Paseo de la Historieta, Buenos Aires

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Step into a real-life cartoon world at Paseo de la Historieta, a pedestrian zone full of statues and street art depicting Argentina's most beloved cartoon characters, including Mafalda, Isidoro Cañones, and Matías. Take a tour along the cartoon street to learn how these treasured characters have reflected and impacted the mindset of generations, and why the passage holds a special place in the heart of many locals. After the sun sets, it transforms into a buzzing nightlife hub, with plenty of spots to grab a drink or dance the tango. Put Paseo de la Historieta and other Buenos Aires attractions into our Buenos Aires day trip planning site , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Be prepared to walk a bit while looking for statues of famous comic book characters. A good thing was able to explore the streets of San Telmo that otherwise would not be in our roadmap. Some of the statues are not, unfortunately, very well preserved, but the joke of "treasure hunt" was fun and took several pictures with Mafalda, Manolito, Susanita y Isidoro Cañones (El Playboy), Larguirucho, Don Fulgentius, Clement (fanatic football), Las Chicas Divito, Patoruzú (Tehuelche Cacique and), Patoruzito and Isidorito y el Gaturro. As the passage was interrupted by works in Puerto Madero did not follow, but like a lot of walking.
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  • You present some of the characters, Isidore, Mafalda, led me to very nice moments of my childhood, delayed.
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  • This time I did travel from Puerto Madero, where are my favorite comic book characters: El Inodoro Pereyra and his dog the Mendieta. The sculptures are very well-kept and are already part of the landscape of the city.
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  • Well...it's Classic...Area and Historic Boulevard...located in San Telmo... Neiborhood* it's really Worthy..
  • Very interesting and educational.
  • Must for those who love comics! Go with comfortable shoes, because you're going to walk a lot. In each character statue, there is an indication for the next, so you can't lose. At the end of the course, you know the Museo del Humor, which features original Argentine artists and a lot of history of Latin America related to Comics and cartoons. The Museum closes relatively early (if I'm not mistaken, some 5:00 pm), so it's nice to do the maximum to ride home in the afternoon.
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  • My cool place to learn. They recommended I go day but I think it is equally magical evening. The place has several cafes and themed restaurants that are totally worth visiting. It was one of my favorite places in buenos aires
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  • It's nice to go, the negative is that the characters are very scattered and difficult to find them. The good news is that the San Telmo neighborhood is nice in itself to get to know.
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