Eternautas has been designing itineraries with a cultural profile for the last quarter century. We share a passion for intelligent travel and for conceiving unusual ways of touring a city like Buenos Aires. Our mission is to provide useful information, but also to show the less well-known parts of town, the spots that add real value and give you enough time to stop and really take in what is around. We combine logistics on a human scale with common sense and prefer a good walk through a forgotten neighborhood to running like crazy through typical places full of tourists. We believe that a trip can change your life.

We met while studying History at the University of Buenos Aires, and started our porteño walks in 1999. Eternautas grew and expanded and soon saw us organizing our first historical and cultural tours around the city, coming up with ways to fascinate and surprise our fellow inhabitants of Buenos Aires. This twist we give to traditional tourism transforms our tours into different experiences. We have more than 20 different tours that focus on the past and present of Buenos Aires.

Our tailor-made cultural circuits intend to convey the history, the architectural features, the cultural codes, the key political and economic issues and the social and demographic conditions of our sprawling metropolis. All these itineraries interact closely with their urban context, as they aim to provide the opportunity not only to enjoy the visit, but also to have a real understanding of the characteristics of the sites we visited.

Eternautas operates as a provider of services for the corporate market, embassies, public and private institutions, events and conferences, tour operators, national and foreign educational institutions, hotels, and numerous Argentine and foreign individuals who want to engage with our country’s cultural heritage and its historical dimension.

By approaching themes and urban areas which are often disregarded by the regular tourism industry as being “non-touristic”, Eternautas has managed to establish itself as one of the leading companies in the cultural tourism sector at the local level.

Imbued with this same spirit we designed and ran a cultural travel program between 2010 and 2022. A grand total of 140 trips to 15 different destinations across Europe, Asia and South America, which adding up their distances took us almost five times around the entire planet.

In 2008 Eternautas published its book Buenos Aires tiene historia: Once itinerarios guiados por la ciudad, editions of which are now on their third printing and have been declared to be of Cultural Interest by the Buenos Aires City Legislature. In 2010 another of our books Buenos Aires de Fiesta: Luces y Sombras del Centenario took a critical look at the city such as it stood on Argentina’s first Centennial (1910).

Between 2011 and 2020 we ran the Guided Visits Program at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires. In 2015 Eternautas designed a Guided Visits Program for the Centro Cultural Kirchner (CCK) and was in charge of all institutional visits to this landmark building at the time of its inauguration.

Eternautas’ research and texts have contributed to the publication of other books:  Marriott Plaza Hotel. Celebrando los primeros cien años (2009) goes over the history of that legendary Buenos Aires hotel, on the occasion of its centennial. Similarly, our company was involved in the publication of Libro de Huéspedes (2014), on the hundred-year history of the Viejo Hotel Ostende. We also produced a timeline of our country’s history through its images for the ambitious 200(La Marca Editora/2010) project, which was awarded the Best Published and Printed Book Award in Argentina under the Bicentennial category. We were also responsible for the historical research, image archive work and display of historical artifacts at the Pirelli, 100 años en la Argentina. Mitad de la historia la recorrimos juntos event.