Markets of Buenos Aires | BA1L
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Markets of Buenos Aires
Starting from $99 USD / Adult
Enjoy a taste of local life as you delve into the market culture of Buenos Aires. Follow a local guide through the streets that define the local shopping scene, beginning along the Caminito , that inspired the music for the famous tango song. This hodgepodge of bright facades and corrugated aluminum roofs is a popular pedestrian walk, where local painters show off their works and a lively handicraft market begs exploration. From here, head to San Telmo, the city's oldest district and home to eclectic antique merchants where you're sure to find a rare keepsake or two. Your last stop is the fashionable area of Recoleta, where local boutiques and shops vie for attention. Make a special visit to El Ateneo. Once an ornate theater, this bookstore still boasts the wild frescoes, plush stage curtains and theater boxes of its show-stopping era. In fact, The Guardian named it the second-most beautiful bookshop in the world. Take some time to explore the bookshop while enjoying a coffee and pastry.
- Explore the Caminito, a historic pedestrian walk lined with local painters and crafters.
- Visit the oldest district of Buenos Aires, San Telmo, to explore its antique shops.
- Stroll through Recoleta, a fashionable hot spot and visit one of the world's truly great book stores.
What to BringShow
- KeyCard and photo identification
- Sun protection
- Cash/credit cards
- Local currency
What to WearShow
- Walking shoes
- Hat and sunglasses
- Light clothing
- Guests must be able to handle a moderate amount walking with periods of standing, over cobblestone and uneven surfaces with approximately 30 steps.
- This tour is suitable for guests who travel with a collapsible wheelchair or foldable scooter.
- Guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility should be accompanied by an able-bodied companion who can provide assistance.
- Guests must be able to enter and exit transportation independently, including negotiating 2-3 steps.
- Tour sequence may vary.
- San Telmo Fair is not open on Mondays.
- San Telmo Fair is open on Sundays.
- On weekdays the Market can be visited as well as the antique shops but the Fair is not running.
|Location Buenos Aires, Argentina||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Tour Code BA1L||BA1L|
|Duration4.00 Hours||4.00 Hours|