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  • Buenos Aires: River Plate Museum Official Ticket and Tour

    1. Buenos Aires: River Plate Museum Official Ticket and Tour

    Undoubtedly, River Plate is the largest stadium of Argentina, encompassing over 37,000 square feet, and its recognition is worldwide. In over 110 years, the institution has lived glorious moments both in sports and as an institution. Founded on November 9th 2009, the River Museum houses the most precious treasures of Club Atlético River Plate history. In light of new technological advancements in Argentina, the museum is also equipped with a 360 cinema where a film that expresses the feeling of millions of fans is shown. Through the Time Tunnel, tourists can chronologically get to know the central leading figures of River Plate, those teams that made the club bigger, the best goals, memorable wins, and the most valuable trophies, all these related to the national and international history of the club. In addition, those who walk the museum will be reminded of the origins of the club, th...

    First tour doesn't start till 10:55. Tours are in Spanish and English. Very helpful and friendly guides. You get to walk round the pitch, through changing rooms an press area. There's a small museum as well.

  • River Plate and Boca Juniors Museums and Stadiums Tour

    2. River Plate and Boca Juniors Museums and Stadiums Tour

    On this 5-hour football tour you’ll head to La Boca, a southern neighborhood of Buenos Aires where Argentine football was born. The first stop is La Bombonera, the mythical Boca Juniors stadium. You’ll only need to take a look at the surrounding area to see the locals’ passion for football. Inside La Bombonera you’ll visit the preferential seating area, a section of the pitch, the popular terrace that holds the mythical 12 (player number 12), the locals’ changing room, and finish in a stand that provides you a view of Diego Maradona’s box. Next stop is the Museo de la Pasión Boquense, where you’ll see images of all the footballers that ever played for the club. You’ll learn about the history and evolution of the jersey and visit the trophies room. Watch a short film about the players’ experience and see the jerseys of 2 of the greatest footballers that ever played at La Bombon...

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What people are saying about Buenos Aires

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 75 reviews

The visit to the stadium was wonderful. Organization, guide, security, all perfection. For a few years I have visited the Real Madrid and Barcelona stadium in Spain, so it was possible to make a coparacion and to conclude that the visits, undoubtedly, are at the same level. Gracias, River Plate. We are Brazilian and my childhood is River River and it has been very happy with the visit. I recommend it to everyone.

Hassle free and informative

Doing this tour allowed us to avoid the hassle of working out transport between the stadia in different parts of the city. Our guide, Silvia, gave all information in both Spanish and English for our small mixed group and was able to answer supplementary questions. We skipped the queues so no time wasted hanging around.

The museum is great and has a collection of all the champions the team won. The tour is also worth going, to see the stadium. The tour is in Spanish, but can ask the guide English questions. Was a fun journey for me

Great value tour. Guide was multi lingual and informative on history of Buenos Aires and its football teams, also plenty of time to visit club shops and museums. A must do for any football fan visiting the city.

First tour doesn't start till 10:55. Tours are in Spanish and English. Very helpful and friendly guides. You get to walk round the pitch, through changing rooms an press area. There's a small museum as well.