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There wasn’t a game on when I was there, so I did the stadium tour, which was interesting and you can go onto the terraces to get a feel of the stadium, but seeing Boca Juniors play would have been amazing.
If there’s a game...More
The stadoum is quite nice, but the follower of Boca Juniors
Football Clubare noisy, masked and armed with knives and baseball bats. As an ex Amateur plater for Manchester United (1948 - 1952) I ab shocked and would not go there. Money has ruined a...More
Impressive stadium for any football fan. Although empty, you can still feel the tension that there would be in the area during a game. Make sure to visit the area around the stadium after, just vibrant and colourful.
I didn’t know much about this historic club compared to my mate but there is a very interesting museum and tour of the stadium. The stadium itself is located in a quaint neighbourhood with plenty of bars, tac shops and kiosks nearby to grab food...More
They said the tour was in English and so we paid $15 each.
It was COMPLETELY in Spanish.
Great to walk through the stadium but then at the end they ask for another $5 for the picture where you can hold the cup in your...More
Boca Juniors Stadium is located in the Historical neighborhood of La Boca, home of Italian immigrants. Spend a day there, and visit the Boca Juniors Stadium where Maradona started his career and the Team in Argentina with more fans!
We did the self tour at $230 ARG each. Visit the museum and then go out onto one of the stands behind the goal to view the pitch.
Despite all the negative talk about not going to the Boca area we had no issues.
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
lunfardo. Nowadays, this legacy can be seen and felt on Caminito Street, which welcomes visitors with colourful facades, cobblestones, and street artists showcasing their skills. Just like its neighbor San Telmo, La Boca is one of the prime destinations to experience the traditions and customs that originated from the city’s immigrant past and which have shaped its distinct identity.