Guided tour Service in New Delhi
The Historic Downtown of Buenos Aires is home to some of its oldest and most historical buildings.
Much of the rich historical heritage of Buenos Aires is reflected in its architecture and monuments. A clear example of this is the Plaza de Mayo, epicenter of the most important political events in Argentine history. Its name is a tribute to the Revolution of 25 of May of 1810, that happened in this same place and that initiated the Argentine Independence.
On our walking tour, you will not only hear the story of our beautiful city, but you will also see several other historical sites, such as:
National Congress: A monumental building that is the home to the Argentine National Congress
Barolo Palace: One of the oldest and most beautiful office buildings in Buenos Aires
Av. De Mayo: The main avenue that connects Plaza de Mayo with the Congressional Plaza, lined with sophisticated and unique buildings.
Evita's wall: Street art depicting world famous singer Eva Peron, who is an important icon in Argentine history
Cabildo: A historically significant building from the Colonial era.
Casa Rosada: The executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina
Metropolitan Cathedral: The main Catholic Church of Buenos Aires that was originally built in the 16th century
Florida Street: An elegant shopping street in the heart of the city.
Obelisk: A national historic monument that was erected to commemorate the first foundation of the city.