I've been to Feria de Tristan Navaja on May, 3rd, 2009. I spared the sunday morning to visit that Feria, since I like to stroll on swap meets and antique fairs. Well, I saw a lot of old stuff, but not antiques or pitoresque things, making this visit a little disappointing, since I had created a great expectation.
The Feria is huge, distributed among several streets besides the own Tristan Navaja. In my opinion, if you have plenty of time, you may spare some hours to walk thru those streets; otherwise, go elesewhere.
Oh, should you be eager to buy Uruguayan products, mainly clothes, it´s better going to Parque Rodó, where a fair also runs on sundays.
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