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San Telmo Art Walk

Buenos Aires, Argentina
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About San Telmo Art Walk
ESTA VISITA GUIADA ES EN Ingles!!! The San Telmo Art & History Walk is a 3-hour guided walking tour through Buenos Aires' oldest and most bohemian barrio. Graffiti. Galleries. Art. History. Culture. Open your eyes in Buenos Aires.
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Private Buenos Aires Food Tour

Discover the delectable bites and cultural delights of Buenos Aires on a private 3-hour food tour of Argentina’s culinary capital. Alongside a food-enthusiast guide, you’ll drink fine wine in the fashionable district of Palermo and sample traditional Argentinian street food. Then, pleasure your palate with perfectly grilled meat at a local ‘parrilla’ (grill house) and conclude your feast with gourmet ice cream from a ‘heladeria’ (ice cream parlor). On this private tour, you’ll receive undivided attention from your guide as you delve into the culinary culture of Buenos Aires.
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Buenos Aires Craft Beer Walk in San Telmo

Visit 4 craft breweries and sample 8 beers during this walking tour of Buenos Aires' local breweries. Follow your local, beer-loving guide through the historic, picturesque San Telmo neighborhood to discover a collection of local microbreweries. Learn how the local economy influenced the rise of this local producers, how beer is sometimes used a political tool, and how Argentine beer influenced beer around the world. Snack on traditional favorites as you go. All tastings and snacks are included.
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La Boca Private Walking Tour

Discover the charm and culture embedded in the historic neighborhood of La Boca during this private, 3-hour walking tour with a local guide. Explore the emerging arts community here and view the many examples of contemporary street art. Learn about its history as one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and what is in store for its future through your local guide's engaging commentary. Enjoy personalized attention on this private tour.
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Buenos Aires Art Galleries Private Walking Tour

Enrich your knowledge of Buenos Aires’ artistic heritage on a private, 3-hour tour of the Argentinian capital’s major galleries. Alongside your knowledgeable guide, you’ll admire exquisite examples of classic and contemporary art during visits to up to eight galleries. Explore the bohemian districts of Palermo and Villa Crespo and marvel at murals created by prominent street artists. On this private tour, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide as you experience the creative side of Buenos Aires.
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SASNY wrote a review Jan 2020
New York, NY82 contributions73 helpful votes
My husband and I spent an evening on a private tour with Kevin, and had a wonderful time. This truly was a private, customized tour and not a boring visit to the usual tourist traps. We communicated extensively with Kevin before the trip concerning our likes and what we wanted from the tour, and he put together a fantastic itinerary, where we sampled unusual, delicious food and wine at amazing places that we would never have found ourselves. Kevin is an engaging conversationalist and taught us much about the food and the city, and gave us great recommendations on where to eat and visit during the rest of our time in BA. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Adam L wrote a review Sep 2019
Snohomish, Washington49 contributions13 helpful votes
The BA Craft Beer Walk was absolutely awesome. We weren't sure what to expect but it was a really awesome experience. Our guide was super knowledgable, friendly, helpful, and fun. He really catered the tour to the group to make sure everyone was happy. I'm SO glad we did this and we ended up going back to a few of the breweries later in the trip that we visited on the tour. Great experience!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Nathan Dean wrote a review Mar 2016
Atlanta, United States107 contributions61 helpful votes
The four of us wanted a walking tour that would show us one of the art areas of Buenos Aires, including history, street art, museums, and photo ops. Sounded like a tall order but Kevin created a private tour that did it all, plus lunch! He walked us through San Telmo, telling us the history of this one of the oldest areas of Buenos Aires, full of fantastic street art. It was great stuff and we were glad to learn that it is considered art rather than obnoxious graffiti! After a good lunch at a local restaurant he took us on the the BA Museum of Contemporary Art where we saw an amazing show by Marta Minujin. Kevin is a true pro as a guide - he found out what we wanted and delivered it SUPERBLY!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Emmanuel V wrote a review Feb 2016
Jersey City, New Jersey6 contributions4 helpful votes
We were debating taking a free walking tour in Buenos Aires when we came across the San Telmo tour. It was definitely worth the money. We had been staying in San Telmo already and the tour helped tremendously in helping us understand the history and culture of the barrio. Our guide was very helpful and knowledgeable about the area. We learned abou street art, history, politics, food, culture and a great deal more about Buenos Aires as a whole vs. what I think we would have learned from a general free walking tour.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Yannis200 wrote a review Nov 2015
San Francisco, California3 contributions
Fantastic way to get around San Telmo. We took a nice long walk around the area, stopped for lunch at a great choripan place and for coffee at Mercado and even got to try mate. We got to check out street art, galleries, filetes, parks and Argentine history hot spots. Overall, highly recommended.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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