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Para distinguirlos debemos fijarnos en la aparición de caminitos plateados sobre las hojas de lechuga.
To distinguish them, we must look for silver paths on lettuce leaves.
Tiene varios «caminitos» para acceder a los espacios.
It has several «paths» to access the spaces.
He aquí el fruto de mi peregrinación repetida durante tantos años por los caminitos de Kalwaria.
That is the fruit of my many years of pilgrimage through. the little ways of Kalwaria.
Finalmente, el misterio de la unión en la gloria, que recuerdan los caminitos de la Asunción y de la Coronación.
Finally, the mystery of their union in glory, recalled by the little ways of the Assumption and the Coronation.
Como Pablo le cuenta, sacamos los caminitos del jardín y pusimos todo pasto y plantes.
As Pablo already wrote, we have removed the paths from the garden and we laid turf.
Cuatro caminitos entre el arroz, cuatro cucharitas excavando.
Four paths in the rice, four teaspoons digging.
Una manzana arrasada por el incivil combate de los vecinos contra sus bancos, faroles y caminitos.
A block ravaged by barbaric neighbors fighting against their banks, lanterns, and paths.
Delante de ella hay un pequeño lago artificial y unos cuidados jardines, de los que parten dos caminitos que te llevan a su interior.
In front of it there’s a small artificial lake, landscaped gardens and 2 paths to take you inside.
El jardín de fácil mantenemiento tiene bonitos rinconcitas de cactus y plantas típicas de la isla con caminitos de piedra natural.
The garden is low maintenance and has pretty little areas with cactus and local plants among natural stone paths.
Allí encontraréis muchos caminitos para explorar y un precioso pantano lleno de peces, tortugas y patos.
There you will find many paths to explore and a beautiful swamp full of fish, turtles and ducks.
Llegar es costoso ya que hay que subir con todo el equipaje por unos caminitos muy empinados.
Getting there is expensive because you have to travel with all your luggage up very steep paths.
La terraza superior está segmentada con caminitos y plantíos de plantas perennes y aquí se encuentra ubicado un pequeño anfiteatro natural.
The upper terrace is interlaced with paths and patches with perennials and a small natural amphitheatre is also located there.
Tiene una máquina minera pesada a su disposición, con la cual taladrar caminitos debajo del superficie de la planeta y extraer metales preciosos y otras materias primas preciosas.
You have a heavy mining machine available to drill paths under the surface of the planet and mine precious metals and other precious resources.
Diversos caminitos han sido trazados para ofrecer agradables paseos a caballo por el parque, rodeando el Lago Huechulafquen en dirección al Volcán Lanín siempre bordeando la frontera.
Diverse paths have been traced to offer pleasant horseback rides through the park, bordering Lake Huechulafquen towards Lanin Volcano, always alongside the border.
Pasaremos el día practicando senderismo; esto nos permitirá conocer los frondosos bosques, arroyos y saltos de agua fría, caminitos escondidos y la tranquilidad que caracteriza estos lugares.
We will spend the day hiking and learning the basics of Nordic walking. This it will give us an insight into the lush forests, streams and waterfalls, hidden paths and the tranquility that characterizes these places.
Y como ya se dijo, no es raro encontrarse un estadounidense o un europeo andando los caminitos que llevan a los pesqueros más importantes.
And as it has already said, it is not unusual to find an American or a European walking the paths that lead to the most important fisheries.
Ilumina los caminitos oscuros, crea focos de atención en tu paisaje o un ambiente único en el patio.
Brighten up dark paths, create highlights in your landscaping, or create a unique ambiance on the patio.
Encontrarás el canal romántico y muchos caminitos para que los niños correteen.
With some more exploration you may find the romantic canals and many paths for the children to run to run along.
La Costa Brava guarda estos pequeños secretos: lugares que quedan apartados de los circuitos turísticos habituales y que sorprenden gratamente a los curiosos que se adentran a recorrer caminos y caminitos.
The Costa Brava keeps these little secrets: places that are separated from the usual tourist circuits and that pleasantly surprise the curious who venture into paths and paths.
Los 9300 m2 de parcela te ofrecen una variedad de arboles frutales y arbustos, caminitos para pasear, llanos para hacer huerto ecológico, y todo lo que un buen empresario puede sacar para un negocio de turismo rural.
The 9300 m2 plot offers a variety of fruit trees and shrubs, paths to walk, plains to make organic garden, and everything that a good entrepreneur can get for a business of rural tourism.
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|Location||La Boca is located in southeast Buenos Aires. There is no subway, so you can get here by taxi or bus. There is also a tourist bus.|
|What to see, what to do||Stroll along the famous tourist street of El Camenito, take pictures with tango dancers and all the most famous characters of Argentina, visit the Boca Juniors La Bombonera stadium or even attend an enchanting football match.|
|Best time to visit||Any day. On weekends there can be a lot of tourists, but also more entertainment.|
|Accommodation||Only the most desperate travelers stay in La Boca. There are no hotels, you can find apartments for rent.|
|Safety||La Boca is one of the most dangerous areas in Buenos Aires. It is safe to walk only on El Caminito and on the grounds of the La Bombonera stadium.|
Almost every more or less touristic city in the world has a place that can be called the epicenter of tourism, where almost no locals set foot, but the density of foreigners with cameras per square meter just rolls over. The La Boca area is the tourist mecca of Buenos Aires.
But this area, like everything in the city of great contrasts, has its own specifics. Surprisingly, La Boca is still one of the most criminal areas of Buenos Aires, and therefore it is necessary to distinguish that there is the La Boca area itself, in which only the most daring tourists pop in, and a tourist spot that is not with La Boca, neither with Buenos Aires itself has much in common.
How did one of the most unattractive places in the city turn into a commercial tourist wonder? I would call it a good marketing ploy: supposedly typical colorful houses that are not found anywhere else in Buenos Aires, a huge concentration of creative people and very interesting characters who successfully make good money on a patch of less than 1 square kilometer attract attention. Nevertheless, La Boca is one of those places where the history of Buenos Aires began, albeit not the most pleasant part of it, so it’s still worth stopping by and seeing it at least once.
1. So, returning to the topic of safety again, with peace of mind and a large SLR camera in La Boca, you can walk around a place called El Caminito (which can be translated as «path») — a small pedestrian street.
2. Most of the tourists are thrown here as part of group excursions on various types of tourist vehicles. Solo travelers can take a taxi or take a regular city bus (exactly the same as in the photo). From Plaza De Mayo it is about 20 minutes drive.
3. The city’s official tourist bus also goes here, and La Boca is just the case when it will be very useful to use it, since you can very well see the area outside of El Caminito from it, and it will be much safer than easy to walk around this area.
4. At the very entrance to El Caminito you will be greeted by a tourist classic of Argentina. You can start with Diego Maradona. Of course, there is nothing free for tourists in La Boca, here tourists are the only bread of the local “inhabitants”, so you will have to pay for the photo.
5. It is worth continuing with a photo shoot in candid poses with tango dancers, you can even try to do a couple of steps.
6. Both men and women will be satisfied. Attention here is not deprived of anyone.
7. It is proposed to continue the tourist ceremony as follows.
8. Actually the main character of today’s walk.
9. Recently, Pope Francis has confidently emerged as a leader among eminent Argentinean characters. Since Catholics make up the majority of believers in Latin America, the theme of the Latin Pope is exploited with might and main by the tourism industry, in particular in Buenos Aires, where the Pope is from. Even thematic excursions to the places of life of Francis are organized. In La Boca, his image is also now found at every step.
10. A touching monument to a fireman.
11. In general, El Caminito abounds with monuments, you can really spend several hours here photographing the details of this small place.
12. But Maradona does not give up his positions before Pope Francis. Although he is far from being a saint, they pray for him in Argentina no less.
13. Tango is also found at every turn, and you can enjoy it while chewing a juicy Argentinean steak. Although, it is better not to go to local restaurants, because. local establishments do not shine with high quality, but the prices bite.
14. All such attractive characters of La Boca are very materialistic, absolutely no one here wants to do anything without payment, even to get into the camera lens.
15. But still, it’s very, very colorful.
16. Open any Argentina travel guide and find out that coming to Argentina and not seeing tango, not drinking wine, not eating steak and not seeing local gauchos is like not visiting it. Judging by the guidebooks, after visiting La Boca, you can safely go back to the airport, because you will see and try all the classics of Argentina here.
17. Walking along El Caminito, you might think that sitting chewing Argentinean food, drinking wine and immediately listening to Argentinean music, replaced by tango and Maradona’s double plying in search of a client — this is what millions of tourists come to Buenos Aires for .
18. The characters in this place are still very photogenic, so be sure to bring your camera.
19. Staging of a typical district apartment.
20. Re-enactment of a typical patio. Unfortunately, there is nothing real here, a solid theater for tourists.
21. You can go inside some houses and appreciate how life was in La Boca at the time of the formation of Buenos Aires.
22. Another work dedicated to firefighters.
23. La Boca
24. One of the workshops.
25. Yes, El Caminito, and a large part of La Boca, is almost entirely made of paving stones, so walking in heels here will not be very comfortable.
26. Unless, of course, you are a tango dancer and have come here to earn extra money.
27. And, of course, souvenirs. I think it goes without saying that the prices for tourist junk here are 2-3 times higher than in the rest of the city. But, on the other hand, the choice here is so great that you can buy it in one go.
28. Sometimes there are pleasant elements of antiquity.
29. Dogs convey the general spirit and mood of the Argentine people.
30. Another tango dining room.
32. Sailor. The marine theme is also very popular in La Boca, because it was here that many sailors settled, who never differed in wealth, and La Boca was originally a poor area and remains so to this day.
33. Holy Argentine trio.
34. And firefighters keep saving people from fire.
35. Graffiti in the El Caminito area is also very common.
36. Lovely filetéado style.
37. How can you leave Argentina without magnets?
38. A little more, and there would be a corner of a Ukrainian immigrant 🙂
39. Here is such a kind of art.
40. La Boca from the very beginning was the area with the highest concentration of prostitutes, sailors and newly minted immigrants created a very good deal for these services.
41. Black mom.
42. Colorful and extremely quiet corner.
43. La Boca.
44. Street food. I do not recommend for people with a weak stomach, the food is quite coarse, but still quite tasty and very satisfying.
45. Classic choripan. Learn more about Argentine food here.
46. Still, for meat lovers, Argentina is a fantastic country.
47. Creative old men.
48. Very popular junk art theme.
49. Bicycle time machine.
50. I note that the city administration does not forget about La Boca and from time to time tries to attract as many tourists as possible there. For example, a modern museum and exhibition hall PROA is open here. Currently, work is underway to improve the east of the area, which is adjacent to the most expensive and prestigious area of Puerto Madero. Who knows, maybe someday this hotbed of crime will turn into a very respectable area.
51. Speaking of La Boca, one cannot but mention the topic of football. Football in Argentina is an unofficial religion and, like any religion, it makes a lot of money. La Boca is home to the famous Boca Juniors team.
52. The La Bombonera stadium is also located here. If you are not a football fan, then there is absolutely nothing to do in this stadium, as it is old and ugly, but it is still worth visiting a football match in Argentina, because it is a completely different world and it is different from what you can see at European matches. People are really sick of football.
53. La Boca.
54. Pope Francis blesses you to go to the market and spend your dollars.
55. La Boca is also famous for its iron bridge. If La Boca is a poor area of Buenos Aires, then on the other side, a completely pitch hell of poverty begins.
56. You don’t have to go far from El Caminito to understand how neglected the area itself and everything that surrounds it. For example, the water of the Riachuelo River is the dirtiest water in all of Argentina, and in general one of the most polluted rivers in the world.
57. Outside of El Caminito, the situation is already much simpler.
58. The future stars of Argentine football are raised.
59. The railway, and fully functioning!
60. Another saint. In Latin America, there is a strong pattern between the poor and the number of worshipers of a particular saint.
61. This is not yet the brightest housing option in which the ordinary citizens of La Boca live. The area, of course, is dangerous, but with a strong desire, you can still take a walk in it, getting rid of any minimally valuable things as much as possible. The problem in areas with a high concentration of gopniks is that you can get nuts here simply because you accidentally wandered into “foreign” territory. Such is La Boca!
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Via Caminito is an open-air museum and at the same time an ordinary street. Translated from Spanish, «caminito» means «path, path», and this unusual place is located in the La Boca quarter, in Buenos Aires. The street got its name in honor of the famous tango «Caminito», written in 1926 by the composer Juan Diaz Fliberto.
Caminito is a visiting card of Buenos Aires and a real mecca for all tourists coming to the city. The entire street is a continuous pedestrian zone, cars do not drive there. Houses along the Caminito are painted in bright colors, funny human-sized statues stand on the sidewalks, and dozens of cozy restaurants huddle. A flea market operates during the day, where souvenirs and handicrafts are briskly traded, here artists sell their paintings, and tango rhythms sound everywhere. And in the evenings, the whole street turns into a solid concert hall, where street musicians demonstrate their art, competing for the attention of listeners.
Caminito Street is the epitome of the Latin American spirit, hectic, fun and eccentric, and just a great place to relax and buy a few souvenirs to remember Buenos Aires.
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