Tired of being a typical tourist and exploring cities in the most generic fashion?
Here is your opportunity to ditch the norm and have a truly unique experience.
Once you have arrived in Buenos Aires you will realize that this beautiful city is way too big to explore everything without a little help. Barrios like San Telmo, Recoleta, La Boca and Microcentro are full of unique and fantastic history that shouldn’t be missed, but there’s more to see off the beaten path. WalkBA will allow you to see the city more authentically as you travel on your own two feet with a local as your guide.
You’ll be taken to the beautiful parks of Palermo
where you’ll learn about their historic background while walking by the Planetarium, the rose garden (El Rosedal) and the Zoo; to the beautiful historic area of Belgrano and Chinatown (Barrio Chino); and finally to Nuñez, a neighborhood that holds part of Argentina’s modern history, where you’ll see the biggest clandestine center to have held people in captivity during the Dirty War and the Memorial to the Desaparecidos and the victims of state terrorism right by the river.
In this tour you will be amongst the people of Buenos Aires
and experience daily life, as we will travel from one barrio to another by bus and subway.
The tour runs Saturdays and Sundays and starts in the corner of Libertador and Pueyrredón avenues (Recoleta) at 10 am.
To have an anything but ordinary experience, reserve your spot by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to specify the date and number of attendants.