Take a look at our accessible tourism guide and routes, maps and best practice manual.
Accessible Tourism Guide 2018/19
The Accessible Tourism Guide 2018/19 (in Spanish) highlights the main attractions that are accessible to disabled visitors in the cities of Buenos Aires, La Plata, Bahía Blanca and Mar del Plata. With the aim of promoting visitor integration and improving the experiences of visitors to these cities, it shows the level of accessibility of each attraction.
The guide was created by the Buenos Aires City Tourist Board, city disability association COPIDIS and Buenos Aires Province.
The guided can be downloaded in Spanish here.There are also versions in sign language (Spanish) and audio description (Spanish).
Tactile 3D maps designed for visually impaired visitors are available at the Recoleta and Palermo Lakes Tourist Assistance Centers (The maps will remain under maintenance until March 2020.) as well as at the Casa Rosada Museum. The maps, with 3D models of important buildings and information in braille, aim to allow visually impaired visitors to quickly orientate themselves in the city and imagine the space around them.
Providers distinguished for accessibility
These are the tourist organisations within the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires that have been distinguished for promoting accessibility.
Best practice guide
This small practical guide is designed as a tool to raise awareness and to train stakeholders who are directly or indirectly involved in the tourist sector, promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities so that they can take part in any tourist experience independently.