Trip Planner : South America / Argentina / Capital Federal District / Buenos Aires / Historic Sites / COMISION NACIONAL DE LA MANZANA DE LAS LUCES
COMISION NACIONAL DE LA MANZANA DE LAS LUCES, Buenos Aires
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Step into COMISION NACIONAL DE LA MANZANA DE LAS LUCES and immerse yourself in the local history and culture. The plaza and surrounding buildings were erected over four centuries ago by the Jesuits, and the area features multiple entrances to the old tunnels beneath Buenos Aires. Take a tour through the area and see the gates leading underground and learn about the history of the plaza and the city itself. Be aware that tour guides only speak Spanish. The plaza today has many artisanal shops, cafes, and small restaurants. A visit to COMISION NACIONAL DE LA MANZANA DE LAS LUCES represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Buenos Aires family vacation planner to plot your vacation.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Visitamos en familia la Manzana de las Luces y enorme fue nuestra sorpresa al acceder a este mundo sólo referido en nuestros libros de historia. Para aquellos que viajamos desde el interior del país e... read more »We visited family in the Manzana de las Luces and great was our surprise when accessing this world only referred in our history books. For those who travel from the interior of the country, it is an unforgettable experience.show original
Passeio para quem quer mergulhar na história local. Alguns detalhes a gente até perde, já que é um lugar pensado para visitas locais. Visitas guiadas apenas em espanhol.Walk for those who want to immerse themselves in local history. Some details we lose, as it is a place designed for local visits. Guided tours only in Spanish.show original
Passeio bacana, confesso que esperava mais um pouco, mas foi legal e curioso. Mostra a parte mais antiga de Buenos Aires, onde haviam uns tuneis que ligavam os principais prédios da época da colonizaç... read more »Nice ride, I confess that I expected a little more, but it was cool and curious. Shows the oldest part of Buenos Aires, where there were some tunnels linking the main buildings of the era of colonization. All with a guide that explains everything in detail.show original
Angeles VG.Beauty!show original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.