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Private Tour

The Best of Argentinian Art

A journey around the key art galleries of Buenos Aires.
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Things to know

Duration:

6 hrs

Suitable for:

Couples, Family, Friends, Seniors

Private Tour:

You and our own professional guide. 100% exclusive

Tickets included:

Type of tour:

Walking tour - the cost of all public transport is included between sights. Your guide will help you with this.

Other inclusions:

Free concierge service if you need any advice
Meeting points: Outside San Juan Metro station

What makes this tour special

·        Visit the MAMBA and MACBA galleries in San Telmo
·        Compare Argentinian and European painters in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
·        Appreciate the different types of national art at the Museo de Arte Popular José Hernandez
·        Enjoy classics of Latin American art at MALBA

An extensive journey around the classic art galleries of Buenos Aires, this tour in the company of an expert guide will leave you with a greater appreciation of the city’s role as a cultural center. 

Art among Grandeur

The barrio of San Telmo – the oldest in the city – provides a fitting (if contrasting) setting for two galleries devoted to modern art. Stepping into the Museo de Arte Moderno (which everyone calls MAMBA), you will be able to see its excellent range of temporary exhibitions. Your private guide will also take you to the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (or MACBA). Specialising in abstract art, it is a comparatively new gallery that revels in being at the cutting edge of the Buenos Aires cultural scene. 

National Home of Art

Moving to the north of the city, your guide will take you into the barrio of Palermo. The product of Buenos Aires’ 19th-century expansion – and surprisingly not named after the capital of Sicily – the area possesses an Italianate charm. Entering Buenos Aires’ most illustrious gallery, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, you will be able to see many important works by national artists as well as European painters such as Rembrandt’s Portrait of a Young Woman, or Van Gogh’s Le Moulin de la Galette. The largest collection of public art in Latin America has a great deal to offer visitors. It is very easy to get lost in its 24 exhibition halls listening to your guide discussing the different variations of Argentine art as they point you to examples.

Palermo’s Other Treasures

If you can bear to leave the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, the Museo de Arte Popular José Hernandez is nearby. Only a small museum, it nevertheless offers the chance to see the different variations of Argentine art, from urban to indigenous. Your guide will also take you to the Museo de Arte Latin Americano de Buenos Aires. Commonly known by its initials of MALBA, the gallery is based on the collection of real estate businessman Eduardo Constantini. Surrounded by important Latin American pieces of art, including Tarsila do Amaral’s Abaporu and Antonio Berni’s Manifestación, this spacious glass-surrounded gallery provides an excellent architectural setting for its pieces. 

What you'll see

MACBA
A must-see for people interested in geometric or abstract art.
MALBA
Museum devoted to 20th-century Latin American art.
MAMBA
A fine modern art museum which continually rotates its exhibitions.
Museo de Arte Popular José Hernandez
Small gallery showcasing the numerous variations of Argentine visual art.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Outstanding collection which includes work by important Argentinian and foreign artists.

FAQ

QWill there be other people on the tour or is it just us?
AAll of our tours are 100% private and exclusive, which means that it will just be you, your group and your guide on the tour.

Your tour will be completely tailored to your needs and we will make sure to find a guide that best suits your group.
QAre entrance tickets and transport included in the cost of the tour?
AIn the ‘Things to Know’ section at the top of this page you will find details of whatever entrance tickets and transport are included in the tour. If you have any questions about this, then you can either use the chat button in the bottom right hand corner, send an email to <hello@touriocity.com> or call 1-212-710-1322 (US) or +44 20 3009 2392 (UK).
QWhat is your cancellation policy?
AOn tours cancelled more than 48 hours before the scheduled departure time, we are happy to offer our customers a full refund - minus a 5% credit card fee and the cost of any tickets that have been purchased.

For tours cancelled less than 48 hours before the scheduled departure time, we are unfortunately unable to offer refunds. If you would like to reschedule a tour, this is usually possible if we are given enough notice, but we cannot guarantee the same guide.

Changes made to bookings may be subject to rebooking fees to cover the cost of tickets purchased, transport, guide rescheduling and administration.

To cancel or change your booking, please contact us at <hello@touriocity.com> or call 1-212-710-1322 (US) or +44 20 3009 2392 (UK).
QWho do I contact if I have any questions about this tour or if I want to make changes to my tour?
AAt Touriocity, we provide a free concierge service to help you plan your time abroad and they will be able to answer any questions you may have about this tour or any other tours. We are normally able to customise or personalise tours to suit your needs.

Please do get in touch by either using the chat button in the bottom right hand corner, sending an email to <hello@tourioicity.com> or calling 1-212-710-1322 (US) or +44 20 3009 2392 (UK).
QAm I able to book more than one tour?
AAbsolutely, you can book as many tours as you like! You can add them to your cart by clicking the ‘Book Now’ button or you can get in touch and we can put together an itinerary for you. To get in touch, you can either use the chat button in the bottom right hand corner, send an email to <hello@touriocity.com> or call 1-212-710-1322 (US) or +44 20 3009 2392 (UK).

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