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Enjoy a panoramic tour of Buenos Aires
Old beautiful cities are difficult to maneuver when you have limited mobility problems. Today the goal is to deliver a full view of this colorful city and all its highlights. Buenos Aires has set itself apart as one of the most wheelchair-friendly destinations on the continent. With curb ramps at nearly every intersection, it has never been easier to explore Argentina's capital.
Your guide will be ready to discuss what you are really interested in seeing to make sure this experience is fulfilling.
A typical itinerary includes a stop at Plaza de Mayo in the neighborhood of Monserrat, where the foundation of Buenos Aires took place. The Plaza de Mayo is the most important and oldest public square of the city and its name commemorates the Revolution of May 25, 1810. See San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods or barrios in the city. It is full of colonial buildings. Caminito is a museum alley and a traditional passage located in the La Boca neighborhood. The place acquired cultural significance because it inspired the music of the famous tango Caminito in 1926, composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto.
Puerto Madero is a beautiful neighborhood that faces the bay. Its renovated redbrick buildings house exclusive grills frequented by tourists and businessmen at lunchtime. It is also home to many luxury apartments as well as walking trails in parks and in the ecological reserve Costanera Sur. The Recoleta Cemetery is a famous cemetery in the city of Buenos Aires. It is located in the distinguished neighborhood of Recoleta and contains the tombs of many outstanding personalities of the country including Eva Peron's vault, the most popular historical attraction for tourists. And the Teatro Colon, a beautiful building and is acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world.
So much to see, so much to hear, and with your private guide, so much to talk about!
- Dress comfortably.
- This is an easy but stimulating experience.
- No food and beverages are included in this tour.
- We recommend you bring a bottle of water.
- To allow you freedom to make decisions, your admissions to museums, salons, or lunch are not included.
- You may extend the service by the hour when you book this tour. This will allow you to see other things and/or stop for a typical Argentinian lunch.
- Gratuities are greatly appreciated.
- This vehicle with ramp will hold one passenger along with the person in the wheelchair. If there are more in your group, we will have a second vehicle traveling parallel with the accessible van.
- This tour may be done in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Chinese and Russian.
Days offered: 7 days a week