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Sorry to give a bad review of this attraction, for all football fans want to visit the most popular club in South America my first impressions of the stadium it was dirty, they show you only couple thing here. Only you have the opportunity to...More
If you are a football fan this will be a great experience for you. The River Plate Stadium is the largest football stadium in Buenos Aires. The Río de la Plata gives the stadium its name as it is quite near the bank of the...More
Having been to Stadiums all around the world,I visited this stadium and took the guided tour,very dated,and would not be allowed to be used in Europe,though I can understand that the atmosphere on match day would be very exciting.
I had the great opportunity of watching Argentina vs. Chile in 2005. I have been to the stadium for concerts many times before and after this event. Watching a football match in the stadium from the "popular" section (no chairs) was truly a cultural experience...More
Stadium Tour - a must do for football lovers!
River Plate's stadium is not just posh and beautiful. It is full of history of one of the most traditional clubs in South America.
The museum has a timeline that links River's conquers to the facts...More
This place is falling apart. How it can be safe for fans when matches are on defeats me. Is this really the same stadium that the great Argentina team of 1978 won the World Cup at? Disappointed after I was looking so much to visiting...More
Tickets arranged via Mine hotel This included an English speaking guide who drove us from our hotel to the match and back He also came with us to the game
Incredible noise and atmosphere
Without doubt a must do if you like football
I loved this and can see why River plate is called Los Millonarios
The shop was nice and the tour was brilliant and different to Boca
They had this time capsule where you saw how the eras were different and the tour was cool as...More
Took my daughter to a Argentina world cup qualifier versus Venezuela. Fantastic experience, even though they were singing anti English songs. As you approach the stadium you have to go through 4 or 5 security and ticket checks, I was informed this is to keep...More
As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where colour and scent emanate from every corner, particularly
during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.
Les aconsejo que no vayan por su cuenta. Contraten todo el servicio, traslados y entradas, por medio de una agencia de turismo reconocida. De otra forma es muy inseguro. Y si quieren conocer la verdadera pasión por el fútbol... More
Les aconsejo que no vayan por su cuenta. Contraten todo el servicio, traslados y entradas, por medio de una agencia de turismo reconocida. De otra forma es muy inseguro. Y si quieren conocer la verdadera pasión por el fútbol vayan a ver a Boca Juniors