Corrientes Avenue — The early 20th century’s modernity in the veins of Buenos Aires
Corrientes Avenue has become one of the most important streets of Buenos Aires, a place where culture, shows, history and libraries meet to make this street a reference point of Porteño spirit.
We would like you to join us in this new walking tour in the city. This time we will stroll down a part of Avenida Corrientes, spotting the important buildings and putting them in the context of the early 20th century. We will also describe relationships between past tours, pointing out similarities or differences between neighborhoods.
Date: Saturday, October 7
Starting at: 10:30 a.m. (please be on time!)
Total time: approximately 2 hours
Meeting point: Corner of Corrientes Avenue and Bouchard Street
Finishing point: Intersection of Corrientes Avenue and Carlos Pellegrini Avenue
Cost: 250 pesos for BAIN members – 300 pesos for non-BAIN members
Please bring exact change!
Note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes
At this tour, you can purchase your tickets to the BAIN Downtown End-of-Year Event to take place on Thursday, November 20. Ticket prices are: Members – 700 pesos; Non-Members – 900 pesos.
***IMPORTANT: If you sign up for this tour and then can’t come, please let Ezequiel know so that someone else can take your place.
RSVP to Ezequiel: firstname.lastname@example.org
(when signing up please add your cell phone number)
Ezequiel Cerioni is a member of BAIN Downtown and a tour guide. He has previously led walking tours for BAIN, including:
Subway tour “Buenos Aires from Below” (April 2017)
“Colors in La Boca Neighborhood” (May 2017)
“Alvear Avenue: When the outskirts became glamorous” (June 2017)
“Parque Lezama: Uncovering the myths of the foundation of Buenos Aires” (July 2017)
And the recent “The Parks of the West: Parque Chas and Agronomía neighborhoods. The new “barrios” in the early 20th century. (August 2017)