Starting in Recoleta after pickup at your hotel, learn about Eva Peron's life and upbringing from your knowledgable guide before visiting her famous mausoleum at Recoleta Cemetery. Then, stop by “Floralis Genérica,” one of Buenos Aires' most famous sculptures on the way to the city's largest green space, Palermo Woods. Home to the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, the polo field the the hippodrome, this is where many residents of Buenos Aires spend their leisure time. Chinatown is the next stop on your city tour, a fascinating pocket of Chinese shops, restaurants and culture in the middle of this South American city.
Visit the Eva Peron Museum, a cultural treasure dedicated to her life and work. The museum houses hundreds of Evita artifacts, from her books and films to her high-fashion wardrobe. Eva Peron is one of the most important figures in the history of Argentina, and this tour is fascinating for anyone who's invested in learning about the political background of both the country and its capital city. The tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.