Our River Plate and Boca Juniors Stadium Tour begins outside our offices in San Telmo. From there, we’ll head towards La Boca, one of Buenos Aires’ most vibrant areas, to see one of the most important stadiums in Argentina: La Bombonera.
Inside the Boca Juniors stadium we’ll have a look around the best seats, the most popular bits of the stadium and the locker rooms. You’ll be able to take photos on the pitch and we’ll finish up on a stand where you can see Diego Maradona’s private box.
We’ll move on to the Museo de la Pasión Boquense, where you can learn about the club’s history, its players and the evolution of the famous shirt. On top of this, you’ll get to see a film which shows firsthand how it feels to be part of the team and run out onto the pitch in the kit.
You’ll then have some free time to visit the museum shop, head into the official football shops and have a bite to eat.
In the afternoon, we’ll set off towards the northern side of the city and Nuñez, the home of El Monumental. We’ll start by doing a tour round the outside of the stadium to see some of the Barrio River, the Tiro Federal club and main gates, then from there we’ll head into the Museo River Plate.
We’ll kick off the visit by exploring just some of River Plate’s achievements over the years, since their founding in 1901. You’ll learn about the club’s history, its big players and its most important wins. After this, we’ll venture inside the stadium where you’ll have the chance to visit the presidential box, the best seats, the smaller volleyball and basketball stadiums, the institute of education and last but certainly not least, the pitch where you can take any photos you’d like!
After a full 6 hours of football, we’ll bring you right back to the meeting point at our offices.