In the south of the city of Buenos Aires you will find a street circuit that pays tribute to the best characters in Argentine comics. From Larguirucho and Super Hijitus to the famous Mafalda, here you will see them all!
The tour of the cartoon walk begins with its most iconic characters, the beloved Mafalda, Susanita and Manolito de Quino, (in Defense and Chile), then continues with: Isidoro Cañones de Dante Quinterno (Balcarce and Chile), Larguirucho and Super Hijitus de García Ferré (Balcarce and Mexico), Matías de Sendra (Balcarce, between Mexico and Venezuela), Clemente de Caloi (Balcarce between Venezuela and Av. Belgrano), Gaturro de Nik (Azopardo and Av. Belgrano), La Girafa de Mordillo de Mordillo (located in the MUHU), Don Fulgencio de Lino Palacio (Balcarce and Venezuela), Patoruzú de Dante Quinterno (Av. Paseo Colón y Belgrano), Don Nicola de Héctor Torino (Av. Alicia Moreau De Justo and Azucena Villaflor), Diogenes and the Linyera de Tabaré (Marta Lynch at 400, in the Parque de Mujeres Argentinas), Negrazón and Chaveta de Cognigni (Juana Manso and Marta Lynch), Prawn of Eduardo Ferro (Parque Mujeres Argentinas, Marta Lynch at 500), Girls Divito by Guillermo Divito (Av. Belgrano y Balcar ce), Pereyra and Mendieta Toilet of Roberto Fontanarrosa (Marta Lynch 550), Patoruzito and Isidorito de Dante Quinterno (Belgrano Avenue, between Avenida Paseo Colón and Azopardo).
The cartoon walk through the neighborhoods of San Telmo and Puerto Madero, starting at the corners of Defense and Chile with the statues of Mafalda and the characters of the beloved Quino, and then finish at the door of the Museum of Humor. In each block of this walk we will encounter colorful statues and large figures which pay tribute to the most famous cartoons in Argentina.