Discover one of the most modern, vibrant, historical and cultural city in Latin America: Buenos Aires, find out with Free Walking Tour Buenos Aires in English, your Free Tour Guide will take you all over the Historic Center, there are also options for you to take the Walking Tour of Retiro Cemetery and Recoleta, as well as a free tour through La Boca neighbourhood. Do not miss it, Booking is completely free!
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It is a construction dating back to the colonial era, built in the year 1580, it served as the headquarters of the colonial administration for the Royal Audience of Buenos Aires, but this building underwent through successive restorations. The current building dates back to 1725, designed by an Italian Architect known as Andrés Blanqui. With a walking tour in Buenos Aires, you will get to know much more about this iconic place.
2. The Pink House – Casa Rosada
It was built as a Post Office in 1878 and was inaugurated by President Nicolás Avellaneda in 1879. The new building overshadowed the government palace so that President Julio Argentino Roca requested a widening project of the Post Office in 1882 to transform this building into The New Presidential Palace. this place with the best free tour of Buenos Aires.
3. The National Congress Palace
It is the building where the Congressmen of the Argentinian Nation do their regular activities; The Building is probably largest one built in the world (12,079.6 m² Area) and is located in the historic center of Buenos Aires. It was designed by Architect Vittorio Meano at the beginning of 1896 and put in operation in 1906. There are currently 329 members among senators and deputies. Discover more about the Argentina Congress palace with a free walking tour in Buenos Aires!
The construction of this Avenue began on April the 20th, 1936, and has the name of May 9 in honour of the day of the independence day of Argentina, it has a distance of around 3 kilometres within the urban area of the city in a north to south direction, it is one of the widest avenues in the world (140 meters). It is currently one of the most important arteries of the City of Buenos Aires, this avenue is also very famous because it has an Obelisk.
5. Church of San Ignacio
The Church and cloister of San Ignacio de Loyola is a Catholic building located in the Montserrat neighbourhood, in Buenos Aires. The Society of Jesus built the first adobe church in 1675 but unfortunately, it was destroyed by tremors, earthquakes and time. The current construction dates back to 1712 and was inaugurated in 1722, which makes this church the oldest one in Buenos Aires. Visit it through a Free Walking Tour Buenos Aires.
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