Don't really think the houses ever looked like this... colors give you great pics but man this is touristic...
About La Boca
1 - 10 of 866 reviews
Visiting Buenos Aires and visiting only the tourist attractions or even the bright tin shacks of the Boca thoroughfare will leave you will a partial view of this amazing city. Stroll through La Boca from Constitution subte station down to the waterfront and up to...More
This area is so reminiscent of Carlos Gardel and other big names in the history of tango. Also, de home of Boca Junior, one of the main soccer teams. The streets are very picturesque; there are many artists and restaurants, hopefully even a couple dancing....More
We went there to see lovely colourful houses in Caminito - little walkway in Spanish. this is a street museum, area for artists selling their work. We also enjoyed famous tango in the street and made a lovely pictures with the dancers. La Boca is...More
Upbeat, colorful and quirky... lots of colourful street art, vendors selling art, hippie vibe all line up a small street in La Boca.
Ok there are some brightly painted houses in an otherwise quite shabby area. The usual tourist trap with cheesy souvenirs, expensive mediocre restaurants, mediocre tango dancers and artists on the street etc. And lots of people. Not really worth the visit unlike you absolutely must...More
Heard so much about LaBoca. The colourful buildings, the cafes, artists and Tango. Maybe because it was a rainy cold spring day, but it was rather disappointing. The famous portal, as seen on so many posters and souvenirs was covered in scaffolding, there were no...More
Spent a couple of hours here during our recent visit to BA. The area is a little bit seedy and a little bit grubby, but still has a certain charm. The afternoon we visited the place was quiet, which meant we were pestered more than...More
Cristina Leizzarrague's leather shop features outstanding quality purses, handbags and satchels. She designs them and manufactures them. Wonderful selection and reasonable prices. She is right on the main street in La Boca.
It's definitely a very interesting place with it's artsy, funky buildings. I thought we would spend most of the day there, but I really feel like a quick walk-through was plenty. Of course we were warned multiple times that it can be dangerous, so maybe...More