Tour of Montserrat – Walk 1 — Avenida de Mayo – February 18 at 11 am

Monserrat and San Telmo are the most historical neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. Yet Monserrat is less well-known and is often confused with San Telmo, even though it is the location of the most important buildings in the city – buildings where many national and local decisions are made.

Montserrat may be small but it has a lot of history in its streets and venues.  For this reason, we have decided to visit it twice, on two different walks.

Please join us for this first tour of the year.  Walk with us along Montserrat´s most important avenue: Avenida de Mayo. We will also talk about Plaza de Mayo and Plaza del Congreso.  In addition, we will visit the Casa de la Cultura Building (formerly the Diario La Prensa).


RSVP to Ezequiel:

Date: Sunday 18, February

Time: 11:00am

Starting Point: 560 Avenida de Mayo

Finishing Point: Corner or Rivadavia and Callao Avenues

Total time: 2.5 hours

Cost: 300 pesos for BAIN members / 330 pesos for non BAIN members

Note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes


***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:

(When signing up, please include your cell phone number.)


Ezequiel Cerioni is a member of BAIN Downtown and a certificate 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)
  • “The Parks of the West: Parque Chas and Agronomía Neighborhoods. The new “barrios” in the early 20th century. (August 2017)
  • And the last tour of 2017 “Corrientes Avenue” (October 2017)


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