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El Zanjon de Granados, Buenos Aires

4.6
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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  • I was a bit hesitant to visit after some of the reviews, but I thoroughly enjoyed this tour! I went on the English-guided tour (currently available at 12 pm and 4 pm) and found that the tour guide... 
    I was a bit hesitant to visit after some of the reviews, but I thoroughly enjoyed this tour! I went on the English-guided tour (currently available at 12 pm and 4 pm) and found that the tour guide...  more »
  • It’s an interesting thing to see but they only show you a very small part. I love archeology but other than the one tunnel and two cisterns there is very little on offer here for the price of the... 
    It’s an interesting thing to see but they only show you a very small part. I love archeology but other than the one tunnel and two cisterns there is very little on offer here for the price of the...  more »
  • The history of the place was interesting but realistically the tour shouldn’t last more than 30 mins because all you’re looking at is old tunnels and a few artefacts / an old cistern , mixed in with.....  more
    The history of the place was interesting but realistically the tour shouldn’t last more than 30 mins because all you’re looking at is old tunnels and a few artefacts / an old cistern , mixed in with.....  more »
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  • By listening to your guide relate the renovation of El Zanjón, you learn how all cities progress from village to town to city. Also, it is a story of great passion and persistence.
  • Amazing tour that delves into the very beginning of Buenos Aires at the confluence of two streams that eventually were buried under the city and then rediscovered thanks to many archeologists and the vision of Jorge, the founder of the project/ museum.
  • Wonderful way to learn history (take a guided tour)
  • Something off the beaten track and a very unique Buenos Aires site.
  • This is absolute worthy to check out. You'll get a better understanding of the urbanisation and how Buenos Aires, and her citizens, have evolved over centuries. It is an entirely private investment, rebuild with a lot of respect and the english guide Mariana was the cherry on top of El Zanjón cake!

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