Plaza Serrano (Plazoleta Julio Cortazar), Buenos Aires

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Step into the epicenter of fashion and nightlife at Plaza Serrano (Plazoleta Julio Cortazar). Walk through the adjacent streets to do some shopping for local fashions. Alternatively, if clothing doesn't interest you, stay on the square for the artisan market, where locals peddle their handmade goods. Restaurants surround the plaza, so if you get hungry you have plenty of options. At night, the plaza remains energetic as bars--interspersed among the restaurants--come to life. Locals and travelers alike flock here for a night out. Use our Buenos Aires itinerary maker to add Plaza Serrano (Plazoleta Julio Cortazar) and other attractions to your Buenos Aires vacation plans.
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  • 11 am on a beautiful Saturday, only a handful of stands were there. The plaza itself is also tiny. I took a bus just to get there, i was really disappointed.  more »
  • This plaza is surrounded by a myriad of bars, restaurants and boutique type shops. Plenty of hype on the Saturday morning, throngs of people enjoying life, doing business or just strolling and window ...  more »
  • Visited this fun market twice in the same day and discovered that in mid afternoon the market was 3X the size of what it had been in the morning. Many artists attend this market which was a nice chang...  more »