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We went by bus 55 from Villa Crespo. It was quicker than expected and took 40 minutes. You use your subte card. We didn't stay long enough to eat due to the weather as we thought it was going to pour down. The songs and...More
The Working Class neighborhood of Mataderos holds a weekly Sunday fair from early March to early December, apparently suspending the event during the summer months of January and February. There is a large electronic stage errected in the square, streets are blocked off and there...More
I think I had higher expectations from all the reviews here. We took the bus from San Telmo where our hotel is. It was about a 45min ride and it was great to look at the city. The fair itself was ok. Lots and lots...More
We are back in BA for our 6th long visit.....9+ weeks. On day #11.....last Sunday Nov. 20,2017 we happily got on the #92 collectivo and looked forward to our day at the feria.
#1 The walk from Av. Directorio to the Feria was FILLED w/stands...More
The Feria de Mataderos was such a pleasant surprise! There was a great variety of vendors and a lot of items that I haven't seen in other Buenos Aires markets. I especially loved the food stalls (empanadas, choripan, and craft beer to enjoy on the...More
This market takes place on Sundays and its the most authentic experience of Argentinian folklore and best local food "parrilla " . You can find there every kind of local handcraft , specially of leather and wood . Real gauchos get there together to dance...More
The Feria de Matadores, held in the Matadores neighborhood on the outskirts of Buenos Aires (about a thirty minute cab ride from where we were staying in Recoleta) is held every Sunday, and worth a visit. We went as part of our tour-de-empanadas, to try...More