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Behind-the-Scenes Boca Juniors & River Plate Soccer Stadiums

by Gray Line Argentina
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Highlights

  • Behind-the-scenes look at the famous La Bombonera stadium

  • Boca Juniors Hall of Fame & a mural of Diego Maradona

  • Team history & relics at the Museo de la Pasión Boquense

  • River Plate's El Monumental, Argentina's largest stadium

  • Trophies in the Museo River & stories of the 1978 World Cup

Highlights

  • Behind-the-scenes look at the famous La Bombonera stadium

  • Boca Juniors Hall of Fame & a mural of Diego Maradona

  • Team history & relics at the Museo de la Pasión Boquense

  • River Plate's El Monumental, Argentina's largest stadium

  • Trophies in the Museo River & stories of the 1978 World Cup

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Behind-the-Scenes Boca Juniors & River Plate Soccer Stadiums

Activity Location

La Bombonera

Boca

Buenos Aires

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Buenos Aires

  • Boca Juniors Museum

    971 Florida Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires C1005


Description

Walk in the footsteps of Argentina's soccer legends at La Bombonera to learn about the beloved Boca Juniors. Then, visit the arena of their arch-rivals, River Plate, at El Monumental, Argentina's largest stadium. Discover the history of the country's soccer giants in their respective museums.

Begin your tour at Boca's Estadio Alberto J. Armando stadium, better known as La Bombonera (the Chocolate Box) because of its shape. Check out the stands where Argentinean fans, nicknamed “La Doce”, fill the seats and cheer on the blue and gold.

The Boca Juniors were founded more than a century ago. Learn about the amateur era and the club's rise to international fame as you check out the relics, trophies, photos and uniforms on display at the Museo de la Pasión Boquense. There's even a specially commissioned blue and gold guitar which was played by Lenny Kravitz when he performed here, as well as a Hall of Fame and a mural of Diego Maradona.

Next, cross central Buenos Aires to the Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti, known as El Monumental. The current home of Los Millonarios of River Plate has the highest capacity in Argentina. It's also famous for hosting the 1978 FIFA World Cup final, won by the home team. Conclude this memorable tour at the Museo River, admiring the impressive collection of trophies and awards.


Inclusions

  • Self-guided tour of La Bombonera stadium & the Boca Juniors Museum

  • Self-guided tour of El Monumental stadium & the River Plate Museum

  • Roundtrip transport to and from most Buenos Aires hotels

  • Commentary in English and Spanish


Exclusions

  • Meals and drinks


Know Before You Book

  • At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place

  • Pick-up and drop-off is not included for hotels in the Palermo district.