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14 Mar 2016
“A Fabulous Walking Tour, Custom Designed for us!”
24 Feb 2016
“Great way to experience San Telmo”
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ESTA VISITA GUIADA ES EN Ingles!!! The San Telmo Art & History Walk is a 3-hour guided walking tour through Buenos Aires' oldest and most bohemian barrio. Graffiti. Galleries. Art. History. Culture. Open your eyes in Buenos Aires.
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Plaza Dorrego | Corner of Humberto Primo & Defensa, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Palermo
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Reviewed March 14, 2016

The four of us wanted a walking tour that would show us one of the art areas of Buenos Aires, including history, street art, museums, and photo ops. Sounded like a tall order but Kevin created a private tour that did it all, plus lunch!...More

2  Thank NathanD D
Reviewed February 24, 2016

We were debating taking a free walking tour in Buenos Aires when we came across the San Telmo tour. It was definitely worth the money. We had been staying in San Telmo already and the tour helped tremendously in helping us understand the history and...More

Thank Emmanuel V
Reviewed November 30, 2015

Fantastic way to get around San Telmo. We took a nice long walk around the area, stopped for lunch at a great choripan place and for coffee at Mercado and even got to try mate. We got to check out street art, galleries, filetes, parks...More

Thank Yannis200
Reviewed July 12, 2015 via mobile

This is truly one of the best art fairs/antique markets that I've ever seen. They have amazing antiques and things that you can't find anywhere else. Don't miss this Sunday tradition in Buenos Aires. It is a really great place to buy souvenirs and to...More

2  Thank Jon M
Reviewed May 22, 2015

The San Telmo Art Walk is totally a thing unto itself. Taking over the entire neighborhood, one can walk and view everything in the mercado for HOURS, never tiring of it. YOU MUST GO!

1  Thank PRichards_13
Reviewed April 16, 2015

The tour was a really great way to experience Buenos Aires and the San Telmo area. I typically do not like tours, but loved that this was specific to the art and culture of the area. Not only did we see some great street art,...More

1  Thank Stephanie H
Reviewed April 3, 2015 via mobile

Steve was a great guide through the wonderful neighborhood of San Telmo. During what was his first solo guiding experience of this tour he was accompanied by another guide Rick. The information they shared about the history of both this neighborhood and its art certainly...More

1  Thank Jokermanj
Reviewed April 3, 2015 via mobile

My husband and I did the art walk with Rick and Steve. It was Steve's first time leading a tour, so Rick was there to fill in any blanks. The wealth of knowledge these two shared with us was amazing. We learned so much about...More

1  Thank GoldenEel79
Reviewed January 15, 2015

Having lived in many different areas of Buenos Aires for the last 6 years, Rick has insiders knowledge (with the added benefit of an outsiders perspective) on all things San Telmo. His 3hr tour took us on a journey of art, history, antiques, food &...More

1  Thank Heidi A
Reviewed January 15, 2015 via mobile

I've been to San Telmo many times and have enjoyed the street art but this tour gave me a whole different perspective. I learned more about the neighborhood and its history. I gained an understanding for the role of art in Buenos Aires. Most importantly,...More

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