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San Telmo is the oldest neighborhood (barrio) of Buenos Aires, the metropolitan capital of Argentina. Stuffed with outdated colonial buildings. Cafes, vintage outlets, outdated church buildings, and conventional Parilla eating places is a extremely popular space for vacationers.

The small cobblestone streets and the plazas of San Telmo are sometimes crammed with artists and tango dancers.

The world’s most well-known attraction is San Telmo’s Feria or market. Each Sunday an vintage honest (Feria de Andiguedades) takes place in the principle public sq., Plaza Dorrego, and everywhere in the road that ends as much as Plaza de Mayo (metropolis’s most essential sq.).

San Telmo’s Honest is a good place to go to (particularly within the morning) to purchase antiques, handmade crafts, and souvenirs.

Apart from the Sunday feria, San Telmo is among the greatest locations in Buenos Aires to purchase antiques. All through the week stroll down Calle Defensa and you will discover many specialist vintage outlets run by skilled vintage sellers.

For critical vintage collectors or simply for vacationers San Telmo is a good place to go to.

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