Explore the Paris of South America with our Buenos Aires Tours
Buenos Aires is often considered the Paris of South America, but without the price tag to match. This colorful city is bursting with passion and culture. Striking architecture, quaint cafes and passionate locals make this city a must visit for backpackers or luxury holiday goers. The city is the most visited in the whole of South America and ‘quality of life’ here was voted one of the best in the continent in 2018, and 91st in the world. The porteños who live here are obviously content in this seductive city. Famous for its steak, tango and passionate culture let us guide you through the city with our Buenos Aires Tours.
Visit La Boca, the colorful portside neighborhood famous for tango and soccer. The main attraction being El Caminito which translates to ‘little walkway.’ This cobblestone alleyway and street museum bursting with rich color was the inspiration for a famous tango song ‘Caminito’ in 1926. It is also probably the most instagrammable street in the city. One of the most emblematic stadiums in the world is also located in La Boca. Nicknamed ‘the chocolate box’ for its unusual shape, La Bombonera is home to the Boca Juniors, one of the most popular football teams in South America.
Or take a Buenos Aires day tour to see the oldest Barrio, San Telmo. Covered in ancient churches, historical buildings, steakhouses and tango dinner shows. Every Sunday it also boasts an antique market with an array of different wares. The biggest barrio in the city is called Palermo Soho and is a paradise for modern shoppers. At weekends the locals dress in their coolest apparel and rummage through the open air markets.
Historical Buenos Aires Tours
Some of the best tours in Buenos Aires include visiting some of the major historical sites throughout the city. National Geographic has voted The Colon Theatre as one of the best opera houses in the world. The current building opened in 1908 and has the most unbelievable acoustics. The stunning architecture is worth a quick visit, or if you have enough time then a show would be an unforgettable night. Discover the graves of many famous presidents, writers, actors and first ladies of Argentina at the La Recoleta cemetery. This beautiful cemetery hosts some of the most elaborate tombs in the world.
Visit the museum of one of the most loved first ladies of Argentina, Eva Perón. This political figure achieved a lot for the women of Argentina. Unfortunately, she met a tragic end at just 33 years old. Casa Rosada, the beautiful baby pink mansion serves as the main office for the president of the country. This national monument also has a museum on the site.
Get in touch with nature with our Buenos Aires Tours
The city is littered with over 250 beautiful parks to ensure nature is always at arms reach. Some of the most famous include the Japanese Gardens, the biggest of its kind outside of Japan. It hosts a carp lake, bonsai trees, a beautiful bridge and a Buddhist temple. The botanical gardens in the Palermo District have five greenhouses and hosts over 5000 species of plants and trees. And finally, the rose garden of Palermo is also equally important and makes for a beautiful backdrop for your photos. It has thousands of different rose species and a beautiful bridge overlooking a lake. Or just 28km outside of the center of Buenos Aires lies a town called Tigre. This picturesque place lies on the Paraná Delta hosting an abundance of uniquely different river species including the Jaguar!