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recommended Mataderos' Street Market
The one and only street market in Buenos Aires where you can catch a glympse of "gaucho" (a kind of argentinean cowboy) culture. Live performances include a particular horse racing ("sortija"), music ... read more
and dancing (locals and tourists are encouraged to join the dance). Great meat to eat around, both from street vendors and in restaurants. Home-made food and produce to buy and handicrafts made by the stallholders.OPEN ON SUNDAY AND SOME PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ONLY. CHECK http://www.feriademataderos.com.ar/Tip: Take a taxi to and from the market, since it's almost at the border of the city. If you want to experience public transportation, take bus 92 from Recoleta, but prepare for an hour or so ride.
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If you want to experience something different and try great food, give this a try.
recommended Senor Tango
Senor TangoVieytes 1655, 1275 Buenos Aires, Argentina
One of the most vibrant and sensual tango performances on a greatly festive ambiance, though the dinner is just average. This tango dinner show is mostly geared toward visitors, nonetheless, it is a ... read more
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recommended Plaza Dorrego
Plaza DorregoPlaza Dorrego, LANúS 1065 Argentina
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 ... read more
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.
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