- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
This accessible Buenos Aires city tour for people with wheelchairs and walkers is a new and great opportunity to not miss out on anything the City has to offer. Your tour includes transportation and a professional guide and a drive through the most important neighborhoods in Buenos Aires: Recoleta, Palermo, Puerto Madero and La Boca amongst others.
- Tour is wheelchair accessible
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver
- Free port pickup and drop-off included
- Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off
- Professional Local Guide
- Food and drinks
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick-Up at any hotel or apartment centrally located in Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires located hotels, apartments or hostels.
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires Argentina
The May Square is located in the Porteño Downtown, neighborhood of Monserrat, in the area where the foundation of Buenos Aires took place. The Plaza de Mayo is the most important and oldest public square of the city. The name of this square commemorates the Revolution of May 25, 1810, date in which the citizens gathered around to expel the Viceroy and form a creole government. Since then, the Square has been a silent witness to the most important political and social events in the country.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Calle Defensa Bairro San Telmo, Buenos Aires Argentina
San Telmo is an old neighborhood with a bohemian touch thanks to its temporary art galleries, night bars and street murals. The Defensa street, full of antique shops and bustling brasseries, passes through the Dorrego square, where many tourists come on Sundays to see the street market and street performances. Winding roads run through Lezama Park among jacaranda trees. The neighborhood is full of exclusive restaurants with tango shows.
Stop At: La Boca, Avda Almirante Brown, Buenos Aires Argentina
La Boca is a working class neighborhood that has several attractions next to the Riachuelo. Asadores and street artists mark the entire Caminito, a narrow alley flanked by brightly colored zinc houses that evoke its origin as an immigrant neighborhood. The Bombonera is the Boca Juniors stadium and a whole hotbed on match days. The Proa Foundation is a museum of modern art with temporary exhibitions and views of the old docks.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Calle Museo Caminito, Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza y Magallanes (La Vuelta de Rocha promenade), Buenos Aires Argentina
Caminito is a museum alley and a traditional passage, of great cultural and tourist value, located in the La Boca neighborhood of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The place acquired cultural significance because it inspired the music of the famous tango Caminito (1926), composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto.
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Puerto Madero, Rosario Vera Penaloza, Buenos Aires Argentina
Puerto Madero is a renovated neighborhood that faces the bay. Its renovated redbrick buildings house exclusive grills frequented by tourists and businessmen at lunchtime. There are also modern skyscrapers with multinationals and luxury apartments. The lakes in the area are surrounded by trails, as is the ecological reserve Costanera Sur, very popular with runners and families. The elegant suspension bridge of the Woman connects the ports.
Pass By: Retiro, Buenos Aires Argentina
Retiro is a neighborhood with great diversity and quiet streets. Art galleries and chic coffee shops lead to the emblematic and busy train station of Retiro, British style and surrounded by fast food stalls. The art deco tower of the Kavanagh building offers views of the Plaza San Martín, a steep park where office employees rest in the shelter of jacaranda and patriotic monuments. Tourists flock to the Florida pedestrian street for its leather goods boutiques, souvenir stalls and tango dancers.
Stop At: Cemiterio de Recoleta, Junin 1790, Buenos Aires 1116 Argentina
The Recoleta Cemetery is a famous cemetery in the city of Buenos Aires. It is located in the distinguished neighborhood of Recoleta and contains the tombs of many outstanding personalities of the country. It was inaugurated on November 17, 1822.
It is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city, famous for its numerous and imposing mausoleums and vaults adorned with marbles and sculptures. Its architectural value is a sample of the times when Argentina was an emerging economic power in the late nineteenth century, and the wealthiest families of the city began moving to the Recoleta area and building splendid pantheons in the cemetery.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Eva Peron's Tomb, Junin 1790, Buenos Aires Argentina
The vault where the body of Eva Perón is located is the place most frequented by tourists, in the Buenos Aires Recoleta cemetery.
The tombs, which are 200 meters to the left of the main entrance gate to the cemetery, belong to the Duarte family. Eva Perón's is five meters underground in the second basement.
The remains of María Eva Duarte de Perón arrived in this place in the 70s when they were repatriated from Spain.
Before they were protagonists of anti-Peronist hatred of the armed forces and their civic instigators who overthrew in 1955 Juan Domingo Perón.
Duration: 5 minutes
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.