Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Half-Day Driving Tour
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.
The tour begins as your friendly local guide meets you at your centrally located Buenos Aires hotel and you start your journey through this unique city, full of passion, history, culture and magic to wonder at the scale of the widest boulevard of the world Avenida 9 De Julio with its impressive 16 lanes and the outstanding Teatro Colón which is acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world. Enjoy a photo opportunity at the emblematic city’s landmark Obelisco (the Obelisk). Right there marvel at the history breathing in Plaza de Mayo hosting the famous Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Museum and the renowned Cabildo.
The tour continues south through the old neighborhood of San Telmo, passing through Parque Lezama visiting some antique stores full of countless souvenirs. You move even further south to reach the neighborhood of La Boca with its famous football stadium of Boca Juniors, one of the greatest exponents of Argentinian passion and stroll through the famous Caminito street to savor every moment full of color, magic and history. Right there enjoy a theatrical panoramic view of the Riachuelo River. Next, breathe the contrast of the city in Puerto Madero, one of the newest, most exclusive and most modern neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, get your camera ready to appreciate the stunning views of Calatrava Bridge and the “Docks”. You will then head to get the unmissable experience in the trendiest park Los bosques de Palermo (The Forests of Palermo) with its celebrated Paseo El Rosedal (Rose garden walk) to relax and enjoy its magnificent views and stunning flowers along the way or just take a breather in its ample shady space not to leave behind its celebrated Magna Carta monument and countless others, this enormous park truly has it all.
The tour comes to an end as you visit the exclusive and sophisticated neighborhood of La Recoleta, with its cemetery – the final resting place of the nation’s iconic figures, the highlight landmark of the city alongside fine restaurants and cafes. You then get back to your hotel being full of ultimate memories of what this gorgeous city was able to share – from silenced architectural heritage to hustle and bustle of its hive-like avenues. Rest assured, Buenos Aires is always inviting you back for more as its delights never expire nor end!
The Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Half-Day Driving Tour features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and accessible toilets along the route).
- Accessible driving tour in an accessible vehicle equipped with a ramp or lift.
- Experience the best of Buenos Aires firsthand without having to worry about accessibility!
- Plaza de Mayo
- Avenida 9 De Julio
- Paseo El Rosedal
- Puerto Madero
- La Boca neighborhood
- La Recoleta cemetery
The Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Half-Day Driving Tour has received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free. The walking/rolling part of the tour is approximately 2 miles long at a slow pace without any hills. It did not receive a higher rating because the areas can get crowded easily which makes navigating in a wheelchair more challenging. Please note, accessible restroom stops will be included along the route.
This tour uses an accessible vehicle equipped with either a ramp or lift.
The tour route is flat and completely step-free with mostly smooth surfaces. Your tour guide will lead you using wheelchair-friendly routes.
Tour duration: 4 hours.
Cost: Cost: 1-2 pax – 510 USD.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meet-up time: Between 9.00 am to 1 pm.
Meet-up place: Your centrally located accessible hotel.
Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised.
Entrance tickets: not needed.
Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.
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