Campo Argentino de Polo, Buenos Aires

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Catch a polo match while experiencing part of Buenos Aires' cultural heritage at Campo Argentino de Polo. Opened in 1918, the stadium has hosted polo, pato, and field hockey for nearly a century. Up to 30,000 spectators comfortably fit into the stadium for any of the sports, concerts, and other events held here on a regular basis. Using our custom trip planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Campo Argentino de Polo can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Place where it mixes the culture of our ancestors and the beauty of this sport, where horses and riders are the Kings of the Polo field. In addition a unique atmosphere where you can spend an unforgettable moment in family.
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  • The Argentine Polo field, internationally known as the Cathedral of the Polo in Palermo, is a stadium located in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he annually compete for the main events organised by the Asociación Argentina de Polo.
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  • The Argentine Polo field began to be utilizardo officially as a Polo ground in 1928. It has two courts, the Nro 1 seating 13,500 people, playing the Championship open Argentino de Polo and Nro 2 with capacity for 1,500 people, where also duck (national sport) and grass hockey matches are played.  It is located in the neighborhood of Palermo (Av del Libertador and Av Dorrego) is known worldwide as "The Cathedral of el Polo", his nickname is the quality of the Argentine polo players, considered among the best in the world.  During the year is may see parties with very affordable tickets from $200 (Argentine pesos) the Argentine open Polo Championship is held in the months of October and November (the maximum event around the world). Within the premises is also a monolith that reminds of the place from where it departed El Pampero, (the balloon which is the first antecedent of the Argentine Aeronautical), to Uruguay. There is also an oak of the year 1936, received as a gift the Argentina for the gold medal in polo at the Olympic Games in Berlin.  From the month of February 2017 it is open to the public. 
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  • Went to the festival de parrillas. It was a really nice day. Very well organized. Lots of food options
  • A good place to enjoy argentinian Polo.
  • Amazing fields, very clean space and excellent routes surrounding. I was enjoying the 200th birthday of Argentina and it was a pleasure to enjoy this place.
  • If it's a nice day and there is a polo game stroll around a bit. Really nice place even if you have no idea about polo.
  • The place in the world to watch the best polo players in action. Though there are some free lower level matches as well as Pato matches (think rugby on horses) from time to time, the real highlight of the year is the Abierto that is held over 4 consecutive weekends at the end of november and beginning of december every year which does charge for tickets. Think World Series of polo with 8 teams participating and the final normally taking place on the second Saturday in December. Even if you do not like polo in itself, it's quite spectacular to see it at least once and the party afterwards is fun as well. Tickets can be bought through Ticketek, the local Ticketmaster subsidiary