Buenos Aires: Jewish immigration history tour

Estimated duration 2 hours
Meeting point Remembrance Park, Costanera Norte Avenuew entrance, Rafael Obligado 6745
Up to 8 People
Tour type Cultural

Dicover history behind Jewish Community of Buenos Aires

It is a known fact that Argentina has the largest Jewish Community in Latin America. So as the biggest city and the capital of the country Buenos Aires presents itself as an interesting place where you can find out more about Jewish culture and their community.

There is even a Kosher McDonald’s in the city, and most of police stations that are located in Jewish neighbourhoods have their signs written in Hebrew. On this private guided tour you will discover the history of Jewish immigration to Argentina, visit Israeli Embassy plaza, a memorial devoted to victims of a terrorist attack back in 1992, and have a chance to explore traditional Jewish neighbourhood and few most significant synagogues!

Other sites you will see include:

Remembrance Park: A park dedicated to the victims of the 1976-1983 military regime

Templo Libertad: A synagogue that is home to the Israeli Congregation of Argentina and the Jewish History Museum

AMIA: The Jewish Community Center of Buenos Aires

The Holocaust Museum

Barrio Once: The Jewish neighborhood

Templo Paso: A synagogue located in Barrio Once"

Additional information
What is not included
  • Transportation
  • Museum tickets or attractions requiring extra payment or accreditation from the professional
Our commitment
  • Only local certified experts
  • Low prices guaranteed
  • Refund guaranteed until 48 hours before the service
  • Easy and quick booking and payment system. Pay only a booking fee. The rest will be paid after the service.