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La Boca, the Italian neighborhood of Buenos Aires, is very similar to Naples because the Italian immigrants who arrived in Argentina settled there. Is a great place to enjoy during the day.
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…
La Boca is a neighborhood, or barrio of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. It retains a strong Italian flavour, with many of its early settlers being from the city of Genoa. As one of Buenos Aires's 48 barrios, La Boca is located in the city's south-east near its old port. The barrio…
La Boca is located in the area where in 1536 Pedro de Mendoza founded the city Santa María de los Buenos Ayres. The streets of this neighbourhood are full of colour, tango and art such as the city’s own folk art style, fileteado, making it popular with tourists all year round. Art has historically…
“Traditional. The cemetery The area (malls, cinema, restaurants) Don’t miss La Biela bar”
“Buenos Aires' largest neighbourhood. Shop, drink, enjoy outdoor activities in the parks, or simply rest under a tree. Must See Places: *El Rosedal (Palermo's Rose Garden) *Galileo Galilei Planetarium *Hipódromo Argentino (Palermo Racecourse) *Japanese Garden *The Botanical Garden *The Fishermen's Club *Serrano Square”