We took the Gray Line City Tour of Buenos Aires the first afternoon we were there. We saw the major areas of the city of which there are many. I think all tours depend on the luck of the draw as to who your guide is, but for us, we were able to see which places we wanted to go back to on our own and which places we felt we saw enough of during the tour. Our tour had three stops, one of which was Recoleta Cemetary. We were on our own for 20 minutes and frantically searching for Eva Peron's tomb. It was quite comical actually. We met up with some young backpackers who were also looking for it and they finally found it and came running after us to tell us where it was. My recommendation is - know that the tomb isn't pretentious - it is Duarte Family - her maiden name, not Peron and have a pretty good idea where it is before you go inside the cemetary. We were told by our guide we'd find it because there would be a lot of people there and we wouldn't miss it. Not so! I must, however, commend the folks at Gray Line as my husband left his camera on the tour bus and they found it and managed to get it back to us. Thank you, Gray Line!!!!!!!!!!!
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