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Piazzolla Tango Show Buenos Aires
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Piazzolla Tango Show Buenos Aires

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Enjoy a splendid dinner and tango show in which you will be able to see a top-quality show with professional tango singers and dancers, in one of the most exclusive atmospheres of Buenos Aires nightlife.<br>Piazzolla Tango is a majestic tango show which features live music with excellent dancers, singers, and all the magic and spirit of Buenos Aires Tango.
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WImom wrote a review Apr. 2020
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin2,339 contributions407 helpful votes
This area of La Boca is a well-known tourist spot. We were warned and given street boundaries not to exceed by our guide. I was still in the edges of the boundary area given by our guide and pulled out my SLR camera to take a photo. I immediately heard an Argentine warning me in Spanish to put my camera away so be careful. This area is a magnet for tourists. The highlight here is the brightly colored painted houses and see the figures of Juan and Eva Peron, Che Guevara and Diego Maradona on the balconies. The houses here are tenement shacks covered in corrugated zinc and brushed with leftover pain that the port workers hot from the ships. Many area eateries with live tango dancers.
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Date of experience: January 2020
2 Helpful votes
Queen J wrote a review Apr. 2020
California2,053 contributions695 helpful votes
Caminito is just the name for the small, walkable tourist section of the greater neighborhood, La Boca. My friend and I visited this area early on a Sunday before a tour of the Boca Jr futbol stadium. The area is quirky and fun, but not authentic. It's definitely a tourist trap with cheap, overpriced trinkets, and restaurants with inflated prices. If you accept this area for the trumped-up "cultural" hype that it is, it's fun to spend an hour or so strolling the small area. The buildings are brightly colored and have statues and figures that pop out from the roofs and doorways. The area affords some fun photo opportunities. Vendors line the streets and a few cafes feature a small stage with tango dancers. Some dancers in the street will pose with you in a few pictures with your camera, but don't take a picture with them unless you're willing to pay about $10. I don't know if it'd be worth a visit in and of itself, but in combination with the stadium, it helps make up for the time it takes to get there. La Boca / Caminito is a bit far from central Buenos Aires and takes about 30 to 45min in a taxi or by metro/ taxi. (The closest metro stop on the southern Line C, Plaza Constitución, is still a 15 min taxi to La Bombonera Stadium.) Although the buildings are bright and cheery, the area of La Boca is a bit run down. It is known as a dangerous area. It is heavily trafficked by tourists, and as such, is a profitable hub for pickpockets, scam artists, and thieves on motorcycles. Despite its colorful charm, the area is an impoverished one, and tourists should travel in groups, guard possessions diligently, and avoid visiting after 5pm. That said, we went on a rainy day and very few tourists were there. Without any unsuspecting targets to stalk, very few sketchy figures bothered to stick around, so we did not feel unsafe walking the area or standing in front of buildings, taking pictures. Hope that helps! Enjoy Buenos Aires.
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Date of experience: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
AAHolt wrote a review Mar. 2020
United States3,445 contributions894 helpful votes
A colorfully spicy area of Buenos Aires, El Caminito is definitely worth a visit. Colorful planks and corrugated sheet metal give the small homes along this path a lot of character. The cobblestone pathway adds to that character. Small shops and cafes along the way provide an opportunity for a break while you sit and soak in the unique atmosphere. As appealing as it is during the day, it's not the safest place to be at night so the locals suggest that it's better to stick to daytime visits to the area.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Peter1Northampton wrote a review Mar. 2020
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom342 contributions265 helpful votes
Whilst very much a tourist area this is good place to walk about. Lots of shops and cafes definitely set up for tourists. Don’t miss the chance to look at the Boca Juniors soccer stadium a matter of minutes from the main tourist area. Cafes will try to rip you office but if your looking for a souvenir....then look no further.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Rich G wrote a review Mar. 2020
Acton, Massachusetts2,420 contributions247 helpful votes
In the southern end of Buenos Aires proper is La Boca, home to a small but incredible walking street called Caminito. We got dropped off by cab before everything "gets started" but found a small cafe to grab a media luna and coffee to pass some time. Around 10am the stalls start to open, and much like lots of other places in Buenos Aires the tourist shoppers arrive. Make no mistake, this place is ALL about shopping. Paintings, crafts, clothing, tshirts, jewelry, you name it. But even if you're that into the shopping scene, this place is definitely worth visiting, just to walk around. On one end (where you typically start) is the famous Caminito store (Havanna) selling chocolate "Alfajores" which are delicious. And when you walk 50 yards down the road, you'll see the live dancers at the restaurant "La Vieja Rotiseria" - otherwise just walk around for an hour or two and soak up the vibe in this unique corner of Buenos Aires.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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