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Federico
Federico
October 12, 2019
Caminito is typical street in La Boca Neighborhood and our italian heritage
Julieta
Julieta
November 11, 2019
Lugar histórico con conventillos y tango porteño
Mariela
Mariela
October 28, 2019
• Caminito ( La Boca ) Covered with paintings and sculptures, Caminito street is one of the favorite walks of tourists and "porteños." It is surrounded by typical houses from La Boca , with painted sheet walls of different colors. In 1959, Caminito was officially inaugurated as an…
Lucas
Lucas
November 19, 2019
En sus calles se respira el aroma a tango, a pasión futbolera, a sueños de inmigrantes, a cultura popular. El viejo puerto, los colores de sus calles y su gente convierten a este barrio en una postal de la antigua Buenos Aires. En Caminito encontrarás diversos artistas, museos y una arquitectura…
Fliphaus
Fliphaus
April 2, 2020
Colorful and Popular street in the heart of 'La Boca', neighborhood where inmigrant workers used to live on the beggining of XX century.
Matias
Matias
October 1, 2019
Located in La boca, the Caminito (little path, in Spanish) is a street museum of colourful painted houses typical of the immigrant dwellings that came to chracterise this portside area towards the end of the 19th and start of the 20th century. The Caminito followed the route of an old stream that…
Marcos
Marcos
August 31, 2019
tango, colours, great to walk.
Marisa
Marisa
July 28, 2019
Caminito es un callejón museo y un pasaje tradicional, de gran valor cultural y turístico, ubicado en el barrio de La Boca de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. El lugar adquirió significado cultural debido a que inspiró la música del famoso tango Caminito, compuesta por Juan de Dios Filiberto.
Agus
Agus
May 5, 2019
Porque es uno de los paseos más emblemáticos de la ciudad y de los atractivos imperdibles para quienes lo visitan. Con sus conventillos típicos de chapa del barrio de La Boca, que muestran sus paredes pintadas de distintos colores, es también un museo a cielo abierto de casi 150 metros de longitud…
Pablo
Pablo
December 17, 2019
Puedes hacer el mejor recorrido cultural y gastronómico.
Casas Noldor
Casas Noldor
October 22, 2019
Ir temprano, y no quedarse hasta más de las 18:00.
Dominique
Dominique
February 3, 2019
In the La Boca neighborhood, this famous street is known as the birthplace of tango. It's a tourist's haven with a fun, sprawling artisan market and restaurants. Enjoy views of the docks - and be sure to visit the stunning PROA museum & cafe with spectacular views nearby.

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Lodging
“At Plaza Serrano during the weekends, bars open their doors to share their space with the independent designers market. A place to shop, but also to grab a bite, a coffee, or later at night, a drink and maybe even some dancing!”
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Otel
“Obelisco emblemático monumento de piedra blanca cordobesa inaugurado en 1936; es un punto de encuentro popular. Emblematic monument of white Cordovan stone inaugurated in 1936; It is a popular meeting point.”
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Fırın
“This is where the European immigrants, mostly Italian and Spanish, first established themselves. Today is famous for its colourful houses, its tango and the Boca Juniors club. What to see? Caminito pedestrian walkway, Boca Juniors stadium “La Bombonera” and the Fundación PROA museum (currently running a Malevich exhibition). Where to eat? El Obrero for tasty Argentinean classics in a traditional canteen, or Il Matarello for an amazing local interpretation of Italian food. ”
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Point of Interest
“Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava designed this bridge. He said 'its the silouette of a woman dancing Tango'.”
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La Boca, CABA
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