Cleaning and safety practices
Comprehensive city bus tour of Buenos Aires' top attractions
Impressive views of the Obelisk along 9th of July Avenue
Opportunities to explore at Plaza de Mayo & iconic Caminito
Route moves through lush Palermo district & central Recoleta
Colorful La Boca & insights on Argentina's diverse history
What's included, what's not
Guided bus tour of Buenos Aires
Pick up from central Buenos Aires hotels
Live commentary in English, Spanish, and Portuguese
Meals and beverages
Drop off at the hotel
Know Before You Book
Children 2 and younger are complimentary.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Buenos Aires hotels.
This activity ends at a central spot in Buenos Aires (Cordoba Av and Florida or Obelisco).
What you can expect
See the main attractions of the beautiful city of Buenos Aires on this guided bus tour that takes you through the heart of downtown and allows you to stop to explore Plaza de Mayo and the La Boca neighborhood. Your expert guide reveals fascinating commentary as you pass by major landmarks like the Obelisk and the Cabildo.
After you’re picked up at your hotel this revealing bus tour begins, guiding you through the vibrant city streets of Buenos Aires as a knowledgeable guide provides fascinating commentary about the city’s culture and history. Admire the sights along the 9th of July Avenue, the widest boulevard in the world that pays homage to Argentina’s Independence Day. At its center stands the Obelisk, a magnanimous structure built to commemorate the fourth centenary of the city’s foundation.
Next, stop for a visit to the Plaza de Mayo, considered to be the historical and political epicenter of the city. Here you can take photos in front of the traditional columns of the Metropolitan Cathedral and the bright-white Cabildo, the head of government in colonial times.
Hop back onto the bus as you continue through the old district of San Telmo on your way to the neighborhood of La Boca for another stop. Stroll through the Caminito, a vibrant street museum where pastel-colored houses and art exhibits are on full display.
Then we will pass along the Riachuelo river towards the other end of the city, going through Puerto Madero, the last and most modern neighborhood of the city, Retiro with its central square San Martín, and Avenida del Libertador, where we will already be in the most exclusive sector of Buenos Aires, entering the neighborhood of Palermo, the city's green zone.
We will circulate through the exclusive and sophisticated neighborhood of La Recoleta to end our excursion in the central area where you can keep touring this amazing city.
The tour includes 2 stops: one stop in Plaza de Mayo and a second stop in Caminito.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travelers
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Masks required
- Hand sanitizer provided