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Barrios: Caballito a lo largo de los siglos

Elisa

Barrios: Caballito a lo largo de los siglos

Acerca de la experiencia

Un paseo único que explora las joyas ocultas de Buenos Aires se encuentran en un barrio que no encontrarás en las guías de viaje. Viajaremos en el tiempo hasta el siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX para disfrutar de la rica historia cultural y culinaria de Buenos Aires. Visitaremos un impresionante mercado histórico construido en 1889, donde conoceremos nuestra comida local, productos frescos, etc. Te mostraré un lugar inusual: una barbería de moda antigua y un gaucho (gaucho = cowboys argentinos) que también funciona como el único museo vivo de su tipo en este hemisferio. Es un lugar muy fresco que se siente como de hace un siglo y fue nombrado como uno de las mejores barberías en el mundo. Pasearemos por el distrito inglés descubriendo su magnífica diversidad de estilos arquitectónicos. Te llevaré a otros lugares interesantes que también están lejos de las paradas de turistas habituales, así que tendrás una auténtica experiencia local de la verdadera Buenos Aires. Además, este tour no se hace en el estilo de grupo de viaje tradicional como vamos dentro de varios lugares. Tomaremos un breve paseo en autobús, una parte importante de la vida cotidiana de Porteños (gente de Buenos Aires). Ticket de autobús incluido. Visitaremos la iglesia en la que fue bautizado el Papa Francisco. Es una de las iglesias más bellas de la ciudad y la más impresionante que hayas visto jamás! También visitaremos un legendario salón de tango que una vez fue utilizado como silo de grano. Este increíble salón te sorprenderá con su extraña variedad de artefactos y arte. Finalmente, visitaremos un impresionante té / cafetería del siglo XIX y una panadería con candelabros dorados, suelos de mármol italiano y vitrales franceses. Algunos dicen que parece un palacio romano desde el cine.

Número de visitantes

1 a 5

Disponibilidad

martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado

Duración

3.0 hrs.

Idiomas

Inglés, Español

Servicios incluidos

Excursión en pequeños grupos.

Lugar de encuentro

Nos reuniremos en la "Plaza Primera Junta", Avenida Rivadavia y Del Barco Centenera.

Requerimientos

Traé zapatillas cómodas y se puntual.

Condiciones de la reserva

Reserva Regular

Elisa

Buenos Aires, Argentina. Miembro desde 17 nov 2016
Soy un nativo de Buenos Aires que ama interactuar con la gente y compartir mi profundo conocimiento y pasión por esta ciudad: su historia, arte, arquitectura, comida, literatura, etc. Mis ocupaciones pasadas y presentes: fui asistente bilingüe para una empresa de turismo médico , Asistente de investigación de historia y asesor de una revista de viajes sobre lugares y actividades en Argentina. He tomado clases de literatura e historia argentina, turismo, historia del arte, arte latinoamericano, arquitectura e historia de Buenos Aires.

Cada uno de mis tours dura alrededor de 3 horas. Podríamos tomar más tiempo, ya que soy flexible para acomodar las necesidades y preguntas que pueda tener. Y si quieres quedarte un tiempo, no te preocupes, este es tu viaje y, porque sólo reservo fiestas pequeñas, puedes quedarte todo lo que quieras. Esta no es la típica "prisa-prisa" tour.

Opiniones

  • Carl

    We spent the morning with Elise on the Caballito tour in BA. It was a fun way to see a part of BA we would not normally go. THis was our thrid time in BA and we wanted something different. The tour had some intersting stops with the highlight being the subway ride on a wooden subway and a visit to a tango place that was really old and interesting. No tango dancing going on in the morning but the place was really interesting.Vayable is a great way to get to know the city with a local. We will try it in other cities we visit.

    10 jul 2017
  • Michael

    Elisa is an excellent, friendly guide through this interesting and unusual part of Buenos Aires. You see some great stuff you wouldn`t otherwise see. She knows her history and you learn a lot. Definitely recommended!

    09 jul 2017
  • Laura

    It`s a fascinating tour of an area you might not go to otherwise. This is the part of town where Elisa lives so she knows it really well. She is extremely generous with her time and knowledge and I really enjoyed spending time with her.

    08 jul 2017
  • Maggie

    Elisa was fabulous! Our three hours with her gave us a wonderful glimpse into Buenos Aires, its history and people. We were early... she was already there & we started right in. In addition to being willing to share her city, she`s an experienced traveler and fluent in English. She`s chosen sites off the beaten track that even other Argentinians might overlook, she`s done her research, and we stepped right through closed or locked doors we would never have braved to enter. If we had more time, we`d do more of her tours!

    07 jul 2017
  • Jackie

    Elisa was wonderful & very knowledgeable as a guide, sharing insights on not only the history and interesting past events of the area visited but also weaving them into the present day context. I had the pleasure & privilege of her undivided attention and greatly enjoyed an insider`s view of parts of BA that were off the tourist track e.g. the milonga was one of the highlights of the tour for me ! I`d highly recommend this to anyone !

    05 jul 2017
  • Ben

    Me encantó este tour por el barrio de Caballito, pasear por sus calles llenas de historia y descubrir lugares extraordinarios pero que las guías turísticas suelen pasar por alto. Elisa tiene un conocimiento profundo sobre su ciudad y no hay pregunta que quede sin respuesta. Además, por el hecho de ser un tour privado hace que puedas demorarte más o menos en los lugares sin ningún tipo de apremio por su parte. Sin ninguna duda un paseo para recomendar a todos los que visiten Buenos Aires.

    06 jul 2017
  • Nicholas

    This is an absolutely stunning tour! Elisa asked me to name the favourite part of the tour and I could not, because every part was very special. I have been in many areas of Buenos Aires before and some non-tourist areas too so I was not sure that I could be surprised, but I was. Selection of places is really great since they are different and one does not get bored at all, e.g. residential area of Caballito which feels more like Europe (except dog poo which is Buenos Aires classic of course! haha!), an unexpectedly dynamic market with very local feel, the most beautiful church in BA which surprisingly stands in the middle of quite ordinary area, barber`s shop is a real time machine and tango salon is just bizarre. Let alone that Elisa is a very intersting storyteller. Defiinitely recommended!

    04 jul 2017
  • Peter

    I give this tour 5/5 stars. I was lucky enough to have a one on one tour with Elisa. She was extremely flexible and accommodating with arranging the tour. The experience takes in local treasures and Elisa is a wealth of knowledge with regard to the history. I would recommend this tour to anyone who would like to experience the non tourist side of Buenos Aires life!

    03 jul 2017
  • Mike

    Elisa was a wonderful tour guide. Gave a very personalized tour that went through non-tourist areas of Buenos Aires. She was very knowledgeable with the area. It was a fantastic way to spend our afternoon. I would 100% recommend tours through her again

    02 jul 2017
  • Nicholas

    It was an amazing experience for me and my sister. We booked only a few hours before the tour started and Elisa showed us some hidden gems in her neighbourhood. Caballito is a bit off the beaten track which makes it even more interesting. Elisa is a great tour guide and I can highly recommend a tour with her. Her English is perfect and the tour is done in a very pleasant non-rush way. Great day!! Thank you Elisa!!

    01 jul 2017
  • Susan

    Amazing Tour! First Elisa is a wonderful, interesting guide. Her research and knowledge shows through in her narration. She is a delight! We were a family of 6 adults and actually did 2 of Elisa`s tours back to back one day. This tour gave us a chance to immerse ourselves in historic neighborhoods. We enjoyed hearing the stories of buildings/areas and then being able to go INSIDE and get a feel for the history there. Elisa had old photos for many of the places so we could appreciate how the area once looked and see the changes in front of us. We loved the market, the church of Pope Francis was beautiful, the cafe and the tango milonga were such a treat to visit. Also the barbershop was so interesting and the owner is a character! Thank you Elisa and Vayable for providing a connection to cultures

    30 jun 2017
  • Emiliano

    I live in Buenos Aires and I know Caballito. What I've never imagined was all the history and hidden spots of the neighborhood. Literally I felt like a tourist! In my own city! I loved the antique Barber shop, right next to the market and the possibility to access a famous Tango dance floor during the day! Super recomendable.

    07 jul 2016
  • Alex

    We had a great time with Elisa walking around one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. She guided us through an old market with traditional butcher shops and colorful vegetables stands. We visited a century-old barber shop and rode the bus to a beautiful Church where Pope Francis and Tango singer Gardel were baptized. We also visited a "milonga", a popular tango place, what an amazing experience!!

    05 oct 2016
  • Mauro

    Amazing way to know BA non turistics neigboorhoods. The tour guides you through history of the city. We saw main spots of Capital Federal, eat Empanadas, and took a coffee at an incredible bar.

    08 jul 2016

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