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I love this place! I felt like I was in Barcelona’s La Rambla food market. It’s not as big, but everything’s just so clean, and fresh. Andddd more pizza, more pasta, more karne, more empanada... less paella! (Not that it’s bad, it’s just the Argentinian diet!)
Average market with some food vendors, crafts, antiques, produce, etc. There were few artisan craft shops which I liked. Many of the antique vendors outside sell similar stuff. The empanada vendor inside the market serves great food at very affordable costs. Dulce de Lèche Co.…
The Sunday market at San Telmo is busy with lots of people enjoying a day out. Good for people watching. Interesting old buildings and cobbled streets. Lots of vendors with a variety of wares—mostly small antiques and knitwear. If you are looking for art, better head to the…
Not to be confused with the famous San Telmo Sunday Fair (Feira de San Telmo), the indoor Mercado San Telmo first opened in 1897 and it is now open every day of the week in a permanent location at the corner of Defensa and Carlos Calvo. The Mercado San Telmo’s building is a…
This small opening leads to a corridor that then opens into a huge indoor market. Inside, there are many shops, cafes, fruit stalls and outlet selling art and music. A wonderful market that is open each day.