Tag: Guided Visits

02/08
The Ghost House in La Boca

In the neighborhood of La Boca, in the City of Buenos Aires, in the triangle formed by streets Almirante  Brown, Benito Pérez Galdós and Wenceslao Villafañe, a peculiar building rises, called by its neighbors “The Ghost House”. The Building was designed in 1908 by Frenchman Gustavo Lignac and caused great […]

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28/03
Romantic Week End in Buenos Aires

The proposal: a weekend you can enjoy with your love. You can discover the most romantic love stories of Buenos Aires, with our exclusive guided tour. In the evening enjoy an incredible dinner at the modern Hotel Faena. You can add days and other activities (spa, theater, etc.)

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27/03
Cultural Week End in Buenos Aires

The proposal: a whole weekend visiting the Historic Quarter of Buenos Aires. Including transfers, lodging in a Boutique Hotel and a Tourist Guide in the afternoon of Saturday and Sunday

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04/12
Colon Theater

The Teatro Colón, in the City of Buenos Aires, is considered one of the best theaters in the world. Acknowledged for its acoustics and the artistic value of its construction, it turned 100 years in 2008. The theater is now located in the heart of downtown Buenos Aires, among the […]

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26/06
The Star Pharmacy

Opposite the historic Basilica of San Francisco, and on one of the most beautiful corners of Monserrat (201 Defensa Street), lies ancient La Estrella pharmacy, famous for being the first pharmacy in Buenos Aires. The history of La Estrella star is truly endearing. It seems incredible that in 1830, twenty […]

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05/04
Walking Arround La Boca Neighborhood Caminito La Boca Ciudad de Buenos Aires

A journey through the history of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. We will visit the The Museum of fine Art of La Boca getting to know every detail of Quinquela Martin life

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26/02
The Rivarola Passage

Rodolfo Rivarola Passage is a very peculiar street built in the neighborhood of San Nicolás in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has been called the mirrored street, as it is probably the only one in Buenos Aires absolutely symmetrical as regards its constructions on both paths. The passage […]

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