Feria de Artesanos de Plaza Francia, Buenos Aires

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Find the perfect souvenir for a loved one at Feria de Artesanos de Plaza Francia, an artisan market offering both traditional and contemporary items like bronze jewelry and hand-woven clothing. You'll find a distinctly indigenous touch on many of the pieces, as artisans try to incorporate traditional influences into their work. Stop at the market, which only operates on weekends and public holidays, after your visit to the Recoleta Cemetery. Don't forget to haggle, as you can earn yourself a reasonable discount. Add Feria de Artesanos de Plaza Francia to your Buenos Aires travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Buenos Aires trip builder.
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  • few handmade and scarce original craftsmanship. prices are quite commercial and the whole experience is just a cheap treat. only visit this attraction if you are stranded in town and have never seen a...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed walking through this fair. It's much larger then we anticipated, but no where near the size or craziness of the San Telmo fair. I would recommend going to both if possible. We bo...  more »
  • This square turns into a well organized arts and crafts market built by the city administration, keeping it clean, safe and very well organized ! The stalls have a huge variety of hand made goods of g...  more »
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  • One of the best place for Peace lovers. We can find stalls, we can find people playing great music. The place has a beautiful view and we have Recoleta Cemetery beside it, you can also visit that place.
  • A classic Buenos Aires market. It is possible to find nice handmade objects.
  • 95% of the "artisan" and "handmade" products come from China, so skip it, they are expensive because of the cool place they are in
  • skip it. most of the stands offer industrialised items, lacking quality and originality. the rest are just ordinary and pseudo-hippie-chic.
  • You can buy the perfect figure, gift or other pleasant trifles.