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Buenos Aires Free Tour

Rivadavia Ave across Rodriguez Pena st | Santa Fe Ave across Maipu st beside the horse monument, Buenos Aires C1425AQD, Argentina
+54 9 11 4420-5897
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Great way to get acquainted with a new city

Vicki was our tour guide and did a fantastic job explaining and guiding us through the city of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Newport Beach, California
Excellent, enthusiastic tour of La Recoleta!

I took the tour of Recoleta & Retiro. The tour guide, Ximena, was very enthusiastic and a great... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Buenos Aires Free Tour offers two DIFFERENT tours per day. One in the morning and the other one during the afternoon. Local guides show you the city that never sleeps, with their stories and secrets. We also offer private tours which is a great way to see the city if you have limited time and are unable to join their regular group. For the free Buenos Aires tours you have to show up at the meeting points, no booking required: -11 AM PLAZA DEL CONGRESO (Rivadavia Ave and Rodriguez Pena St) -3.30 PM at PLAZA SAN MARTIN (Santa Fe Ave and Maipu St, beside the horse monument). Both tours are different!
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Rivadavia Ave across Rodriguez Pena st | Santa Fe Ave across Maipu st beside the horse monument, Buenos Aires C1425AQD, Argentina
+54 9 11 4420-5897

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Vicki was our tour guide and did a fantastic job explaining and guiding us through the city of Buenos Aires. We left with information and lots of good advice and a camera full of pictures. Definitely recommend this tour to all.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I took the tour of Recoleta & Retiro. The tour guide, Ximena, was very enthusiastic and a great storyteller. The tour takes you through some of the nicest parts of the city and explains the history and culture. Definitely recommend as an intro to the...More

Thank MaxJoshua
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On our first day, we had the tour with Vicky. She was very enthusiastic and told us a lot! Two days later, we decided to do the afternoon tour as well. Jamina showed us a lot of nice buildings, she knew a lot and was...More

Thank Lisa v
Reviewed 1 week ago

Free walking tour in the afternoon from San Martin Plaza. Our guide was a lively and engaging young woman, Jimena, who gave us lots of information and made the tour interesting and worthwhile.

Thank Jacqueline2
Reviewed 1 week ago

This company was recommended and we had Vicky all day. My goodness she is lively, well informed, amusing, full of personality and made our day. We did a morning tour and then decided to do an afternoon tour after a lunch break. I would heartily...More

Thank TrinidadDiana
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

To me, walking tours are definitely the way to go. The guides are knowledgeable, fun, and it is a much looser atmosphere overall. Victoria led our tour and has wonderful insight into the history of Buenos Aires. She is a history buff and it shines...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Our guide Victoria was great. Very enthusiastic. Personally we didn't find the tour fulfilling. Quite short at around 2hr15mins. However the sun was shining and its always nice to chat with other people from around the world.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Vicki was an amazing guide. Energetic, funny and very knowledgeable. The small group made it seem like we were a group of friends. As the company suggests it is a free walking tour, but don't forget to tip well! Paid tours in the city start...More

Thank Eric K
Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

As walking tours go this is a good way to see & learn about the city. I had Jimena as the guide & she seemed to know her city quite well; she kept you engaged with her enthusiasm & passion & just the way she...More

Thank Gregory S
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

We did the morning tour with Vicki and the afternoon with Jimena. They are both experienced guides and have a great knowledge of their home city. Only small groups which made the experience personalised and they both gave tips on things to do in the...More

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17 April 2017|
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Response from jessegTX | Reviewed this property |
Our guide was located at the front gate of the congress building, not in the square, but actually standing in front of the gate. They wear a bright orange shirt. The actual address is Av. Entre Rios 51. The tour starts at... More
17 April 2017|
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Response from BeatrizG2 | Reviewed this property |
Congress Square and Rivadivia, check their website
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Response from Manny B | Reviewed this property |
Their currency is the Argentine peso. The value fluctuates a great deal, so I was unable to convert before coming to Argentina. Most likely, you will have to convert once you get to a bank in Buenos Aires. Our taxi ride from... More