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Discover San Telmo and Monserrat
Passionate about knowledge and human relations, History, Politics, Philosophy, Art and Gastronomy. I love sharing my knowledge and exchanging experiences with people. I am a History Professor, Graduate in Journalism, Announcer, almost Technician in Museology and Cook. I believe that beyond the classroom, opening one's eyes to reality, going where human activity stands out, where the noises of life are heard, going to the sources themselves, is the best formula for developing a plural and multicultural thought that encompasses a message of peace and harmony. The best place to learn and get to know, to understand reality is the reality itself that is in the streets pulsating the life of the towns. I like to work in a flexible and creative environment in which I can develop all my knowledge, which gives me the opportunity to learn and absorb experiences, as well as create relationships, meet new people and develop lasting bonds over time.
The times of the conquest of America run. Don Pedro de Mendoza has obtained authorization from the king to found a city on the edge of the world.
"Around the ragged palisade that crowns the plateau facing the river, the bonfires of the Indians crackle day and night."
It is 1536, Buenos Aires was born for the first time.
From Parque Lezama to the Church of San Ignacio de Loyola, the city unfolds to us like an old parchment that reveals its mysteries to us.
Conquistadors, indigenous people, Africans, patriots, immigrants... are the stars of this story.
On our tour we will see emblematic places and monuments.
We will be able to enter some of these places for free as long as they are open.
We will learn and have fun on the very stage of history. They will be able to take pictures and discover hidden secrets in the streets of the oldest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires.
Moving through the irregular cobblestones will bring us sounds and textures from a time when love, politics and business were carried out slowly in a large timeless village.
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Defensa 1527, C1143 CABA, ArgentinaDefensa 1527, C1143 CABA, Argentina
I will be at the Monument to Don Pedro de Mendoza in Parque Lezama (Av. Brasil and Calle Defensa) You will distinguish me by a black backpack.
1Outside visitLezama Park
2Outside visitRussian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity
3Outside visitCasa Ezeiza
4Outside visitParish of San Pedro González Telmo
5Outside visitSan Telmo Market
6Outside visitMonument Song to Work
7Outside visitSanto Domingo Convent - Basilica Nuestra Señora del Rosario de la Defensa y Reconquista de Buenos Aires
8Outside visitManzana de las Luces Historical Cultural Complex
9Outside visitSaint Ignatius of Loyola
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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