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Buenos Aires Food Walking Tour in Recoleta
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Palermo Food Tour
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Palermo Food Tour
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Experience Buenos Aires from a different perspective!<br>We will take you to 4 amazing restaurants that cannot be found on any guidebook!<br>Enjoy over 8 different dishes and drinks showcasing the best of Argentine cuisine!<br>Discover the neighbourhood of Palermo while meeting fellow travellers!<br>Intimate food tour with a max of 10 guests to keep it personal.<br>Knowledgable guides who are truly passionate about gastronomy.<br>We do tours for max 10 guests at a time to keep it intimate.
$64.00 per adult
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mmlosey1119 wrote a review Apr 2020
Houston, Texas1,219 contributions76 helpful votes
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We stayed in a boutique hotel for our one night in BA because I wanted to be close to the cemetery. The neighborhood felt safe enough to walk from our hotel to the cemetery in the late afternoon. There was a currency exchange place open on Sunday just a block from our hotel so
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Date of experience: January 2020
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magicien2 wrote a review Apr 2020
Victoria, Canada105 contributions35 helpful votes
Recoleta is a beautiful area with stores, restaurants and parks. We spent 4 nights in the center of the action and loved every minute of it. People are really kind. So much to see and so close to transportation. A great area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CBonn57 wrote a review Apr 2020
Quispamsis, Canada194 contributions44 helpful votes
We were up early and the Recoleta was a short distance from our hotel. No one was around so we were able to stroll through the cemetery and view the amazing tombstones . It truly was a peaceful time to view this remarkable cemetery.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Judy B wrote a review Mar 2020
New Berlin, Wisconsin292 contributions57 helpful votes
After wandering all over Buenos Aires for two weeks, this area is definitely one of the nicest! Lovely shops, fairly quiet, good location, not a ton of restaurants but the ones that are here were very good.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tupelo010835 wrote a review Mar 2020
Denton, Texas1,924 contributions448 helpful votes
It was a bit rainy the day we were there but that didn't deter us from spending a couple of hours just strolling around the area. Lots to see and do. Very safe if not altogether spotless.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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