Feria De San Pedro Telmo, Buenos Aires

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Sundays come alive at Feria De San Pedro Telmo as the street turns into a buzzing artisan market. Browse through the fascinating antique stalls selling almost everything you can imagine, or check out the array of artisan leather products. You can satisfy your hunger with typical Argentinean street food and wash it down with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. Groove along to the live music performances taking place all along the street, or join the weekly tango event. Pickpockets operate in the crowded street market, so keep a vigilant eye on your valuables. Plan to visit Feria De San Pedro Telmo during your Buenos Aires vacation using our convenient Buenos Aires tourist route planner.
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  • I was 3 years ago. This January I returned. I thought to find other alternatives, other proposals... nothing, equal and always the same, little variety between and post... To go once is OK, to see if there is something new... forget.
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  • Even on a rainy and windy day the ferria was buzzing. Hundreds of stalls and most selling well made, well priced, unusual artisanal goods and not tourist tat. There were loads of places to eat and dri...  more »
  • A lot of people and all kinds of souvenirs and trinkets. Very nice to enjoy Sunday. If you're there at lunch time don't stop eating a steak at El Gap. Delicious!
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  • It is a flea market/fair that takes place on Sundays (11am to 5pm), located around Plaza Dorrego. In addition to the antiques stands, which are literally around the Plaza and gave birth to the fair, walking along Defensa Street you can find several stalls, shops and artists selling handicrafts, decorations, clothes, music, etc. There are also several options for eating and drinking, whether on the street or in restaurants (affordable!). Worth the ride and without doubt is a great way to start Sunday in Argentina's capital city.
  • Lot of unique products are sold here. Its a long street and you cannot see any product repeated anywhere stands a single statement to describe this place. Truly a nice touristic place. A must visit if you are in Buenos Aires.
  • Muy buena variedad
  • An incredible place. On Sundays, there is the "Feria de San Telmo" which you just cannot miss. There are hundreds and hundreds of small kiosks where several products are sold, like small gifts, leather bags, empanadas and dulce de leche. Some places accept other currencies like the american dollar and the brazilian real.
  • Weeding out good original stall from hundreds of stalls selling kitsch stuff will be what you'll be doing most of the day but it is definitely worth a visit and you may be surprised at what gems you may be able to find!