Buenos Aires Palaces
Fleeing from the yellow fever that broke out in the south of the city, the elite families moved to a healthier area and built their big palaces imitating the French ones.
Ah! But not all of them had that style. We are going to enter a Neo colonial Palace.
In this tour of the big mansions of the families of the high society stories of love and revenge are mixed up.
Owners that could not live in their dreamed houses and other interesting stories.
What is the meaning of the enormous egg in front of San Martín square? Which was the first skyscrapper in the city?
San Martín square is the ideal frame to highlight the figure of the “Father of the Country”.
Beautiful trees and georgeous monuments are part of this landscape.
You don´t need to go to the Louvre to see the Winged Victoria of Samotracia because we will be able to see it on our tour.
We will walk later on along an ondulating street where the colour of the art galleries will be seen and we can enjoy it.
And to end up our tour we will invite you to visit a Palace Museum that is a green and silent oasis in the middle of the bustling city.
At the beginning of the 20th century there was a saying “He is as rich as and Argentinian” and during our promenade you will know why.
Price per person 15 U$D