Puerto de Frutos, Tigre

(4.1/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
A lively dock area, Puerto de Frutos offers a range of shops and stalls selling wicker and rattan handicrafts, wooden furniture, and food, including honey and smoothies. Most of the items sold here are fragile or too large to be easily transported by plane. If you still wish to find a memento to bring home, try browsing for leather goods and smaller decorative objects. Avoid visiting on weekends, when the market sees its biggest crowds. Put Puerto de Frutos into our Tigre vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Tigre.
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  • The Puerto de frutos and a trade the sky opened the edge of the Tigris River, and great place to buy a souvenir (with more varieties) in the city of Buenos Aires. If you can, return by boat to Puerto Madero (+ or-$ 400 pesos, with $50 casino Trilenium weights), the tour has in media 2 hours.
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  • The prices are high. In general it is a chaos of people, for parking, shop, eat or walk. You have to walk because there are many places that sell the same and prices may vary up to 30% between one and the other. Is a great fair of craftsmen to go to search variety or something in particular, not to go to search price. It is very large, not go with children because they can get bored or lose (although there is a PlayLand in). Ah! To the 19 closes all, all includes restaurants.
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  • Ideal for tourists who want to see the delta from the coast or take a short tour onboard and meet Argentine crafts
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  • Increible pasear por el Puerto de Frutos! Re lindo, ahora esta un poco mas cuidado en algunos aspectos, aunque los precios estan caros. Recomiendo comer en Garra, local de comidas rapidas de Tigre (ingenioso nombre jaja) , excelente comida.. tanto las hamburguesas (GIGANTES!) como las BONDIOLAS que mamita!
  • Nice place. Good walking. Full of people on saturday and sunday.
  • Mall al aire libre, mayoritariamente de artesanías y decoración / muebles.
  • Is a nice walk; but, nothing real tipical. Just manufactured stuff; there is some artisan products, but nothing really "catchy" to the eye. Just a nice walk.
  • It is a magical place. There are very good places to go for lunch (at night everything is closed - DIC2015), many security .... if you go by car, you must have very patience because within 20 blocks the traffic go very slow. The "artisans" have very good prices and you got to buy food, bazaar, blacksmithing, plants and flowers, decoration, regional articles and many other things.