We were lucky to be in Buenos Aires on a Sunday as we got to experience the San Telmo Sunday Market along Calle Defensa. The entire street, probably about 14 blocks in length, teeming with artisans and others selling their craft and wares.
It starts from 9:00am till around 6:00pm. It started to get real busy from about 11:00am when we were there.
There's lots of eateries and pubs along Calle Defensa to stop and people watch. Another great spot to stop for a bite or a drink is at Plaza Dorrego.
Don't forget to stop for a Kodak moment with Mafalda sitting on a bench with a couple of her friends. Be warned....there's a long line up on Sundays.
Who is Mafalda?
'Mafalda is an Argentine comic strip written and drawn by cartoonist Quino. The strip features a six-year-old girl named Mafalda, who reflects the Argentinian middle class and progressive youth, is concerned about humanity and world peace, and has an innocent but serious attitude toward problems.' - Wikipedia
Recommended especially on Sundays.