A city that never sleeps….That’s Buenos Aires in Argentina. With a vibrant energy, rocking nightlife and dazzling shopping hubs, the city attracts a lot of people from different corners of the world.From traditional and modern artisan crafts to flea market bric-a-brac and vintage collections, has got everything to delight your heart. Let’s take a sneak peek of some of the best markets in the city.
Feria de San Telmo San Telmo market
Shop till your heart desires in the San Telmo market, which is one of the biggest street markets. Flocks of crowd gather over there on Sunday. Plan out with Kesari Tours for a wonderful journey to Buenos Aires, and make sure to pay a visit to this market once you are here.It is the perfect place to shop good local artisan leather goods, exclusive pieces of jewellery and other crafts as well as stunning artworks.In the later part of the day, you can enjoy watching the tango dancers, drummers and street performers.
Feria de Recoleta
Conveniently nestled just next to one of Buenos Aires major landmarks, is the Recoleta Cemetery, one of the best market of Buenos Aires. Wander through this weekend market and make sure to pick the beautiful handicrafts of local Argentine artisans and artists. You can’t resist yourself from shopping a few handmade sterling jewellery, ceramics, leather belts and artwork as well as there are more to catch your eyes such as the traditional mate cups, gaucho knives and ponchos. Once your soul is satisfied with the shopping, just sit and relax on the grass, and refresh yourself with some freshly-made empanadas from a local vendor.
Feria de Mataderos
Just a little far from the main tourist track, take a stroll in Mataderos Barrio to catch a glimpse of the lively food and crafts market hosted every Sunday. Enjoy taking a glimpse of the market that brings together gauchos (Argentine cowboys) from the campo, beautiful traditional handicrafts, regional cuisine, wonderful folk dancing and of course tune into the live music. Well, if you wish you can pick up some authentic gaucho-style souvenirs to gift your closer ones at great prices.Feeling excited?Pack your bags and embark on a journey with Kesari tours to Buenos Aires and be there at Feria de Mataderos for some fun, thrill and entertainment.
Mercado de Las Pulgas vintage shopping in Buenos Aires
Take a picturesque of the indoor flea market nestled in the Palermo Hollywood, that displays the retro clothing, antique glassware, antique and marvellous furniture and artwork. From Tuesdays to Sundays it remains open from 10 am to 7 pm
If you like to bring home a few mementos of Buenos Aires, then set out for a journey with Kesari Tours, and get into the pulse of the city to capture a glimpse of the vibrant shopping hubs.