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culture walk

Barracas neighborhood, the thousand faces of Buenos Aires

culture walk

Barracas neighborhood, the thousand faces of Buenos Aires

9 reviews
Duration
4 hours
Group size
Up to 8 people
Includes
Drinks
Hosted in
English, Spanish
culture walk

Barracas neighborhood, the thousand faces of Buenos Aires

culture walk

Barracas neighborhood, the thousand faces of Buenos Aires

9 reviews
Duration
4 hours
Group size
Up to 8 people
Includes
Drinks
Hosted in
English, Spanish

What you'll do

We will explore the Barracas neighborhood together, which is located in the south of Buenos Aires, and it has always lived in the shadow of the traditional neighborhoods of the city, although it has its own light and is full of art and history. Its the perfect route for those who are more travelers than tourists. Barracas is the neighborhood of aristocratic mansions, abandoned factories, design studios, recovered industries, collective worker housing, graffiti murals, bodegones and centennial bars, railroads, Jews from Syria. Barracas is the neighborhood of old spaces and new ideas, a small city within Buenos Aires, where thousands of styles coexist, treasuring countless stories, characters and well-kept secrets.

Your host

Gustavo

Gustavo

Hello! I am Gustavo, Professional Tourism Guide, Graphic Designer and Radio Producer, therefore ... passionate about traveling, creating and communicating! For 13 years I have shared my knowledge and my love for the city where I live with people from all over the world who seek to discover the B-Side of a place full of treasures. That is why if you believe that TRAVELING is freedom, joy, a state of well-being that cures, a need, a pure passion that increases with every place you know ... we have to share the experience!

What's included

Drinks
If you want to drink something in particular, we combine it beforehand so I can take it!

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Where you'll be

Street Art and Muralism in all its streets. Historic mansions of the 19th century. Old factories converted into modern homes. Old markets become Art Centers. Neo-gothic churches Art noveau train station in operation. Oriental Mudejar style synagogue. Monsignor Espinosa and railway neighborhood Colonia Solá. Notable bars Los Laureles and El Puentecito. El Riachuelo, natural limit of the city.

Availability

Things to keep in mind

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.

Communication policy

Always communicate through Airbnb. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Guest requirements

Up to 8 guests ages 18 and up can attend.

Government ID

You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.

More tips

Estimated time: Approximately 4 hours. Not suitable for children. It is suspended by rain.
Gustavo
Barracas neighborhood, the thousand faces of Buenos Aires
9 reviews
From $38/person
9 reviews
From $38/person