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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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As a visitor to BA, San Telmo was the most interesting area that we stayed in. Of course the Sunday market brings in tons of people, but its definitely worth coming by as there is so much going on, great for people watching. When the...More
We had this marked as a top priority, but it was not a trip highlight in the end. The covered market was unique, including everything from restaurants to food markets to antique and art stores. Some areas of this very large market were effectively like...More
We literally walked out of the hotel door and was amongst the markets on Sunday morning. Just keep going on and on. It joined up with the San Telmo arcade. Lots of variety and lots of the same as well. Musicians and artists added to...More
San Telmo on sat or sun is the perfect time to explore the barrio and do last minute gift shopping from local artists. it was once a very wealthy area full of interesting architectiture. Now it’s full of great restaurants, bars, revitalized shops as well...More
The best time to visit this is on a Sunday. It's huge !! There is somerthing for everyone here. I don't usually like markets but we spent 6 hours at this one. Watch people do the Tango. Eat at a Cafe. Browse many interesting stalls...More
Since today was Sunday, it was time to visit San Telmo and the famous Sunday market. Our new friends, David and Judi, who we had met at Iguazu falls and who happened to be staying at the Sofitel joined us. We shared an Uber over...More
The San Telmo Market was hard to find and we were surprised that it just popped up on us.
It’s a cool place with a really chill vibe.
There’s plenty of shopping, especially for Argentina crafts and antiques. It’s also a great spot for lunch.
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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