Considered the cradle of
the suburb, payadores corner of Argentine tango. Tragedy, humor and
nostalgia, in each of its corners. It's a neighborhood where
artists live merchants and entrepreneurs. One of the oldest and
most picturesque neighborhoods. The state of many
buildings in ruins, makes it attractive. Their houses are
buildings of English and French style. Now houses the largest
antiques market and has the highest number of tango.
Top 5 neighborhood of La
1. Caminito: One of the most
famous streets of the city, besides being the most picturesque and
beautiful. In it live dancers,
artists, vendors, and tourists. In summer it also works
as a theater and there are permanent exhibitions of murals, paintings
2. Fundación Proa: This is a
typical Italian home to the ninth century, located in the old
neighborhood of La Boca, and is set with objects of a contemporary art
center. 3 floors where you can
find exhibits, video, concerts and conferences.
3. Cancha de Boca: For any
lover of football, a visit to the Bombonera can not miss, a walk through
the most popular stadium in Argentina, where they play the classics
Boca - River.
4. Grills Mouth: Eating a
delicious roast at any bar in this neighborhood, is something not to be
missed. In the beginning attended
by factory workers and refrigerators in the neighborhood, now filled
with families, neighbors, politicians and tourists. Argentina is a real bar
that shows your menu in large blackboards. Be sure to try the steak
butterfly: round and round with Provencal fries. Delicious!