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Calle Museo Caminito

Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza y Magallanes | (La Vuelta de Rocha promenade), Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Colorful and traditional, this walkway in the La Boca area is dominated by tango dancers and artisans.
  • Excellent34%
  • Very good41%
  • Average20%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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“tango dancers” (49 reviews)
“la boca” (57 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza y Magallanes | (La Vuelta de Rocha promenade), Buenos Aires, Argentina
La Boca
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a street, full of colors everywhere, we loved the energy, the tango music, the people looking like Maradona or Gardel, it makes you feel deeply the argentinian culture and way of beign, we did appreciate the hospitality of the poeple, they are so welcoming

Thank Xako D
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Caminito is made for tourists. A lot of Tango dancers that just randomly try to "grab" tour hand for a photo, a lot of souvenirs shops and restaurants. Not that much to do. If ever in the city again, I would not go back to...More

Thank Mariana F
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Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

The street is tiny and very kitschy, it takes only 2 minutes to walk through. Only a few painted houses are still there and even those are not in a great condition. Please only come here if you plan to see other things in the...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 1 June 2017

The place to go when in the Boca neighborhood. Have your camera ready to take many photos of the very colorful paint of the buildings. Definitely a small tourist area with many restaurants and shops. Nice place to sit down and enjoy tango dancing.

Thank Ruben A G
Reviewed 13 May 2017

Buenos Aires is such a modern metropolis that you will be in for a surprise when visiting the quarter of Caminito in La Boca. Full of small buildings, many cheaply knocked together and painted with vibrant colours, it's in a class of its own. Paper...More

Thank Zoraida J
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Caminito can be seen as the heart of La Boca however it is also the smiling face of the neighbourhood so it is full of tourists. Around this neighbourhood Buenos Aires' lower society lives and Caminito creates a contrast, so if you look at the...More

Thank Flyngdtchmn
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

It's overload place , too much people, very tourist place and the buildings are coloured but nothing special. The originaly caminito is very short

Thank Jordi V
Reviewed 26 April 2017

The area is the famous La Boca area in Buenos Aires, is the area where the european inmigrants settledin 1900 / 1930 when Argentina was the place to go and start a new life. Today it has changed, even do still you can see the...More

Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Is one of the most traditional place in Buenos Aires You can walk and enjoy the 'caminito' and remember raje the traditional photo

Thank MAU1967
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

I had considered visiting when I first began planning our time in buenos Aires, but crossed it off my list after reading reviews that led me to think it not worth a look. Luckily, a 1/2 day tour dropped us off for a few minutes....More

Thank kent h
La Boca
A neighbourhood defined by its immigrant roots, La
Boca still maintains this past alive in its streets
today. Due to its proximity to the river, the
neighbourhood became the preferred settling area for
immigrants of a wide variety of origins, who ended up
living together in the conventillos. Thus, these
houses became a melting pot of different cultures and
traditions that birthed creations like tango and
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Response from Mabel N | Reviewed this property |
De dia!y con sol,mejor!!!
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