Buenos Aires, Walking Along The History - Live Streaming Tour

by Quimbaya Latin America
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  • Location
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Duration
  • Group Size
    Up to 100+ guests
  • Language(s)
    • English,
    • Français (French),
    • Español (Spanish),
    • Italiano (Italian)
  • $
  • Live - Walking
    Your guide is live from the destination gives you a tour just as if you were there in person walking alongside them. These tours are conducted through Zoom, so participants can ask questions and interact with the guide in real time.
  • City
  • History & Culture
  • Sightseeing


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. 

Meet Your Guide

About tour guide:

Gustavo has been a certified tour guide in Buenos Aires for 15 years. Passionate tango dancer and a great lover of Argentinian culture, he transmits his passion to us through stories and anecdotes, with a touch of humor and infallible sympathy

About Quimbaya Latin America:

Leading local operator registered in 11 countries in Latin America with local travel experts designing and operating tours for 34 years with certified and licensed tour guides. We have a selection of local tours and collections per destination including Live virtual tours. We operate our tours in languages such as English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German.

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Preparing for your Experience

When you sign up, we will send you the zoom link, then just click on the link at the time of the tour and join the tour.

You’ll be able to ask questions as the guide walks around.  So make sure you have a good and stable internet connection.