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Know and Walk Through San Telmo's Oldest Areas and Fairs.

  • Buenos Aires
  • Available in: English

About the guru Javier Eduardo

I started this as a hobby and it became a very rewarding personal habit , then one day with the idea of ​​sharing and showing the city and its monuments and turistic atractions as well as its main neighborhoods to some foreign friends i discovered it was becoming a true passion and enjoyment. I began this exciting activity on a larger scale always enjoying it and lookin... More »

I started this as a hobby and it became a very rewarding personal habit , then one day with the idea of ​​sharing and showing the city and its monuments and turistic atractions as well as its main neighborhoods to some foreign friends i discovered it was becoming a true passion and enjoyment. I began this exciting activity on a larger scale always enjoying it and looking to spread it more and more, as well as seeking to improve the walks by studying and giving my best for the enjoyment of all tourist interested in enjoying and knowing more about the city of Buenos Aires, and its internationally most picturesque & reknowned monuments .

About the tour

Walk through Avenida de Mayo to the Historic Plaza de Mayo, the National Government House "Casa Rosada", crossing the Historic Center in front of the Metropolitan Cathedral.

Taking direction to the old and traditional street Defense, where every Sunday since 1970 one of the main, most recognized and most traditional fairs of the city of Buenos Aires takes place.

You will find the most varied types of clothing stands, traditional crafts, leather, silver, various antiques, clothing, music, tango, the most picturesque places like "Tortoni" (since 1880 in operation) bars, restaurants, "Milongas" with dance classes and street performers of all disciplines and varieties.

You will see musicians, living statues, jugglers, and all kinds of architectural relics of the area, and the oldest neighborhood, and historic quarter of the 16th century of the city of Buenos Aires and Argentina.

We will arrive at the oldest and most well-known Parque Lezama knowing its internal paths, sculptures, statues and traditional National monuments, stopping by some occasional snack, also knowing the tradition of the National Infusion "Mate".

Meeting point
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How to find me: At the subway entrance sign with a green t-shirt and a black hat
Tour duration: 3 hours

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