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Buenos Aires Private City Tour
"Your 4-hour tour starts at any time you select upon booking. You will be picked up from your chosen location and along with your guide start your journey. You will first visit the political center of the city arriving at the historical May Square (Plaza de Mayo) the place where Buenos Aires was founded. Here you will see the Pink House (Government House) which houses the mythical balcony from where Evita used to address the people. Continue your tour to see the Cabildo
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Tango Porteño Dinner Show and Tango Lessons in Buenos Aires
"Leave your hotel in a comfortable bus and be taken to Tango Porteño a tango venue that used to be a movie theater located in Downtown Buenos Aires on the famous 9 de Julio Avenue and just a few meters from the obelisk.First enjoy a tango class (included) where you will learn the basic movements of this beautiful sensual dance. In one hour professional teachers will introduce you to this wonderful dance declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.Once the class is over you'll head to the main salon
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Buenos Aires Combo Tour: City Sightseeing Plus Madero Tango Show with Dinner
"Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour (Morning or afternoon):After pickup from your hotel you'll head to Downtown Buenos Aires where you will see the Plaza de la República which is a square on Avenida 9 de Julio where Obelisco de Buenos Aires is placed (Obelisk of Buenos Aires). Admire this 1936 monument placed to honor the foundation of the city. Then you'll go to Plaza de Mayo which is home to Casa Rosada the official office of the Argentine president. You can take photos here and admire some important surrounding buildings including the Metropolitan Cathedral and city hall. Your tour then takes you to the south part of the city as you reach the o
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Los Inmortales Tips (4)

Los Immortales

OMG, this place is excellent!! I discovered it during my first visit to Buenos Aires and have been back on my subsequent visits. The restaurant is quite large with many tables and some boths and...
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Jul 28, 2015

Los Imortales

I am used to getting subpar service when I travel as I don't have a great grasp of any language other than English, but I do try. That being said, I've had many positive experiences where the language...
funkyg
Apr 30, 2010

Los Inmortales

This restaurant is perfect, you can have the best pizza in the world and enjoy the inmortal characters of Argentina at the same time. You can see the most popular figures of the country everywhere,...
belugademarfil
Aug 11, 2009

Los Inmortales - Pizzeria- Sobre Av. Corrientes

El lugar es de una fuerte personalidad local. Me indicaron que fue el primer restaurante habierto con ese nombre. Las paredes tapizadas de fotografias de personajes adornan el lugar. Se percibe un...
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SerSol
Mar 16, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Los Inmortales

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Obelisco - Obelisk

One of the most famous landmarks in Buenos Aires is the Obelisco de Buenos Aires. The Obelisk was constructed in 1936 in commemoration of the 4th centenery of the foundation of the city of Buenos...
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Jewish Museum

Across Calle Libertad from the Plaza Lavalle and in between the Teatros Colon and Cervantes, the Templo Libertad dates over a hundred years in age, founded by Argentina’s oldest Jewish community –...
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Palacio Barolo

Designed by Italian architect Mario Palanti for knitted fabric magnate Luis Barolo, the landmark building is of the Eclectic style, and has the conceit of emulating the cosmology of Dante Alighieri's...
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Plaza Lavalle

Considering it has been a market square, home to the city's first fun fair, the place the first train journey in the country started from and the site of a revolutionary skirmish, pretty Plaza Lavalle...
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Palacio Congreso

Argentina's national parliament sits under the lofty bronze plated dome of the marble neoclassical building, designed by Italian Vittorio Meano and completed by Argentine architect Julio Dormal in...
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Cafe Tortoni

Durante el día es un café donde puedes imaginarte que vas a charlar con Borges , Alfonsina Storni , Quinquela , " Carlos"... , pues aquí es donde ellos se reunían y tenían su tertulia Tomar un café ,...
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Getting to Los Inmortales

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Avenida Corrientes 1369, C1043ABA Buenos Aires

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