IFSSH & IFSHT / In Buenos Aires


The Buenos Aires Jewish community is one of the largest in the world and its heritage remains very much preserved. Specialists guide this very comprehensive tour that introduces us into the unique features of the Buenos Aires Jewish culture. We explore the traditional Jewish neighborhood, "Once", the new AMIA building (mutual fund organization whose previous head office suffered a terrorist attack in 1994) and an institute of Jewish studies.
Also we visit the temples of Ashkenazi and Sephardic as well as the place where the Israel Embassy was in 1992 before the attack .

Note: For security reason it is necessary that we get passport numbers in advance. Also, we suggest giving some donations at Synagogues for opening their doors ( USD 13 per person per institution).
Date: Tuesday 25 th October, 2016
Schedule:09:30 - 12:30
Duration:4 hs.

USD 65.00

Tax Included

We visit the place where the Israel Embassy was before the first attack in 1992. (there are stops in each site)

  • Plazoleta Embajada de Israel
  • Templo Libertad
  • Teatro Ift.
  • Instituto Científico Judeo (IWO)
  • Calles de Once.
  • Templos Paso and Lavalle 
  • AMIA.

Tours depart with a minimum of 10 people; should you not get that number you will be informed to choose another tour or schedule.

The tours have limited quota; make your reservation in advance.

Remember to be 10 minutes before departure time to confirm your presence.

All tours depart from the Hilton Hotel located at Av. Guemes 351 Macacha, except: A Day at the Pampas, Colonial Tour and Tango Show Dinner that will be departing from all the housing hotels.


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