Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur Gastronomic Tour through Chow Kit
Join our walking tour of the north zone of Buenos Aires! The north side started developing its identity in the late nineteenth century as a result of the yellow fever that was spreading in the south zone of the city. Nowadays, the north zone is characterized by its parisian architecture and charm.
During the tour, you will visit several historical and important sites, including:
The Colon Theater: The main opera house in Buenos Aires
Lavalle Square: A famous plaza with several historically significant monuments
Av. 9 de Julio: The widest avenue in the world
San Martín Square: A historically important plaza in the heart of Retiro
Retiro: An important and beautiful neighborhood of the city
Monumental Tower: The tower that was gifted to the city from the local British community to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the May Revolution of 1810
Av. Alvear: The upscale thoroughfare that is home to many designer stores and upscale hotels
France Square: Another historically significant plaza located in the Recoleta neighborhood
Church of the Pillar: The second oldest church in Buenos Aires and one of the most beautiful works of Colonial architecture in the city.
Recoleta Cemetery: One of the most unique and beautiful cemeteries in the world. It contains the graves of notable people including Eva Peron, past presidents of Argentina and the founder of the Argentine Navy