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Calle Lanin, Barracas

A more colorful Caminito, without the hordes of tourists

Calle Lanin in Barracas, Buenos Aires

Calle Lanin is a beautiful little street in the barrio of Barracas, in the south of Buenos Aires. If you are going to La Boca to see the colorful and historical Caminito Street, then you might also consider taking the time to explore some of the neighboring barrio of Barracas, where you will find the quieter, shady, yet extremely colorful Lanin. (Don’t try this at night, it’s not really a safe place for tourists to be after dark). The murals there, created in the year 2000 by local artist Marino Santa Maria (who actually lives on this street), are definitely worth the trip to take a look.

Being such a colorful street, the best way to give you an idea of what Lanin street is like is with some photos…

Photos of Calle Lanin

House on Lanin Street, Buenos Aires

Project Calle Lanin

Street murals on Calle Lanin, Barracas

Colorful Calle Lanin

Hope you enjoyed the photos.

You can also check out this post on Calle Lanin by Argentina’s Travel Guide for some more info on this sightseeing attraction in Buenos Aires.

Location of Calle Lanin

Lanin 1 – 200, between Brandsen and Suarez, Barracas

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Comments

10 Responses to “Calle Lanin, Barracas”

  1. Chris Pessoa on December 1st, 2007 12:58 pm

    I loved the photos. I need to go to Boca again to visit the Lanin street…

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  2. Veris on January 30th, 2008 9:10 am

    Hi! Thank you for uploading these pics. I spent my childhood in Barracas and Avellaneda (now am living in Germany) and it really touches me to see pics from this street.
    Last time i visited Buenos Aires didn’t see the Lanin street; next time will pay a visit.
    Thanks a lot!

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  3. Jeanne on February 5th, 2008 5:55 pm

    To Alan Patrick
    We’ll be in BA Thurs. Feb. 14 and would love to book you for a tour, if possible. We’re staying at the Hotel Etoile in Recoleta. I wish I’d known what great tours you give sooner!

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  4. ella cabasal on May 28th, 2008 6:11 am

    alan,
    i like the pictures you took in lanin street, very different from what we all know about streets. more power to you!!

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  5. Alitta on June 2nd, 2008 3:33 am

    Yes Buenos Aires seems to be a really fantastic city to take a visit!

    Your photos are really wonderful 🙂

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  6. Humberto on September 4th, 2008 2:11 pm

    I was curious and now I’m glad to see your nice website and the pictures in it. I live in B.A. but I didn’t know Lanin street. I’m part of a trio that was invited to play at Ingrata Bar the 27th.

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  7. julene on November 10th, 2012 5:41 am

    I just put up some photos about Calle Lanin.

    You can see them here at:

    http://wherewewerefrom.com/2012/11/10/calle-lanin-in-barracas/

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    Alan Patrick Seabright Reply:

    Thanks for sharing! Your photos of Calle Lanin are beautiful.

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  8. lina on April 10th, 2013 12:21 pm

    i love calle lanin. it is one of my favorite places in buenos aires. it is a wonder! there is a nice little coffe shop too. it is a lovely walk. be sure to bring your camera

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    Alan Patrick Seabright Reply:

    Hi Lina! Thanks for your comment. Here at BuenosTours we love calle Lanin too. Such a creative, colorful street! And especially good for photography.

    Do you know the name of the cafe? Haven’t tried it out yet.

    Take care!

    Alan

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