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Review of Pasaje La Defensa

Pasaje La Defensa
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Buenos Aires Historical Walking Tour
Reviewed December 8, 2014

When you're tired of monuments and museums, this street (on Sundays only, I believe) has over a mile of booths of handmade items and antique shops with all levels of collectibles from Lalique chandeliers to car hood ornaments. Great way to spend an afternoon, even for my husband.

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Reviewed October 16, 2013

This is one of my favorite places in San Telmo. One of those where you can escape from the loud streets of Buenos Aires and enjoy some relaxed moments exploring the different workshops where locals make and sell handcrafted things and drink some cup of coffee after in a bohemic atmosphere. Especially I recommend to visit Patio Ezeiza cafe on the wonderful terrace upstairs- good coffee, good music, friendly people and it's always sunny!

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Reviewed February 7, 2012

I love visiting this place which used to be one big house belonging to a very rich family and was then divided up into small flats for immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century. It's full of small shops now but has the original floors etc.

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Reviewed January 18, 2012

There is no entry fee or rush to look around this old mansion. It is a nice break from the avenida Defensa crowds. Although the mansion lacks an extensive interpretive story most guide books and the BA provided historical poster gives a brief explanation to the layout.
Make sure to walk upstairs and poke all around.

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