We came to Buenos Aires with little knowledge of its colorful history, and this tour allowed us to see it through a totally new lens and gave us great perspective to carry with us through the rest of our visit. [Our guide was] both delightfully friendly and incredibly knowledgeable. She did a fantastic job of putting sites in their historical context, and we so appreciated that she gave us a great overview of Argentina’s history, in addition to that of Buenos Aires specifically, and Peronism.
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Natalia is an actress, translator, and language teacher. Working as an English and Spanish-as-a-second-language instructor at several universities, study-abroad programs, and in-company courses, she specializes in alternative techniques and has become an entrepreneur in the field, creating <a href="https://www.facebook.com/clubestomato">Tomato Spirit English Clubs</a>, an acting and language school. In addition, Natalia has worked as an actress, producer, and director in Argentina, Bolivia, Germany, and Spain. At present, she is working on the last stage production of her play “To Be or Not To Be... from the South.”
BA is a city where Patricia can never get bored. She's a big fan of her city, always discovering new places, stories and curiosities. In particular she is passionate about walking, to discover the antique markets, mate (Argentina's social drink) and anywhere where she can experience Argentine culture and way of living. As an expert on Jewish life and heritage in Argentina, Patricia knows the ins and outs of current Jewish issues in Buenos Aires. Patricia fell in love with showing people her city 9 years ago and always looks forward to meeting new friends.
Andrea is native of Buenos Aires born at a tango and historical immigration area. In her former profession, she worked for almost 18 years with economics for large international companies like the US Embassy, the Interamerican Development Bank , the American Jewish Joint, the Hebrew Institute of Chile. She used to travel a lot with the idea of enjoying and discover the local culture. She traveled around Europe as a backpacker, later on to Israel, besides most of the countries in the Americas including United States, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay, Brasil, Chile, etc and of course all around Argentina. She loves to guide, dance tango and assist to cultural activities. She belong to many communities so she always knows someone in the city ! Her passion is discovering new curiosities about her vibrant home of Buenos Aires City and love to be always updated with the economy and politics. She looks forward to sharing this city and her passion with Context clients, together exploring and sharing stories.
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