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Feria De San Pedro Telmo

Calle Defensa, Humberto I | Plaza Dorrego, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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San Telmo and Mataderos Fair Tour in Buenos Aires
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Calle Defensa, Humberto I | Plaza Dorrego, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

On a sunny Sunday morning...you can enjoy some tango and a lot of antiques. For sure it's touristic and the best part (more authentic) is around plaza Dorrego.. after that you can escape from the crowd and walk in the nearby streets...on Defensa the stuff...More

Thank Virginie L
Reviewed August 1, 2017

Stretching the entire length of Defensa Street and passing right in front of our hotel off Plaza Dorrego, the San Telmo Flea Market was tons of fun. There were shopping opportunities galore and many unique gift items. This huge Sunday Flea Market was also great...More

Thank eelSeattle
Reviewed May 6, 2017

When the fair first started back in 1971, 270 stalls lined up on famous Defensa Street and after 45 years the charm did not disappear a bit. Antiques, jewellery, paintings, sculptures, collector’s items (old movie posters, newspapers, magazines), home accessoires, clothes….Everyone finds a piece in...More

1  Thank Flyngdtchmn
Reviewed April 23, 2017

Interresting and big marked. It's alot to look at and to buy. The atmosphere is great. It's also just nice to look at all the peoples. Maybe you even see some tangodancers 😄

1  Thank Lars S
Reviewed April 17, 2017

Whether you are shopping for a particular item or just into people watching, this is the place to be. Starting at Plaza Dorego, there are mostly antique vendors. As you venture out and down the various side streets, the items tend to be more artisan....More

1  Thank Samndjsdad
Reviewed April 10, 2017

loved the atmosphere of the place and the objects in the market. Stayed for longer time had the opportunity to enjoy the tango dancing in the street

Thank Hilda M
Reviewed February 27, 2017

We went to the Sunday markets in the rain as it was the only Sunday we were in BA. Great number of stalls outside, and the inside market has some interesting shops, and the food stalls are also fun to investigate. But, the rain made...More

Thank Wonderbra_Star
Reviewed February 26, 2017

The Scene: As with Caminito, the San Telmo Market was flagged as something not to miss if you find yourself in Buenos Aires on a Sunday. Positives: This is a great, quaint market which is just over 1 mile long and has stalls of all...More

1  Thank lostinLondon522
Reviewed February 5, 2017 via mobile

Even on a rainy and windy day the ferria was buzzing. Hundreds of stalls and most selling well made, well priced, unusual artisanal goods and not tourist tat. There were loads of places to eat and drink as well as many food stalls on the...More

Thank Estelle C
Reviewed January 29, 2017

Spend a leisure Sunday afternoon walking SanTelmo Avenue looking at a vast array of crafted items priced for the conscientious shopper. On every corner be entertained by a variety of street performers, make sure to stop and have a sausage or steak sandwich in one...More

Thank Corinne B
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San Telmo
Characterized by cobblestones and narrow streets, San
Telmo is defined by the tango, the dance that made
Buenos Aires world-famous. Tango is a fusion of many
different cultures: a true child of immigration, much
like the city itself. Nowadays, it comes alive after
dark in the milongas (dance parties) attended by both
locals and visitors alike, who dance until the wee
hours of the morning. During the day, the antique
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