Accessible Buenos Aires Tours
Your accessible Buenos Aires dream getaway is a worry-free and exciting vacation opportunity for you and your family. Our wheelchair-friendly tours include a good variety of options to offer, letting you see the best of this beating heart of South America, from elegant architectural abundance with monumental historic landmarks to the vibrant neighborhood of old La Boca full of tango spirit. Take time to enjoy this outstanding city’s melting pot of cultures and colors you won’t find anywhere else while your private local guide unfolds charming stories navigating you through wheelchair-accessible routes.
Discover the Argentinean capital’s distinct character boasting endless diversity and uniqueness to see why this legendary wonderland never ceases to amaze. You won’t be able to resist our Highlights of Buenos Aires Wheelchair Accessible Driving tour as it’s enough to make most jaws drop at the variety of elegant architectural styles and rich European heritage. Immerse yourself into the stories of the past at the historically significant Cemetery of La Recoleta, explore the oldest public square in Buenos Aires, right there learn the intriguing name origin story of Casa Rosada (Pink House) – the office of the President of Argentina, grab your camera in La Boca, the most photogenic stop on Buenos Aires. Marvel at the moving sculpture of the gargantuan steel flower sculpture. Take time to enjoy this outstanding city’s melting pot of cultures and colors you won’t find anywhere else while your private local guide unfolds charming stories navigating you through wheelchair-accessible routes.
Unveil the Argentinean distinguished appeal full of never-ending unique landmarks and discover why this legendary city’s gems keep attracting hordes of visitors from all over the globe. Our Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Half-Day Driving Tour will introduce you to wonders and spellbinding stories emerging around each corner of this magnificent city. You will enjoy driving through Avenida 9 De Julio, the world’s widest boulevard, view the monumental Opera House “Teatro Colon” and national hero honoring Obelisk, explore historical and political epicenter at the Plaza de Mayo, catch the South American spirit through the bustling neighborhood of San Telmo full of antique shops and feel the truly Argentinian passion for football in La Boca neighborhood. Your friendly private guide will be navigating you through accessible routes to make each stop of the tour filled with ultimate charm and overwhelming diversity you would never resist trying out.
While in the beautiful city of Buenos Aires, allow yourself time to enjoy the abundance of culture and art with endless discoveries to enjoy this Wheelchair Accessible Full-Day Buenos Aires City Driving Tour. Create the ultimate Argentinian experience from well-known spots to remote finds. You will be marveled to spend all day to gain an insight into this undisputed jewel of all Argentina and cover the breadth and wealth of what this marvelous city has been keeping for you – the oldest public square in Buenos Aires, notable graves in La Recoleta Cemetery. You will immerse into old colonial architecture and shady plazas of San Telmo, feel the vibrant neighborhood of La Boca, take a stroll around the lake and rose garden in the city’s biggest and most popular park Los bosques de Palermo (The Forests of Palermo), to name but a few spots for a full-day fun. Our first-hand knowledge local guide is willing to share the keys to discover and fall in love with this truly unique city filled with European architecture and a Latin charm using wheelchair-accessible routes.
Discover the lasting legacy of Argentina and get straight to the heart of Buenos Aires with our Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Walking/Rolling Guided Tour. Feel the real rhythm of the city and browse through its iconic and legendary landmarks boasting elegant architectural abundance and see why the city is lovingly called the Paris of South America. You will explore the colonial past on Plaza de Mayo, with its Presidential Pink Palace, see Argentina’s national hero’s burial place at the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral, pass by the Cabildo, the first city hall of Buenos Aires, feel the Parisian spirit of Avenida de Mayo (May Avenue) with its numerous astonishing buildings, checking out its countless antique stores and you are sure to be delighted at omnipresent tangoing locals strutting their stuff most of the time to such charming Argentinian accordion music and your local friendly guide will be happy to navigate you through the best of Buenos Aires using wheelchair-accessible routes.
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