Cobblestones, tango dancers, singers and haphazardly constructed colorful conventillos have made Calle Museo Caminito the darling of Buenos Aires' postcard manufacturers since this pedestrian street was created in 1959.
Graffitimundo's guided tours reveal the extraordinary history of the city’s vibrant urban art culture, from its fiery political origins to the modern context in which Buenos Aires has become one of the
world’s most exciting cities for street art.
Plaza de Mayo or May Square is named after the most significant month in Argentina’s post-colonial history and is where local politicians, military and religious leaders and the general populace would gather to stage protests, express solidarity or proclaim their rights.
The Recoleta Cemetery, located in the northern part of barrio Recoleta, is most famous for being the burial ground of Evita Duarte de Peron, but it actually holds many famous military leaders, presidents, scientists, poets and other important or wealthy Argentinians.
Esquina Carlos Gardel, located exactly on the same lot where Carlos Gardel used to sing, offers an unmatched alternative in Tango Show in Buenos Aires.
You will explore the Colegiales, Chacarita, Villa Crespo and Palermo neighborhoods which feature a rich variety of art from leading local and international artists.
Opinions differ about its beauty but there is no questioning that the flower is a powerful, modern symbol of technology and nature.