Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires


Pibe Wagon Tour

10-20 September :
Terms & conditions

Pibe Wagon Superclásico River vs Boca 2025


Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires




Bilingual Guide

The world's biggest derby? A Superclásico in the Monumental. River Plate vs Boca Juniors facing off in the world's most intense game. What more is there to say?

But too build up nicely, Buenos Aires is far more than River and Boca, there are 18 professional clubs in the city alone, it's a groundhopper's paradise.
The Cilindro bursts when Racing fans sing “Muchachos”; the decadent glamour of Huracán's Palacio Ducó is a must-see; and the creativity of San Lorenzo's Gloriosa Butteler fans has spread worldwide...
Every day you'll fall in love again – from the smallest club de barrio to the most massively supported chaotic cancha. 12 million people in the "city of fury", where football is above all else.

Football is Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires is Passion.

*Based on 2024, in January 2025 we expect the game to be fixed for a specific weekend in September/October 2025 - the exact day and time will only be confirmed with a few weeks notice*

Your bilingual local experts will organise everything including the all important matchday tickets to various stadiums, bed and breakfast, and internal transport.

Ready for an adventure?

Hop aboard the Pibe Wagon and get a full 2 weekends in Buenos Aires: City of Football.

Discover the urban giants such as Racing and San Lorenzo de Almagro on the first wekend, getting to know the Big 5 of argentina.
Then on to the Primera's neighbourhood stalwarts  Huracán, Vélez Sarsfield and Argentinos Juniors.
Venture outside the city and discover the community clubs like Lanús, Defensa y Justicia, Tigre, Platense and Banfield. And that's just the roll of honour in the top division...

And finish off with the pinnacle of world football, the Superclásico of River vs Boca in the Monumental - you've dreamt about it, make it a reality.

The Route

Example itinerary based on 2024, fixtures should be released in early 2025, with final confirmation a few weeks before each game:

You probably know Argentinian football can be a bit chaotic (that’s why we love it!), so the final plan will be defined a couple of weeks in advance when fixtures are confirmed, but it will look very like the following:

  • Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires Friday morning - check-in, eat some porteño pizza, and catch a lower-league game: Ferro Carril Oeste and Atlanta are nice central options.

  • Day 2: Raise the stakes on Saturday with a a proper Argentine asado barbecue at a local parrilla, and then visit famous tango neighbourhood of Boedo and learn about San Lorenzo de Almagro before attending their grudge match agains Vélez Sarsfield. 

  • Day 3: Topping off the 1st weekend and into the famous Avellaneda neighbourhood, and join in the street party hours before the game starts, a choripán in one hand and the other one holding a Fernet & coke viajero. Cross off El Cilindro from your bucket list after the life-changing experience of watching Racing play a home derby versus Boca Juniors. 

  • Days 4-7*: for the diehards - hit a lower league game in one of over 50 clubs in greater Buenos Aires. Chacarita Juniors, Nueva Chicago and Almagro all offer intense atmospheres a little off the beaten track.
    Enjoy our Maradona Pibe de Oro tour (included) around the city and uncover the passion of the world's football capital and how it's linked to El Diego.

    Or take a break from the football and hit a tango show, have a campo day in the countryside like an Argentinian gaucho; or enjoy the day on the water up in the Tigre delta.

  • Day 8: Optional: Check that fixture list and head out to catch a Friday afternoon game in any of Lanús, Banfield, Platense, Argentinos Juniors, Tigre, Véléz Sarsfield or Defensa y Justicia.

  • Day 9: Saturday comes and it's time for another of BA's "6 Grandes", Huracán and a game at the Tomás Adolfo Ducó - the "Palace", one of the most beautiful stadiums you'll ever see, setting you up perfectly for the monstrous event the following day... 

  • Day 10: Sunday has arrived, and it's the big one: River vs Boca. We'll hit the streets of Núñez where the party will start bright and early in expectation of this momentous game. A Superclásico in the Monumental is a golden ticket to say the least and you'll be one of the lucky few witnessing what many only dream of.

  • Day 11: to the airport and home  - ready to plan your next trip!



  • 10 nights Bed & Breakfast 
  • A bilingual expert assisting for the whole trip
  • 4 matchday experiences
    • Match tickets 
    • Pre-game previa party, beer and choripán
    • Bilingual guide (English & Spanish)
    • 4 top-flight matches in Buenos Aires, including the "Superclásico"
  • Internal transport
    • Airport transfers
    • Matchday transport (public/private)
  • Pibe de Oro Maradona city tour, or similar group activity
  • Pibe Gift



  1. This trip requires a minimum of 4 travellers to take place. The deposit will be refunded if the trip is cancelled. (Or it can be applied to another date).

  2. The proposed itinerary is subject to change - fixture times are confirmed very late in Argentina and many other factors can also affect scheduling - the priority of Pibe de Barrio will be to make sure the group attends the Superclásico derby.
    While we can’t confirm 100% in advance which teams we will see, the provisional fixtures have been released and there is currently no reason for them to change.

  3. Facing unexpected cancellations, internal travel issues, any games missed will be replaced by games of an equal value.

  4. A 25% deposit should be made to reserve your place, the remaining 75% shall be paid 1 month before the travel dates - via online payment or bank transfer.

  5. Once the full amount is paid, no refunds can be processed. In exceptional circumstances a partial refund may apply at Pibe de Barrio’s discretion.

  6. A surcharge will apply for travellers requiring a single room in the accommodations

  7. Argentinian stadiums and their surroundings are oftentimes not very accessible and therefore unfortunately this may exclude travellers with limited mobility - through no fault of Pibe de Barrio.

  8. Similarly we cannot accept children on the trips.



  • What languages will be spoken?
    All of our guides are fluent in English and Spanish. Official match info and communications such as WhatsApp groups will be in English.

  • What teams/stadiums will we go to? Will I see Boca at the Bombonera?
    The plan is to see River Plate vs Boca at the Monumental, that will be the number 1 priority.
    By covering 2 full weekends, we should be able to watch all of the Buenos Aires teams play home. Pibe de Barrio will plan the trip based on our experience and knowledge of the Argentinian football scene for our guests to have the best experience and catch the most exciting games during their stay.

  • From what leagues are the matches?
    We will attend at least 4 First Division (Copa de la Liga Profesional) games.
    There will be an option to attend lower league games also, and in some cases, together with the guests we may replace a game for another important match.

  • When will the fixtures be out?
    Match day weekends are already confirmed, the fixture times are usually only released 1-3 weeks before the games are played. We cannot know with certainty the exact dates and times of games. As soon as this information is published, Pibe de Barrio will reach out to you.

  • What is the pre-game experience?
    Football in Argentina is much more than going to see a match. The pre-game is a vital and necessary item of the whole matchday experience. Fans will usually gather 4 to 5 hours before the kick-off and enjoy a choripán in a street-made asado, a couple of beers or fernet with friends and family, typically listening to cumbia and cheering for their team. Matchdays are celebration days.

  • Will I share a hotel room?
    Hotel rooms are booked on a 2-people basis. If you want a single room let us know, a surcharge will apply. If you are a group of 3 you can choose whether to sleep together in the same room (a discount will apply in certain cases) or have the extra person share a room with someone else.

  • Who will the expert coordinators be? Why are they needed?
    Our Trip coordinators are bilingual and have visited countless stadiums in Argentina, learning the tricks of the trade and accumulating experience to help resolve the inevitable issues that arise.
    They will be in charge of the trip’s logistics and itinerary, sorting out the tickets, organising the best pre-game experiences and giving you all the local tips and advices for the trip to be unforgettable.

  • Is it safe?
    Your coordinator guides will explain thoroughly the do's and do not's in Argentina and in matchday situations. We will stick together as a group and your coordinator guides are locals who speak the language and have vast experience on football travel. They will guide you and will let you know when to take care of your belongings to avoid pick-pockets and unwanted situations, having always safety as a number one priority when making decisions.

  • What happens if I need to cancel?
    If you need to cancel, your deposit can be used in the next version of the trip. Once the full amount is paid, refunds are no longer possible. 

  • Are Flights Included?
    No, you should organise your own flights to arrive on the morning of Friday 20th September 2024 or earlier, leaving on Monday 30th September or later.
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