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Relive the rags to riches story of Evita Peron in the city of Buenos Aires. Spend the day visiting some of the most important places in her life and in her troublesome death in your private transportation. Your guide will go over the fascinating details of her move to Buenos Aires, her marriage to Juan Peron, president of Argentina, and her work for the country’s poorest people as First Lady and Spiritual Leader of the Nation. However, her life was not without controversy. Your tour guide will explain people mixed feelings towards the first lady.
Following Evita’s trail will lead you to some of the most interesting neighborhoods in the city. The most interesting and tragic part of the tour is the story of Evita’s travels postmortem. Her body was moved around all over Europe and then eventually back to Argentina in the Recoleta Cemetery. You’ll also have the choice to visit the Evita Peron Museum during the tour day. Evita is the perfect excuse to visit some of the not-to-be-missed sights in the city and a great way to learn about the country’s complicated history.
This tour is easily accessible to people of all ages and physical abilities. Please inform your local guide if you need accommodations.
Born and raised in the wonderful city of Buenos Aires, I’ve always been intrigued by our diverse local culture. I believe there is a place here for everyone one. I’ve spent my life trying to discover every corner of the city. Now, I love sharing the best of what I’ve found with the city’s visitors.
I’ve always known that I wanted to be a tour guide. I studied marketing and photography because I knew I would need these skills in my career. In 2006, upon graduating, I landed my dream job as a local guide. I focus all my tours on the local flavors that make Buenos Aires so special. I’m passionate about giving my tour attendees an all-encompassing tour of the city. With me as your guide, you’ll see all of the best that Buenos Aires has to offer including tango, soccer, and places of historical importance. We can even dive into a discussion on the current state of our economy and politics. I also like to take my tours to some of my favorite restaurants because you can learn so much about a region just by trying its food, especially in this city full of bold flavors. Let me know what your passions are and I can certainly find something here that you will love. I will leave no stone unturned and you will leave with a local’s perspective on what I think is the greatest city in the world.
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