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Buenos Aires Tango & Football: Embrace Argentina's Dual Passions

Buenos Aires, AR
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Buenos Aires Tango & Football: Embrace Argentina's Dual Passions

Buenos Aires, AR
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Discover the heart and soul of Buenos Aires on a half-day guided tour that explores the city's two passions: Tango and Football. With a multilingual guide leading the way, hop aboard a comfortable coach and immerse yourself in the vibrant culture that makes Buenos Aires proud and famous. Begin your journey in the Abasto neighborhood, home to the Carlos Gardel Museum and the birthplace of Tango. Explore the famous Esquinas and traditional bars that have played a significant role in the tango culture. Then, venture to La Boca, a colorful neighborhood where European immigrants settled and painted their houses with vibrant colors. Walk along Caminito and uncover the history and traditions of this iconic area. Finally, visit the Boca Juniors Stadium, home to the city's football tradition, and immerse yourself in its spirit. This is a tour that showcases the essence of Buenos Aires and provides an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking to uncover the city's rich cultural heritage.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 4 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Discover the birthplace of tango at Carlos Gardel Museum
  • Immerse yourself in the colorful streets of La Boca
  • Experience the passion of football at La Bombonera Stadium
  • See the iconic Obelisco in the city center
  • Convenient pick-up and drop-off from centrally located hotels
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup (selected hotels only)
  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel drop-off

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Introduction

Experience the vibrant and passionate city of Buenos Aires on a half-day guided tour that combines two of its biggest passions: Tango and Football. Join a knowledgeable multilingual guide and hop aboard a comfortable coach as you dive into the heart and soul of this incredible city. From exploring Tango museums and strolling through ancient neighborhoods steeped in Tango history to visiting La Boca, home to the famous Boca Junior Stadium, this tour promises an immersive experience like no other.

What to expect?

During this fascinating tour, you can expect a total duration of 240 minutes filled with excitement and discovery. The adventure kicks off with a visit to the Carlos Gardel Museum in the Abasto neighborhood, the birthplace of Tango. You'll be captivated by the Tango spirit permeating the streets and immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the dance. From there, head to La Boca, one of Buenos Aires' oldest districts, renowned for its colorful streets painted by European immigrants.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for anyone seeking to experience the essence of Buenos Aires. Whether you're a Tango enthusiast, a football fanatic, or simply curious about the city's culture, this tour is designed to inspire and delight. Join fellow explorers from all walks of life and discover the stories behind the passionate Tango and the unrivaled football tradition that defines Buenos Aires.

Why book this?

Book this tour to unravel the secrets of Tango and immerse yourself in the world of football in the vibrant city of Buenos Aires. With a knowledgeable guide by your side, you'll gain a deep understanding of the history, traditions, and significance of both Tango and football in Argentine culture. It's an opportunity to witness the birthplace of Tango, roam the colorful streets of La Boca, and even visit the renowned Boca Juniors Stadium. This tour promises to leave you with unforgettable memories and a profound appreciation for Buenos Aires' passions.

Good to know

As you embark on this adventure, it's important to note that the pick-up transfer is only available from selected centrally located hotels. The tour duration is approximately 240 minutes, allowing ample time to explore each destination thoroughly. Additionally, remember to wear comfortable shoes as some walking is involved, especially in the lively streets of La Boca. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to delve into the heart of Tango and football in Buenos Aires.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced this tour rave about the captivating journey through the history and passion of Tango. They were enthralled by the Carlos Gardel Museum, immersing themselves in the ambiance of the birthplace of Tango. The visit to La Boca proved to be a highlight, with its colorful streets and rich immigrant history. Football enthusiasts were thrilled by the chance to explore the Boca Juniors Stadium, delving into the heart of the city's football tradition. Overall, reviews highlight the informative and engaging nature of the tour, providing a comprehensive understanding of Buenos Aires' cultural icons.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

El Museo Casa Carlos Gardel

After being picked up from your centrally located hotel of Buenos Aires around 9 a.m., head to the Abasto neighborhood, home to the Carlos Gardel Museum. This neighborhood, famous for being the birthplace of tango, is filled with the Tango spirit and makes you feel part of Buenos Aires. Then pass by famous Esquinas (Tango Houses where you can see a Tango show, former restaurants or cafés where Tango artists used to compose, play and dance Tango). Pass by some traditional bars and learn more about their role in the tango culture.

La Boca

Then, head south to La Boca neighborhood, one of the city's oldest district, where European immigrants used to arrive by boat and get settled. Because of its proximity with the river, migrant faced humidity problems and used to paint their houses with everything they could find in order to prevent their houses from humidity. This habit made the neighborhood famous and La Boca's colorful streets are famous worldwide.

Estadio Alberto J. Armando (La Bombonera)

Walk on the Caminito, its main street, and learn more about its history and traditions. Then, go to the Boca Juniors Stadium and for those who wish to, access to La Bombonera and visit the museum and Stadium (optional). Home to the city's football tradition, La Boca is filled with its spirit, as much as with the history and traditions of Buenos Aires.

Obelisco

Then you will be taken back to the city center and left at your hotel.

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