Feria de Mataderos, Buenos Aires

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Dip into the local culture at Feria de Mataderos, a thriving market specializing in locally made goods, regional cuisine, and folk music. Browse the artisan stalls for handmade crafts, with wooden ornaments, jewelry, and textiles among the most popular gift and souvenir ideas. Grab a bite to eat from one of the vendors, with regional specialties such as locro (a broth of meat and corn) and humita (corn and cheese wrapped in cornhusks, served hot) freshly prepared on site. Catch a performance of traditional dance and listen to the folk singers at this atmospheric marketplace. Our Buenos Aires online day trip planner makes visiting Feria de Mataderos and other Buenos Aires attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Every now and then we go with my husband to this fair when we want to hear good folklore, with unknown musicians and much better that the ones on television. Besides the fair offers meals and also to buy sweets, oils and other products of very good quality. If you go early you can see the career of rings. It's a beautiful walk to a sunny Sunday.
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  • great place to buy items of the field and eat barbecue, the stands of cheeses and salami for sale have a wide range, special to walk a... recommended Sunday
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  • As recommended from a travel guidebook on Sunday to the Feria de Matadores have been raised, from the Center a 25-minute taxi ride away, everything more than worth knocked, Sun, a lot of pleasant market stalls with snuistereien, and the tango danced by people on the street out there just from the public feeling had, certainly worth a visit. and if you're there, have lunch at Provoletta, you don't know what you are going through, Public restaurant.
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  • I love mataderos market! Very Argentinian and not over pack with tourist
  • Great original Fair with gaucho music and a lot of food from the countryside. A great experience in BA
  • The Mataderos Fair features traditional argentine foods, it showcases folkloric dances and music, and offers people (mainly tourists) a chance to see/buy crafts made by local artisans(anything from dulce de leche, to liquers,knits, leather goods, statuettes etc). It does get especially crowded on the weekends, but thats when all the special events take place.
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  • Super cultural and fun fair. People dance, sing, and just have a good time. There's food and many vendors. You'll see a lot of the same, but there are also unique arts for fair prices. The MC is very spirited

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