Review: Buenos Aires, walking along the history
To begin your visit, your guide will meet you on Avenue 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world. From the obelisk proudly enthroned in the middle of the avenue, you will go down to the Rio de la Plata.
In turn, you will discover the Café Tortoni, a must for artists, writers, and politicians of the beginning of the 20th century. You will discover the cathedral of Buenos Aires, the presidential palace. Great opportunities to learn about the history of the country from its independence until today. The visit will end in Puerto Madero, the old docks of Buenos Aires, completely renovated.