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- Bilingual guide.
- Visit to the Institute of Jewish Studies, Ashkenazi and Sephardic Synagogues.
Days and Hours:
- Monday to Thursday (Time: to be arranged).
- 4 hours approx.
Book the cultural Jewish city tour of Buenos Aires to discover the traditions of the Jewish Community in Buenos Aires by visiting the most important Jewish landmarks in Argentina. The Jewish City Tour of Buenos Aires will leave you with an overall view of the Jewish community’s presence today in Buenos Aires and its fascinating history in the past.
The Jewish city tour of Buenos Aires explores the biggest Jewish community in Latin America and the 7th largest outside Israel. The Jewish community began their immigration to Argentina at the end of the 19th century and settled in the Porteño neighbourhoods of Barracas, Balvanera and Villa Crespo where their presence can still be clearly seen today. The Jewish families dispersed around the city soon after, leaving a strong impression on many of the neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires. This Jewish heritage tour visits Once, one of Buenos Aires’ most traditional Jewish neighbourhoods. The Jewish community tour will take you to explore the Institute of Jewish studies and the outstanding Ashkenazi and Sephardic Synagogues of Buenos Aires. The cultural city tour will take you to visit the site where the Buenos Aires Israel Embassy used to stand prior to the terrorist attack in 1992. Your bilingual guide will give you information and let you into the fascinating stories behind the places of interest and will be able to answer your questions about the Jewish Community in Buenos Aires.
Book this informative and interesting Jewish City Tour of Buenos Aires which will leave you with an overall understanding of the Porteño Jewish community, their current standing in society, the difficulties the community faced in the past and the community’s triumphs. Discover the largest South American Jewish community with this Jewish City Tour of Buenos Aires.
- Passengers will be invited to donate USD$10 to the Jewish institutions development.
- The price is for reservations from 2 passengers and more.
- For single reservations please contact our support team by phone, by online chat or email us.
- Please also note that discounts are available for groups (6 people and more). Consult our customer service team for more info.
- Entrance to the AMIA (Argentinean Jewish Community Centre) depends on the institution. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 12am (closed on weekends or religious holidays). Please note that tour participants must provide their full name, passport number and country of origin, at least 48hours before the tour. If on the day of the tour it is not possible to enter to the AMIA, other landmarks of the Jewish community will be visited.