7 expert reviews
“This is the main attraction in La Boca, Buenos Aires's original Little Italy.”
"The open-air tchotchke market and boisterous tango zone that operates along the colorful, scimitar-shaped byway known as Caminito is the city's only outdoor museum."
"This street's name literally means 'little walkway'. These days, the street is thronged with tango dancers, artisans and tourists." Full review
"These days it's painfully commercial, and seems more a parody of porteño culture than anything else, but if you're willing to embrace the out-and-out tackiness it can make a fun outing." Full review
"La Boca's most famous street and 'open air' museum is a magnet for visitors, who come to see its brightly painted houses and snap photographs of the figures of Juan and Evita Perón." Full review
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" It is a tourist trap - but it is hard not to be taken by the beautiful colors of the buildings. You won't see these colors throughout BA, just in this area so it is worth a short trip." Full review