We will begin our tour in Plaza Italia and walk 4.5 km to the Recoleta cemetery, making a few stops at several interesting places such as the Galileo Galilei planetarium and the Generic Floralis. On each stop we make, you'll learn about our city's history and its connection with Argentinian culture. We will also provide you with photographic tips while we show you the best places in Buenos Aires. Having MATE is one of our traditions and a symbol of friendship for Argentinians, and that's why we want you to join us for a round of MATE while you enjoy the most iconic places of the city. You'll be given the real deal and will receive a mate and some yerba to take back home along with the instructions to prepare it! Our tour is recommended for anyone who wants to experience the best of Argentina: friendship! You will also discover the history of Buenos Aires, while learning the best techniques to take excellent photos and enjoy some MATES with us! We will finish our tour at the entrance to the Recoleta Cultural Center where we'll recommend some activities you can enjoy after our experience.
Martín Y Anabela
In Argentina we take friendship seriously so we always find time to share some quality time with the people we care about. This is how this Airbnb experience was born. We are two friends who are passionate about Buenos Aires and would like to share the best of Buenos Aires with you. Take a walk around the city to discover through the eyes of local guides with drinking mate (a typical Argentinian drink) and learning about our history and culture. We will also teach you some photographic techniques for cell phones and cameras! Anabela has a university degree in Education, teaches English as a foreign language and has been a professor for over 15 years. Martín is a professional photographer and has a degree in Political Science. We both love world history, Argentinian culture and photography
During the tour mate tea infusions will be shared to give you the true Argentinian experience of friendship.
Our tour begins at Plaza Italia and ends at the Recoleta Cemetery, with stops at several interesting places such as the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, the building of the Buenos Aires Law School and the Intendente Seeber Park, among others.
During this experience we will be walking about 2.8 miles / 4 km. It will take us about 3 hours. Since you'll be given some techniques to take photos, you may bring your cell of camera with you.