Boedo, Buenos Aires

Get a feel for an authentic Buenos Aires barrio in the traditional working-class neighborhood of Boedo. Massively influential in tango culture, the area features numerous tango bars dotted along its otherwise quiet streets. Visiting the barrio's "corners"--cafes that have traditionally been gathering places for tango singers, dancers, socialists, and writers--will give you insight into the city's cultural history and contemporary pulse. You'll also have your pick of places to eat, including a number of European-style pubs. Plan your visit to Boedo and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Buenos Aires vacation trip planner.
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  • July 28, 2017
    We reached boedo following recommendation tripadoiser, and figure out what exactly the uniqueness of the place. It is a drab neighborhood, similar to dozens in Buenos Aires, flaking facades and sleepy streets. Area of residence. The only animal Man Street where he focused on Av Boedo between AV. San juan y Av Independencia. We arrived at the site where the detailed explanation and a map of the historic buildings along so we could enjoy the visit. (To type in Google: que hacer en buenos aires el barrio de boedo) along saved restaurants and cafes in parcels, not only survived and left a sign on the front of the House. Some changed them into another institution. One of huadu, which is theatre going up the stairs from the main street. Inside art and newspaper clippings and even program baby name of unknown actress named Eva Duarte (who later became Evita Peron). A small theater there, she appeared in the beginning. A tiny Theatre (60 places) and is still active. Received the US oriented man case, which is the best and the one place that explain and describe courtesy of the history of the theatre. In recent years, the municipality and local activists are trying to improve the street-add billboards in vintage style, the sculptures of local artists but ... There is still no place for the appeal and uniqueness. My recommendation-if you have a lot of time in Buenos Aires to visit swing and a meal in one of the restaurants/cafes (recommended: don boedo). But if the touching briefly go to the real thing, the old district of San Telmo.
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  • April 10, 2017
    Beautiful neighborhood, which preserves its old houses. Cute and tasty restaurants and grills for a meal at a tango environment
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  • December 3, 2016
    Boedo is super traditional and interesting. Has its historic houses, many houses of tango and many bars to enjoy! Recommend!
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