Calle Museo Caminito, Buenos Aires

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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See street art come to life at Calle Museo Caminito, a traditional alley that doubles as an open-air museum. Created by local artist Benito Quinquela Martin in the 1950s, the art project breathed life into a run-down part of town, transforming it into one of the city's most iconic spots. Appreciate the brightly colored houses and intricate paintings, which line the alleyway like a patchwork quilt. Tango lovers can share a passionate dance in the alley--this is where the famous Caminito tango was born. Calle Museo Caminito is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Buenos Aires Edition.
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  • Simple but very nice site. Eat well without paying too much, and for whom he drove the prices of Florida Street, there you will find several shops and galleries in "boxes" with products showing prices well more comrades. I recommend visiting the Museum of Boca Juniors and walk on foot to the place to get the most out of the time.
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  • We love to walk along caminito in Buenos Aires estamls siempre.que... their corners colorful recall to them immigrants and the tenement houses trasladandote en.el time. Beautiful to listen sing tango.o verlo.bailar while one gastronomic proposal something face in relation to the service
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