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San Telmo, Buenos Aires

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 8,500+ reviews on the web
Stroll through the bustling cobblestone streets of San Telmo, the oldest barrio in Buenos Aires. The neighborhood's colonial buildings house many cafes, tango parlors, and antique shops. Admire the old churches that pepper the barrio, wander around a museum, or stop by the semi-permanent antiques market. Street performers provide entertainment on every corner. In recent years, many art galleries and centers have cropped up here, turning it into a haven for contemporary art lovers. A wide selection of bars and restaurants round off the area's attractions. To visit San Telmo and other attractions in Buenos Aires, use our Buenos Aires trip itinerary maker.
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  • The stalls are simple and interesting, and most products are antiques of all kinds: silver, discs, books, bottles, costume jewelry, etc. is impossible not to enjoy items you saw your grandmother using, or even already possessed as a child. Collectors of old stuff will love.
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  • quite repetiva., ka truth that sells very well in argentina with its name, which has more fame than the well-deserved, ride for once, unless you're a fan of antiques, some paraejas dancing tango, some interesting antique term means, more name than viviencias
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  • beautiful sitio.para know antiques., with a mystical especial.los Sunday is enjoyed in plaza dorrego fair... bad Lo.Unico cdo were were rehabilitating the square. Good food in the area
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