with the mausoleum of San Martin, and the Cabildo the colonial town hall. Continue onto Caminito, located in colourful La Boca where the first Italian immigrants settled in 1851, for half of an hour of free time.No visit to Buenos Aires would be complete without seeing the remarkable and unique Recoleta Cemetery, the city's aristocratic cemetery, where you'll visit Evita Peron's tomb. Round off the tour with a drive through the fashionable Palermo Quarter, with its exclusive houses, lakes and parks.