Buenos Aires, Argentina
----- THIS TOUR IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ADVANCE SKATERS -----
Our tour will begin in Plaza de Mayo civic center of the city founded in 1580 by the Spanish Juan de Garay, we will see the Casa Rosada or government house where the famous executive balcony will be located where Evita Perón gave his last speech before die of cancer at 33 years of age.
We will also visit the Metropolitan Cathedral where it is located in the Mausoleum of General San Martín and its remains
From there we will take the Avenida de Mayo inaugurated in 1894 to unite the Casa Rosada headquarters of the National Executive Power with the Congress of the Nation headquarters of the legislative power, this avenue houses restaurants and cafés that are testimony of the influence of Spanish immigration, we will also pass to visit the Tortoni cafe founded in 1858 (the oldest in Buenos Aires), with much of its wonderful original decoration still intact.
We will cross Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in our country, from where we will observe the symbolic obelisk of the city of Buenos Aires.
We will continue walking to appreciate the Congress of the Nation, seat of the legislative power, then we will take the Belgrano Avenue and we will arrive at the neighborhood of Puerto Madero and from there we will go to eat a Choripan, typical food from here with Coca in the area of ??Costanera Sur.
Please let me know in advance if you need rollerblades and your size!
2 to 6
Spanish, Portuguese, English
Guided tour + Rollerblades + Choripan & Soft drink in Costanera
Plaza de Mayo
Comfortable clothes, sunscreen in summertime
It really cought my attetion the Choripan. When I read the description I was surprised, but then I keep reading and tought, what a super cool experience to rollerblade, get information about the history of the city and end up eating the famous Choripan with a local guide. That's a plan for me! I really recommend this activity to do something creative and different.10 Feb 2018