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Private Guide in Buenos Aires - LIZ Andrea

(Member Since 2009) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Buenos Aires, Tigre Languages: Spanish-English

Hi! Local Expert since 2004 born and raised in Buenos Aires City. Passion: Give tours. Hobbies: Tango Dancer and Sports plus History and Economy. Focus: on doing what I like and help all the local entrepreneurs in my city.

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Private Guide in Buenos Aires - Carina Lago

(Member Since 2015) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Buenos Aires Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese

Hello! I´m always waiting for you in my lovely Buenos Aires city. My aim is to share with you the secrets of Buenos Aires in a custom made way, so you could make the best of your time during your trip. I extremly enjoy when travellers of all over the word tell me how they go further from their expectations about Buenos Aires and "porteņos" traditions.

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Private Guide in Buenos Aires - Maria Angeles Fernandez

(Member Since 2008) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Buenos Aires Languages: Spanish, English

I am a professional tour guide in Buenos Aires, Argentina. My tours are full of interesting information about Argentina, including historical facts, funny anecdotes, relevant political data, and the most important aspects of Buenos Aires. In all my tours I want my passengers to learn about the cultural background of the city, so I make a point of all the changes that took place in the last century.

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Capital: Buenos Aires
Language: Spanish
Currency: Argentine peso (ARS)
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As the world’s eighth largest country and the second largest in South America, Argentina has an abundance of everything. Spanning the southern half of South America, Argentina’s climates range from hot, humid, and rainy to crisp, cold winters. Some areas even maintain a Mediterranean climate year round, making it ideal for vacationing at any time. 

If your interests are in beautiful scenery, majestic glaciers, or mirror-like lakes amidst snowcapped peaks, Argentina has a great variety to interest people from all walks of life. The Iguazu Falls are a short flight from Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital. Nothing else can compare with its jungle surroundings and a total of 275 waterfalls.  You can also hike, ride, or boat along Argentina’s rivers, enjoying the crisp air and spectacular views. The vineyards of Mendoza and the ice fields of El Calafate are also awe-inspiring sites. The salt pans of eastern Argentina are host to numerous rock formations and vistas you will never believe.

Wildlife abounds in Argentina, many of which can be seen in such places as the Punto Tombo National Reserve, where around a million Magellan penguins go to mate each year. A variety of whales, elephant seals, and other oceanic animals are often found here. From wetlands habitats to jungle predators, Argentina has it all.

For those who prefer the bustling city life and cultures of the world, Argentina boasts of wondrous cities with histories unlike anything found elsewhere. One of the premier is Buenos Aires, often called the “Paris of the South.” With its European feel and fast-paced nightlife, foodies can visit an assortment of the city’s famous steakhouses. Or enjoy venues with live performing arts, and attend bars and dance clubs with vibrant, exciting atmospheres. 

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Argentine is one of the most fascinating and attractive countries in the world. It has much to offer to any kind of tourist irrespective of his or her preferences. Tourists say that it is a “must visit” country and they can’t be but right. It goes without saying that tourism occupies an important place in country’s economy and consequently guiding service is always in demand.

In order to provide only service of the highest quality government members had to ensure somehow that the local guides comply with all the rules and offer only qualitative service. That’s why certain rules were introduced in the sphere of guiding. In order to become a guide one has go through a period of detailed training. During this period all guides-to-be learn everything they might need while guiding tourists: history and culture of their motherland, details about each and every landmark in Argentina.

Afterwards they have to pass an examination and only in case their grade is mutually satisfactory they get a special certificate which gives them the access to various historical monuments of Argentina. 

Questions about Argentina
Hi Liz, Thank you for your message and great to know you can tour Chinese market. On we search the 'Top 10 supermarket chains' in your country, and those websites are in Spanish. To plan for the trip and dates we need meet the buyers in those chain, could you organize ...
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