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South America Architecture

South America
Private and Small Group Guided Tours

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Home to an impressive environmental and cultural diversity
This vast landmass is home to more than 12 countries and a dizzying array of cultures, religions, languages, and peoples, the effects of centuries-long interactions between the continent’s indigenous peoples, Spanish and Portuguese colonizers, and African slaves. 

South America also boasts some of the globe’s largest and most impressive geographical features, including the Amazon River, the Amazon Rainforest, the Andes Mountains, the Angel Falls waterfall and the Atacama Desert. 
What Context South America Travelers Say
248 Reviews (4.79)

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We had a marvellous and magical tour with Santiago! His approach showed much thought, knowledge and understanding of the political, economical, cultural, urban and architectural aspects of the early days of Buenos Aires as it developed into a rich showpiece of Argentinian progress. Santiago gave us a thorough reference point to better understand and appreciate the BA of today. His use of anecdotes and facts brought the time period alive. And especially his use of visual aids, all organized to show the continual changes and to highlight the importance of key buildings and the affects of prosperity during that time period have left a memorable image in our minds. Santiago’s friendly, warm demeanour, sense of humour, and mindfulness of our curiosity is very much appreciated! Thank you once again, Santiago!
Juan has great expertise. Would have liked to enter more buildings...eg, Barolo Palace.
Great and timely communication!! Great instructions of where to meet and loved getting the photo of what our guide would look like so that we could find him. Juan Cruz, our guide was incredibly knowledgeable and made the tour outstanding!! Very much liked being able to get in a cab and “move” to another area to see different architecture!