Buenos Aires Guided Architecture City Tour

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This Buenos Aires guided architecture city tour will show you some of the spectacular architectural treasures of Buenos Aires. Visit, the first European architectural highlights right up to the state-of-the-art monuments on this private city tour of Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires’ beautiful, eclectic architecture attracts thousands of enthusiasts every year. Become one of them and book the exclusive and personal Buenos Aires Architecture City Tour that will show you state-of-the-art constructions and age-old monuments of Buenos Aires. On the Architecture City Tour, you will learn about Buenos Aires’ urban development, from when it became the capital of Argentina. Covering a huge variety of buildings and their respective time periods, this Architectural City Tour of Buenos Aires will leave no stone unturned!

The Architecture City Tour will show you examples of architecture from the 1800s when Buenos Aires city planning and engineering was hugely influenced by the Italian immigrants. Then introducing the extravagant architecture of the 1900s when Buenos Aires was one of the twelve world capitals with the most accomplished architecture and – at one point - was the third fastest growing city behind Hamburg and Chicago. Throughout these years the ever-growing sophisticated architecture aimed to demonstrate the prosperity and success of Argentina’s Capital. (Many of Buenos’ Aires most luxurious houses, hotels and palaces were built during this period).

This cultural tour does not only look at past and historical buildings but also looks to the future of Buenos Aires by visiting the modern, beautiful and scenic neighborhood of Puerto Madero.

This Buenos Aires guided architecture city tour is a private tour that will give you the chance to visit some of Buenos Aires’ civil, institutional, religious, and industrial buildings, demonstrating the wide variety of architectural styles of Buenos Aires. The cultural Architecture city tour allows you to see and visit some of the most important places and landmarks located across the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires such as Recoleta, Retiro, Palermo, San Nicolas, Monserrat, Balvanera, San Telmo and Puerto Madero. This Buenos Aires Architecture City Tour will leave you amazed by the attention to detail and design of both new and old buildings built across Buenos Aires.

A personal architecture tour is the perfect city tour for tourists wanting to understand the roots that made Buenos Aires the eclectic and modern city it is today. This architecture guided tour is aimed at architects, engineers, designers, artists and art lovers looking for an innovative, personalized way to discover Buenos Aires Book your private Buenos Aires guided architecture city tour today and find out why Buenos Aires is known as the Paris of the South!

Includes:
Transfer to and from hotels in downtown Buenos Aires.
Bilingual guide.
Days and Hours:
Monday to Sunday (Time: to be arranged).
Duration:
4 hours approx.

  • This tour departs with a minimum of 2 persons. If there are no other passengers, a single booking is treated as a private tour and carries an extra cost.
  • Should you wish to make an individual reservation, please contact our support team to enquire about availability.
  • Day and time to be arranged, according to passenger’s schedule and tour guide’s availability
  • Please also note that discounts are available for groups (6 people and more). Consult our customer service team for more info.

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    Daytours4u

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    Argentina

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Reviewed by Ismail Mert   August 30, 2016
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Plaza de Mayo is one of the place you must go. Not to mention the outstanding architectures of the square, there are also a lot of well-known attractions around the square. It is not that big, but every corner of it is good material for photographing.

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Reviewed by Zach B   August 31, 2016
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It did't happen to me but I think it is necessary to remind everyone. When I was visiting Plaza de Mayo, there were some guys caught my attention. They looked very weird. And suddenly, one of the guy poured the water in his bottle on the tourist accidentally, and at the same the other one stole the cellphone of the poor tourist before she realized what was going on. It was the last experience one can expect from a tour! So I think everyone should pay attention to that.

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Reviewed by MIYAKO   October 20, 2016

It is very kind of you to remind us such a thing. I will go to Argentina next week. Hope that kind of thing will never happen to me.

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