Popemania in Buenos Aires

Pope Francis

Look South Tours will be offering exclusive Pope Tours around Buenos Aires and then to the region of Misiones, to discover the Jesuit ruins and more about the Jesuit Ruins of Ruinas de San Ignacio Mini – a UNESCO World Heritage site where we will explore the history of the Jesuit Catholics and the links to the current pope. This will be a two-day tour starting in Buenos Aires and finishing in Posadas, Misiones in the North of Argentina. For more information about this tour and when it will be available to book, please email looksouth@thepolera.co.uk

Home Hotel Buenos Aires

Pope Francis tourFrom May 11, the City of Buenos Aires will offer a guided tours around the life and pastoral activity of His Holiness Pope Francis.

We believe that those who make this journey they will find not only a story of life, but also teachings and values ​​that are the foundation to build together a better society every day.

Walking tours

Flores

  • Days: Every Thursday at 3pm
  • Starting point: San José de Flores Basilica; Av Rivadavia 6950
  • Estimated time: 1.30 h
  • Free. No prior registration.

Attractions:

  1. Basílica San José de Flores
  2. Colegio Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia
  3. Solar de la Infancia
  4. Plazoleta Herminia Brumana
  5. Escuela Nº 08 D.E. 11 “Cnel. Ing. Pedro Antonio Cerviño”

Plaza de Mayo

  • Days: Every Tuesday at 3pm
  • Starting point: Catedral Metropolitana, Rivadavia and Bolívar. (Plaza de Mayo in front of the Cathedral)
  • Estimated time: 1.30 h
  • Free. No prior registration.

Attractions:

  1. Catedral Metropolitana
  2. Arzobispado de Buenos…

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