The weather is getting warmer, the streets are becoming more crowded, and the line at Freddo is now out the door–the summer is here!! There is no excuse to stay inside, so why not explore the city of Buenos Aires by foot on a FREE walking tour?
Argentina for All is a local company that offers bilingual walking tours of Buenos Aires for tourists and residents. They take you through the history of the city, from the Colonial beginnings to the most devastating social crisis, explaining the significance of each landmark that you pass.
The tour last approximately 3 hours, covering sites such as: San Martin Square, Florida Street, the Obelisco, Plaza de Mayo, Cabildo, the Casa Rosada, and Puerto Madero. Tours take place Monday-Friday, and meet in front of the General San Martin statue in San Martin Square (Retiro) at 11 am.
Take the tour, decide just how valuable your new BA knowledge is, and tip your guide accordingly!
To get more information or make a reservation, contact Argentina for All at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their website!
To see photos of their previous tours and activities, lake a look at their Facebook!