Buenos Aires grows on the riverbanks of the River Plate and it’s the gateway of Argentina. As the river it drags old deposits of tradition, adding new trends, forever expanding and in constant transformation. Hedonistic but intellectual, sophisticated yet plebeian, nostalgically forward- looking, it draws a puzzling magnetism to whomever explores it.

“Hard to believe Buenos Aires had any beginning
I feel it to be as eternal as air and water”

Jorge Luis Borges, Fundación Mítica de Buenos Aires

I invite you to venture deep into this luring labyrinth of paradoxes, by visiting the most popular places and the least known corners.
Together we will make your stay in Buenos Aires unforgettable.

María Casiraghi – Tourguide
Journalist and writer

What travelers say

  • “Maria Casiraghi is a sensational and brilliant guide. Incredibly well-informed, absolutely sure of herself and where she’s taking you and a completely delightful companion as well. She’s the one and only person to go to

    William and Susan Boyd British writers London, England
  • “Maria Casiraghi is a wonderful guide, full of knowledge and enthusiasm – it is more like being guided by a new friend rather than by some weary old professional repeating the same old words. I would recommend her very highly.”

    Julian Barnes, english writer
  • “My wife I and met Maria Casiraghi on our first trip to Buenos Aires in 2006. We were enchanted by the city and have returned there on three subsequent occasions. Ms. Casiraghi is always the first person we contact, and our trip is never complete if we fail to see her during our stay. She is beautiful and charming, warm and friendly, and always eager to share her knowledge and insight of the city and it’s culture. We hope to employ her services again for an indepth tour of Patagonia. Maria has elevated the task of being a “tour guide” into an art form..”

    James W. Payne Temple Terrace, FLORIDA USA

    “We met Maria Casiraghi in 2005 . She was our guide in Buenos Aires. We are used to travel the world and we are used to be guided but we never met a guide like her – very well informed about places you have to see and stories you have to know but also about hidden places and hidden histories not meant to be known by tourists –she is certainly a plus- value to any written guidebook – she is a book on our own – never published but so required… She is someone you do not meet every day – someone you want to hide and keep for yourself …. But anyway we recommanded her to our friends and they also shared our enthousiasm and privilege and they were very grateful to us. Maria Casiraghi became our friend for every season.  Life gives only a few times such presents. Handle it with care.”

    Paul and Trui Lommée Brugge, Belgium
  • “Maria… what can I say?… intelligent, beautiful,charming,humourous… much like Buenos Aires itself. As Maria’s knowledge and enthusiasm reveals the city she unashamedly loves you can’t help but be seduced by the city known as the Paris of the Americas.

    Steve Scott, New Zealand
  • “Dear María, It’s the third year in succession that we had you as a guide in Buenos Aires and we have been just been as elated with your guiding as on our first visit to your wonderful city. Your knowledge of the city is extra-ordinary, not just the mere knowledge of the city and its important landmarks and scenic corners, but also the historic and cultural background. You have the talent to first create the general impression of the city, then deepen any of the corners thereby showing great flexibility in catering to the visitors specific wishes, be it walking a specific area, or indicating the best addresses for things ranging from antiques over books to restaurants, tango-shows or whatever is of peculiar interest to the guest!. It’s simple, whenever we come to Buenos Aires we ask our agency here to be welcomed by you.

    Jacques and Cary Van Damme Mortsel, Belgium

Fotos de Buenos Aires por Frank Hopfe