PRICE: 500 pesos (adult; cheaper for residents)
TIME: 1 hour
Beginning with the founding of the city in 1536, you can see four hundred years of Buenos Aires' history at El Zanjon, at Defensa 755 in San Telmo. Down into tunnels which were once sewers for the city, and up into the wealthy 19th century house which hid them, you can experience life through the eyes of generations of inhabitants of the city. And if you're imagination needs help, you can get a tour of the tunnels in English at noon, 2pm and 3pm today.
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