Buenos Aires
Private and Semi-Private Guided Tours

Known worldwide for cutting-edge street art, tango, and steak, Buenos Aires’ multicultural past and present lend it a vibrancy all its own.
Shaped by waves of intense European immigration in the 19th century, Buenos Aires was built on a fusion of cultures. From the city’s distinct lunfardo dialect, dance and musical heritage, and beautiful belle epoque architecture, Buenos Aires carries traces of international elements that still persist within the Argentine identity. Experience the many sides of Buenos Aires with Context's private and semi-private guided tours.

Buenos Aires Private and Guided Tours

With over a dozen local experts, our Buenos Aires private and semi-private guided tours offer a chance to dig beneath the surface of the city and discover why the world once said "rich as an Argentine!" In our view, it's impossible to understand Buenos Aires without considering its two pillars of tango and Evita. Luckily, we have you covered on this with our Buenos Aires Tango Tour, which visits the cafes, stores, and dance halls where tango was born—your dance instructor guide can even help you plan a tango milonga night afterwards. Alternatively, join our Evita Peron Tour and learn how this magnetic figure personified an entire nation. On the tour, we explore the political and social conditions that led to her monumental rise and fall, and visit her final resting place, Recoleta Cemetery, one of the most stunning burial grounds in the world. Finally, once you've wrapped up a long day of plodding the city's streets, imbibe some of the country's best vintages on our Buenos Aires Wine Tour, venturing beyond the ubiquitous Malbec to get a grasp on the rich diversity of terroir to be found here.