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Day Trip Buenos Aires

4.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$180

Take a five hour private tour of Buenos Aires.
The tour would be a mixture of walking and driving and would take in all the major sights of Buenos Aires.

From the parks of Palermo down to Recoleta cementary and the tomb of Eva Peron. We will visit Plaza San Martin and the war memorial. Onto the plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada. This plaza has a rich history. From there we move onto San Telmo and la Boca with the famous Caminito.
Then to Puerto Madero followed by the Congress building and finishing up with the Theatro Colon and 9th of July Avenue, the worlds widest at 18 lanes of Traffic.

This tour is suitable for 1 to 4 people.
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5 reviews for Day Trip Buenos Aires

  1. 5 out of 5

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    John came to the dock to start our drive/walk/subway tour of BA. It has a fascinating history and a great number of ‘back stories’ about how and why the Argentinians are they way they are. We were there just before Christmas and the streets were packed with last minute shoppers. John kept a good pace and we managed to see all the ‘sites of BA’ and then some. On the whole, I cannot recommend John Boyle more highly. The Murphys. San Diego Calif USA read complete review

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Rather than spend the time sitting in one airport or the other, we decided to take a driving tour around Buenos Aires and selected Buenos Aires Taxis, operated by John Boyle. We presented a significant challenge for John, as we had started our travels with six days in Buenos Aires and had hit the key points of interest already.But John was up to the challenge, and we visited some interesting sights off the beaten path that we missed or were unaware of during our first six days in Buenos Aires. We were picked up on time and efficiently at Jorge Newbery, spent four hours or so touring Buenos Aires, and then dropped off at Ezeiza right on time. This is a more significant achievement than it may sound if you consider the odd traffic patterns and the distance traveled. Something else you may want to consider as you select a guide from Buenos Aires: John doesn’t feel the need to drive at quite the same pace as native Argentinian drivers. Still efficient and quick from place to place, just not at permanent maximum speed, which will make the driving part of the tour much easier to bear.
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  3. 4 out of 5

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    Dear Sir,

    Please quote as soon as possible.
    21/1 1 pax italian but he understand spanish
    client arrive international airpert pistarini at 8
    pick up at 9 AM
    full day city tour
    client would like visit cimetreo recoleta, Evita museo, La Boca
    drop of in dometic airport befor 5PM, flight to posadas aerolineas at 18.40

    sincerly

  4. 5 out of 5

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    John picked us up at the cruise terminal just as agreed via email reservation. He took us on a 5 hour tour of many places in Buenos Aires we would not have been able to visit otherwise. We had great discussions about Argentinian history, the incredible rose garden, monuments, etc. Then to the airport with our luggage. We recommend John’s services highly.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Our English speaking guide was Howard, who collected us from the airport. We had over 20 hours in Beunos Aires between flights and decided that the tour would be a safe way to see the city. I can’t recommend this highly enough, Howard was easy company, insightful and knowledgable. Despite it being a very cold Sunday when quite a few things were closed, we managed to see most of the things we had wanted to see. Howard spent much more time with us than we had agreed and we finished our day feeling we had a great insight into the city. Thank you Howard, we are only sorry that Argentina didn’t win the final, we managed to see the penalty shoot out before boarding the plane!

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