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Architectural landmarks in the city’s oldest neighborhood have been restored, and this revitalized area is distinctly artistic, with cafes, antique shops, cobblestone streets and lots of artists and dancers.
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Calle Defensa | Bairro San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Came here on sunday and a market was here so couldnt see much...if u like market stalls thengreat but over crowded for me
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Calle Defensa is an extraordinarily vibrant street which is packed full of cafes, bars, restaurants and markets. It is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires and is packed full of life, culture and character!
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So much to see, you cannot do it in one day. On Sundays the street closes to cars and becomes a huge market place. Start at Plaza Dorrego and walk towards the casa rosada. Be sure to visit the museum casa rosada, outside the security fence. It’s free and worthy of a few hours to
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We chose Italian as a break from eating asado..so la Biati was our choice fir the evening in Plaxa Serrano in Palermo The food was excellent..Milanese....tagliatelle fungi A bottle of Heraldos Malbec After the meal we requested a grappa Were told only a drop left in the bottle
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It's a little bit shabby neighborhood but has many cosy cafes. If you get hungry you have to visit the Mercado de San Telmo. It's a market place indoors with many food stands and especially one that you have to try is La Choripaneria. They have this most amazing grilled sausages
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