Buenos Aires River Plate and Boca Juniors Museums Tour

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Duration: from 3 to 5 hours
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Experience Highlights

This activity starts from a central point in Buenos Aires and goes to the Boca Juniors and River Plate stadiums and museums. By visiting them, you can learn more about the passion of the fans and the history of the clubs. The price includes an expert guide and transport in an air-conditioned vehicle.

If you are only interested in one team, you can choose to visit only its attractions. Consequently, the duration varies between 3 and 5 hours.

  • Enter Argentina's most famous stadiums
  • Delve into the history of Boca Juniors and River Plate.
  • Travel comfortably aboard an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Enjoy the explanations of a local guide

What’s included

  • Admission to River Plate Stadium and/or Boca Juniors Stadium
  • Admission to the River Plate Museum and/or the Boca Juniors Museum
  • Expert guide
  • Air-conditioned vehicle

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Step by Step

In Argentina, football is like a religion and the two most famous teams, Boca Juniors and River Plate, are known all over the world. This tour with a local guide takes you to their stadiums and museums, which tell the story of the two clubs from their origins to the present day. When booking, you can opt for one team or both. Therefore, the total duration varies between 3 and 5 hours approximately.

The starting point is a central location in Buenos Aires. Here you will find the conditioned vehicle that will accompany you to the attractions, such as:

  • Alberto J. Armando Stadium: better known as "La Bombonera", this is a must-see stop for any football fan. When the 50,000 spectators cheer on Boca Juniors, the structure literally shakes.
  • Museo de la Pasión Boquense: it collects all the shirts and trophies won in more than a century of history. The area dedicated to the footballer who has linked his image to Boca (as well as to Napoli) is worth a visit: Diego Armando Maradona
  • Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti: the home of River Plate. With its 75,000 seats, it is the largest stadium in the country and the stadium where the Argentine national team plays most often.
  • River Plate Museum: a modern museum, especially in the "River Infinito" section, which simulates a time tunnel.

This activity allows you to delve into a fundamental cultural aspect of the country. You will return to the hotel with memorable photos and a little more knowledge about how Argentinians live football.


· 279 Reviews
  • E
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    The museums were the best, you could feel all the passion that must have been felt in the stadium written all over the place.
  • S
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    The guide was one of the best, he seemed to be speaking with a game commentator, it was incredible.
  • A
    (0 Reviews)
    The bombonera left me in love, it is incredible to be able to see it in person.
  • A
    (0 Reviews)
    A perfect experience for all soccer lovers.
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