San Telmo
















After walking around Plaza de Mayo , the ride goes into the most antique neighbourhoods in the city. Walking down Bolivar street to the south ( facing the Cabildo ) there are some of the oldest     buildings of Buenos Aires like Manzana de las Luces and Iglesia de San Ignacio.

We continue walking on defensa Street always south to San Telmo reaching Dorrego Square ( only Sundays ) where there is an amazing antique market.

We can also visit

- Basílica Nuestra Sra del Rosario: Avenida Belgrano y Defensa

- Paseo de la historieta.

- Tiendas de anticuarios: Defensa, entre Avenida Independencia y Avenida San Juan.

- Casa Mínima: San Lorenzo 380 (Defensa altura 700-750)

- Zanjón de Granados: Defensa 755

- Mercado de San Telmo: Defensa 961


La Boca

















Next stop Caminito …

This street is a museum , coloured bright houses like paintings surround this famous street. there you can also see tango musicians and dancers as well as cultural centers, typical italian cantinas and cafes.

You can also visit


- Puente Transbordador: Avenida Almirante Brown y Riachuelo

- teatro de la Ribera: Avenida Pedro de Mendoza 1821

- Museo Benito Quinquela Martín: Avenida Pedro de Mendoza 1835

- Museo de Cera: Del Valle Iberlucea 1261

- Fundación PROA: Avenida Pedro de Mendoza 1929

- Estadio Boca Juniors: Brandsen 805


Puerto Madero


























Newest neighbourhood of the city used to be the first port of Buenos Aires. It is also one of the best places to eat and enjoy an Asado which is the Argentinian for the bbq. After Lunch you can visit


- Puente de la Mujer: Pierina Dealessi y Manuela Gorriti

- Colección de arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat : Olga Cossettini 141

- Buque Museo Fragata Sarmiento: Juana M.Gorriti – Dique 3

- Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay: Juana M.Gorriti – Dique 4

- Museo de Calcos y Escultura Comparada: Avenida España 1701

- Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza: Aimé Painé 1698

- Fuente de las Nereidas: Avenida Tristán Achaval y Brasil




The most distinguished place in Ba, elegant french style buildings palaces aristocratic parks Taking Alvear or Quintana avenues to finally stop for a drink in La Biela cafe one of the most notable bars in the city. Getting into history visiting La Recoleta Cemetery,   

- Basílica Nuestra Señora del Pilar or the Recoleta Cultural Center



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