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Architectural landmarks in the city’s oldest neighborhood have been restored, and this revitalized area is distinctly artistic, with cafes, antique shops, cobblestone streets and lots of artists and dancers.
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Do yourself a favor and reserve at least 4 hours of your time on a Sunday to visit the Feria de San Telmo. It was by far one of the best days we had in BA. So many unique souvenirs to be found here. Watch...More
With a variety of different cuisines inside “el mercado de san telmo”, everyone can find something to their liking. Both foodwise and ‘shopping’ wise as there are beautiful little shops with many handicrafts and other arts. Going outside to the Square one can find marketstalls...More
Go at 10.30 if you prefer quiet,12 if you prefer crowd and buzz. Runs a few blocks of Defensa St. Need half a day if you want to walk the whole length. Look out for the the indoor San Telmo Market, entry from Defensa easy...More
If you are in BA on a Sunday then experience the street market and life in San Telmo - the market runs all down Defensa from Plaza de Mayo down to Plaza Dorrego where you're likely to see some Tango dancing.
If you like idling...More
I visited this area and enjoyed seeing the exhibits from the Plaza Dorrego vendors, enjoyed the Tango dancers, and the beautiful buildings. However, I wish I had prepared better for this area, and I had gone with a list of things of to do. Regardless,...More
Excellent part of Buenos Aires to walk around, admire the street art, stop by the Mercado for a coffee or empanada. check out the architecture. relax in Plaza Dorrego with a beer/wine and watch the Tango dancers or people passing by.
Walk along narrow cobblestone streets and admire ths colonial-style houses. There are so many things to do and see in San Telmo. You can visit the Museo Historico Nacional, the Plaza Dorrego, the second oldest square in Buenos Aires, where on Sundays an antiques market...More
Some lovely stalls selling handicrafts and antiques. Was not too busy when we went but worth ending up in the square to watch the locals dancing. So much fun to see them enjoying themselves and all ages dancing together.
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Unless younare a fan of the movie Happy Days, I would look elsewhere. There is a wide variety of places to experience tango. Being a tourist guide myself, I recommend shows with no dinner. They are cheaper and you can eat... More
Unless younare a fan of the movie Happy Days, I would look elsewhere. There is a wide variety of places to experience tango. Being a tourist guide myself, I recommend shows with no dinner. They are cheaper and you can eat elsewhere. Tortoni Tango Show, for example