Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires

Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires: Our most recommended tours and activities

Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

1. Buenos Aires: Walking City Tour with Colón Theater & Museums

Discover the most representative sites of the districts of San Telmo and Puerto Madero. San Telmo neighborhood is one of the oldest districts, known for its vibrant tango and arts scene, its antique markets and 19th-century decorations. Puerto Madero is the most modern part of the city with the revolving bridge of Puente de la Mujer, representing a couple dancing the Tango.  At Plaza de Mayo, admire the Metropolitan Cathedral, the colonial town hall of The Cabildo, and the Casa Rosada, the official residence of the President of Argentina. Then, walk to the Obelisco de Buenos Aires in the center of Avenida 9 de Julio, erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the city, and finish the walking tour in front of the Colon Theater.  The Colon Theater is considered one of the 5 best opera houses in the world for its size, acoustics, and trajectory. You can choose to add a 50-minute guided tour of the Colon Theater. Admire the stunning auditorium, main foyer, Gallery of Busts, and Golden Hall. Marvel at the stunning details of the building's stairs, sculptures, ceilings, stained glass, and more.  You can choose to add a visit to the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires). Board a public bus to the Palermo neighborhood to enter the museum that collects, preserves, studies, and disseminates Latin American art in all mediums. See approximately 400 works of art at your own pace and take the time to explore each room at leisure. You can choose to add a visit to the Teatro Colón and the MALBA. Your guide will wait for you while you take the guided tour of the theater before escorting you to the MALBA. 

Buenos Aires: Night Tour with Dinner & Show in Tango Porteño

2. Buenos Aires: Night Tour with Dinner & Show in Tango Porteño

The perfect tour to get to know the Buenos Aires night. The lights of the city will take us to discover the vibrant neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and its impressive monuments. We will begin our tour a few meters from the Obelisco. We will continue the walk along Avenida de Mayo and the renowned Corrientes Avenue, the "street that never sleeps", with its famous bars and theaters. We will visit the area off Plaza de Mayo, El Cabildo, La Casa Rosada and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Later, Puerto Madero will welcome us with its dams, its distinguished gastronomy and the imposing Puente de la Mujer. We will continue through the northern part of the city: Recoleta and Palermo are the symbols of the Buenos Aires aristocracy. We will end our tour at Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world, where we can find numerous places of interest such as the Teatro Colón. Dinner show at Tango Porteño: Just a few steps from the Obelisk, Tango Porteño recreates the golden age of Tango. It proposes a journey back in time through those glorious '40s in Buenos Aires when tango was breathed and enjoyed in every corner of the city. The scenographic display and the meticulousness of the costumes create the unbeatable framework to transport us back in time and enjoy an unforgettable experience.

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What people are saying about Puente de la Mujer, Buenos Aires

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Great personal introduction to the city. The theatre is amazing! The museum is also good. We stayed in Recoleta so walk back to hotel from the museum was great, as it went past some nice sights.

The Colon Theater was just amazing. Opéra 2 in Paris is not as easy to compare, but I thought it was better than La Scala in Milan. The old town was interesting, but the new town was boring.