Buenos Aires downtown or how we call it is the micro centre of Buenos Aires and is w where the history of theis city started. Runners will experience tThe first Churches, the first buildings and the older ones are all find in this district. hundreds of years of history on this 10 km tour.
Down town is full of narrow streets some still with cobbles from the colonial time, and as you run through these narrow alley ways you will feel that you have travelled back in time.. The most famous park square of the country, Pplaza de Mmayo is our political and economical centre from where the country is managed, and a joy to run through as it is full of flowers, trees and incredible views of the PresedentialPresidential Palace – Casa Rosada.
The running tours continues along the iconic Obelisco, the widest avenue in the country where, the kioskos, street sellers and, strike groups camping in front of the government house gives you an insight to modern Buenos Aires. And if it is football (soccer) season, Buenos Aires willfutbol will show a glimpse of the idiosyncrasy of Argentinians and how passionate we are about our national sport. . our most popular sport.
Old churches, 100s years of history, politics and the modern vibe of the Argentinian capital are Aallll this things are concentrated in this small part of the city. It’s a combination that makes this running tour and live together in the through the most concentrated part of the country unique, interesting and lots of fun.