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Museo de la Pasion Boquense, Buenos Aires
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Association football fans should not miss Museo de la Pasion Boquense when visiting Argentina’s capital. Located under the stands of the Bombonera stadium, the museum is dedicated to Boca Juniors football club. Learn about the history of the club, see the statues of legendary players, or view iconic goals and moments in the 360-degree theater. Soccer enthusiasts and fans of the club can enjoy trophies, memorabilia, old jerseys, a section dedicated to Maradona, and even take a tour of the stadium. Work out when and for how long to visit Museo de la Pasion Boquense and other Buenos Aires attractions using our handy Buenos Aires family vacation planner.
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Muy bien logrado con mucha informacion. Lindo lugar para visitar en un barrio muy pintoresco y popularVery well done with lots of information. Nice place to visit in a very picturesque and popular neighborhoodshow original
Se você não gosta de futebol, não recomendo. O museu mostra todos os jogos das principais conquistas do Boca.If you don't like football, do not recommend. The Museum shows all games of the main achievements of the Mouth.show original
Nesse tour é possível visitar a história de um dos clubes de futebol mais vitoriosos da América do Sul!In this tour you can visit the story of one of the most successful football clubs in South America.show original
A nice tour through the Boca Junior's history. You can pay only for the museum or an extra to the stadium (La Bombonera) tour. But it totally worth. The "almost vertical" bleacher is amazing. The sad part is that the grass is not well preserved. They should care more the stadium. But this is amazing anyway.
Alejandro Carrillo Jiménez
Miguel Angel Arroyo SalazarIf you are a fan of Boca Juniors can not miss the Museum of passion for Boca Juniors, where you will learn more about the history of the best club in Latin America. It offers a tour of the Museum and the stadium, you have the opportunity to pay a little more to enter the preset, the dressing rooms and take photos with the Copa Libertadores.show original
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