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After lunch it was onto a bus that took us around the town to the Puerto de Frutos or the Fruit Port, once the old fruit harbor but now a market of souvenirs. Seems Tigre has become a tourist destination. And it felt that way....More
This place use to be a real fruit market, where producers from the Delta area would sell their fruit to local retailers. Over the years, it has turned into a open air shopping center. The main interest could be local craft sold in quaint stores...More
My sister in law came to visit for a month so I decided that Tigre should be one of the place in Argentina for her to see. It's a very interesting little place with lots of water and docks. We took the boat cruise and...More
Family friends took us to Tigre from BA for a wonderful excursion through many neighborhoods. We loved the market lunch and the creative booths along the way a d we purchased several lovely scarves and leather mini wallets. The vendors were terrific and we took...More
Part of our Tigre and San Isidro tour while in Buenos Aires. I really enjoyed this stop of the tour. We were shown the grocery boats that service Tigre homes in the delta. Plus time to explore the Puerto de Frutos. Wide range of goods...More