Learn about the culture and history of Buenos Aires' legendary soccer stadiums, La Bombonera and El Monumental, during this behind-the-scenes fútbol (soccer) tour. With your local guide, visit one stadium (single tour) or both stadiums (combo tour).
El MonumentalVisit the home stadium of River Plate, which opened in the late 1930s and hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1978. Explore the training field, the press conference room, the trophy hall and other areas not typically open to the public. Learn about the history of the team and the stadium from your expert guide while visiting the Museo River Plate.
La BomboneraHome to the Boca Juniors soccer team, La Bombonera is an iconic landmark in the city of Buenos Aires. The fútbol club was founded in 1905 by a handful of young boys from La Boca, and has since grown into one of the most celebrated clubs in the world. Enjoy access to areas of the stadium normally closed to the public and even get the opportunity to walk out onto the hallowed field where many Argentinian greats have played. You'll visit the Passion of Boca Juniors Museum and its trophy room, learning about the history of the club and the evolution of its jersey along the way.