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- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Local Culture
- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (11)
- Plaza DorregoOct 19, 2013
Plaza Dorrego is the central plaza in San Telmo. It is the location of the Sunday Market Fair (Ferria de San Telmo) and is surrounding by beautiful old architecture, bars, cafes and restaurants, antique shops and much more.
- Plaza DorregoMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Sep 05, 2013
Perfect for anyone who wants to pick up an authentic Argentinian souvenir. Every Sunday there is a huge artisan fair. I picked up most of my souvenirs here. The prices are great and most, if not all, of the merchandise was made by hand.
- Plaza DorregoFirst to ReviewNov 14, 2012
I went here during the weekly Sunday street fair and it was a feast for the senses. If you are in San Telmo, this is a must go place. There were vendors, artist and street performers. This is the best place to buy souvenirs as there are a lot of options and the prices are relatively cheaper. Be very careful of pick pockets.
- Plaza DorregoMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Aug 18, 2012
Plaza Dorrego is the very life blood of San Telmo. It is the second most popular plaza in Buenos Aires after the Plaza de Mayo. The Plaze is lined with restaurants, cafe, bars, and souvenir shops. It is a great place to go to while away the time watching Portenos do their thing.
- Plaza DorregoFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
At the corner of Defensa and Humberto PrimoIt's, Plaza Darrego is a great place for a Sunday morning walk at the market. Not only you'll have a nice full-immersion among locals looking for the best deal of the day, but you will also have the chance to get the right deal. You’ll find antiquities, knickknacks for a small gift to bring back home, coffee places, street dancing, or just people strolling for a nice day out.