Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Walking/Rolling Guided Tour
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 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.
You will start your journey with your friendly local guide meeting you at your central accessible hotel. You will set off to unveil the charm of this wonderful city in Plaza de Mayo with stunning Casa Rosada, where Eva and Juan Peron gave their historic balcony speeches, which is now the office of the President. You will have plenty of photo opportunities to capture and explore around the monumental Metropolitan Cathedral to see where Pope Francis, as Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio, used to serve his mass before assuming office in the Vatican, and which is now home to the Pope Francis Museum. You will discover Spain’s colonial past administration site at the Cabildo, the fundamental administrative building during the first century of Argentine independence.
Your tour then continues to the awe-inspiring city’s landmark Avenida de Mayo (May Avenue) , a sweeping ten-block avenue to discover why it boasts the name of Paris of South America. Prepare to be enraptured by the astonishing architecture with its eclectic mix of styles and all the grandest buildings lined up along this thoroughfare of history and style.
Your tour wraps up as you find your way into the spotlessly authentic Calle Florida street, a truly pleasant one for a nice stroll peppered with endless famed galleries and vendors selling all you can grab, you will soak up the uniquely Latin hustle and bustle, you will hardly resist the temptation to treat yourself to Argentina’s favorite snack Alfajores and many more of mouth-watering delicacies your eye will spot. Your tour ends, your firsthand memories will never do, since now your experience labeled as ’been there, seen that, felt the spirit’ will harbor the one-of-a-kind treasure of this Argentinian jewel for years to come.
The Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Walking/Rolling Guided Tour features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and accessible toilets along the route).
- Experience the best of Buenos Aires firsthand without having to worry about accessibility!
- Plaza de Mayo
- Metropolitan Cathedral
- Avenida de Mayo
- Calle Florida
The Wheelchair Accessible Buenos Aires Walking/Rolling Guided Tour has received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free, and there is no need for transportation on this tour. 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.
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: 3 hours.
Cost: Cost: 2 pax – 230 USD, 3 pax – 305 USD, 4 pax – 325 USD, 5 pax – 425 USD, 6 pax – 445 USD, 7 pax – 495 USD, 8 pax – 525 USD.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meet-up time: Between 8.30 am and 2 pm.
Meet-up place: Your centrally located accessible hotel.
Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised.
Entrance tickets: Included.
Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.
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