#BuenosAires: Off the Beaten Path - Neighborhoods Uncovered

A unique experience that explores the hidden gems of Buenos Aires while visiting two different neighborhoods that you will not find in guidebooks.

This experience includes uncommonly visited Buenos Aires landmarks that deviate from your typical tourist locations.

This is the experience to get insight into local life to learn about our local food, to see what the locals do and to have an authentic local cultural experience in a non-touristic barrio. All these are important aspects of immersing yourself into and coming to understand Argentine culture.

Throughout the entirety of the experience, I explain immigration, gauchos, tango, and the historical and architectural evolution of the neighborhoods.

We will travel back in time to the 19th and early 20th century to discover amazing places such as: a historic market built in 1889; an incredible old fashioned barber shop that is also a living museum; a pulperia (gauchos’ bar); a truly impressive 19th century tea/coffee house; a legendary tango salon that was once used as a grain silo (this unbelievable salon will amaze you with its bizarre variety of artifacts and art); and one of the most beautiful churches in the city and where Pope Francis was baptized in.


Since, we will actually be entering several buildings when we visit, this will give you more of an intimate experience of each place...


Small group experience...

You might be in a group with other travelers...

Bus ticket during the experience & entrance fee to the tango salon...

Not Included:

Transportation to and from the meeting place...


Tuesday through Saturday (except on holidays)...

To coincide with the opening hours of the places, the morning experience starts at 9:30 a.m. & the afternoon experience starts at 4:00 p.m...

Highlights: Vintage barber shop-cum-gaucho saloon, historic market, impressive coffee house, tango salon, amazing church, English district, one of the oldest alleys in Buenos Aires, etc.
Duration: 3 hours
Meeting Point: We will meet at “Plaza Primera Junta”, Rivadavia Avenue and Del Barco Centenera St., by the monument in the center of the plaza right next to the subway station
Country: Argentina
Minimum # of People to Book: 1
Maximum Group Size: 6
List of Food and/or Drinks: During our visit to the historical market you will have the opportunity to try out an Argentinean specialty: Empanada or you can have an Alfajor (a traditional pastry)
Price includes Food and/or Drinks:
That's right! :-)
No…sorry :-(
Food Type:
Not Applicable
Time of Day: