Walking Buenos Aires by Evita!Approx. Time: 4 hours
Activity Level: Moderate

Starting our “EVITA” tour at the recently opened Museo Evita in Palermo our target consists in offering our visitors an idea of her unique life from extremely humble origins in Los Toldos where she was born in 1919 up to the acme of her power till her death in 1952.

Visit to the Museum in Lafinur Street where the whole Evita parafernalia is displayed; her legendary luxurious gowns, her days in the stage and screen, her meeting with General Juan Peron, her social works with her “grasitas” (working class people), her books and speeches, films and videos showing her at the Casa Rosada addressing the masses and images of her wake at the Parliament and later transportation by the streets of Buenos Aires.

A 20-minute walk by Palermo Parks up to the National Library where the official residence of Peron and Evita was erected before it was put on fire and then put down. Arrival in Recoleta Cementery and visit to Eva Peron’s mausoleum.

A short drive to Plaza de Mayo, political core of Argentina since colonial times where we’ll be at the scenery where most of her speeches took place from the balconies of Casa Rosada, the same from where Madonna addressed the multitude in Allan Parker’s musical.

A short walk along Avenida de Mayo up to café Tortoni, the oldest in the country, opened in 1858 on which premises functions the National Academy of Tango and where our guide will comment some of Evita’s ideas and speeches.

Note: Price listed above is for up to 2 passengers, NOT per person. If your party is greater than 2, please contact us for pricing details and possible group discounts.