Diego Armando Maradona, considered one of the best football/soccer players of all time, grew up in Buenos Aires and spent his formative footballing years playing for club teams in the capital, the almighty Boca Juniors and where he began, Argentinos Juniors.
In this exclusive, small and authentic Homefans tour, you will learn everything about Maradona’s life in Buenos Aires and follow his footsteps. Travellers will have a special first visit and begin the tour in the ground where he spent most of his youth, and after being crowned as the best that has ever stepped into the club, they named their stadium as Estádio Diego Armando Maradona, home of Argentinos Juniors. Then, you will make your way to their football museum, where there are a huge number of antiquities and memorabilia him.
Now it is time to know more about his personal life! You will be going to “La Casa del D10S”, a museum created in honour of Diego Armando Maradona. It was built in the first house that the player had as a professional when he signed his contract with Argentinos Juniors in 1978.
Around 1 hour after the visit to the house, it is time for some lunch! Our guide will take you to a “Bodegón”, a typical Argentinian restaurant where they serve traditional and local food. You can see pictures everywhere from Maradona and Argentinos Juniors!
After having a good meal, we will head to the last stop of our tour: El Caminito and La Bombonera. No Homefans tour would be complete without a visit to the mythical stadium where Maradona played most of his career. Visit the locker rooms and stands, catch a glimpse of Maradona’s private box and visit the museum that honours the history of his team.
At the end of the visit, we will walk through El Caminito, Boca Juniors neighbourhood, filled with shops, restaurants and stores dedicated to the most passionate team in South America. Your guide will tell you some final amazing stories and say goodbye to the group, making the final stop of the tour!