Alegro, a private tour company, is offering a tour of an abandoned military base in Buenos Aires, which is now in the hands of a government investigation.
The company is also offering a guided tour, of sorts.
Alegro’s website said it is providing a guided trip to a base that was occupied by the Argentinian military from 1976 to 1982.
It is the first time the site has been opened up for public access since the military removed its forces in 1984.
The site is situated in a military base that the Argentine government established to control the region of Santa Cruz de los Andes, where the area is located.
The base was destroyed during the Argentines invasion of neighbouring Bolivia in 1982, which was led by General Manuel Marques.
In December 2016, the Argentine authorities began searching for a new location for the base.
The military has said it wants to establish a national museum at the site, but the government says it will not accept any proposals.
More on El Pais article El País, a Spanish newspaper, reported on Wednesday that Argentina will announce on Wednesday a $2.5 million donation to a government museum to honour the remains of Argentine soldiers who died fighting in the 1980s, including those who were shot.
The donation, which will be made by the Buenos Aires museum, is expected to be the largest ever for the country.