This is one of the best Markets I have ever been to. Everything is handcrafted ranging from leather bags to hand made birds made out of gords. Everything is extremely unique and inexpensive hear. I managed to spend a few hundred dollars in 2 hours on many different gifts!
San Telmo existed in the 17th century. It was one of the earliest residential areas in BsAs (none). At that time, there lived a large number of dockers, brick factory workers and the working people of the lower classes, which was an industrial area. Later in the 19th world, Argentina exported a large number of wool and leather, which led to the development of the region. In 1871, yellow fever was prevalent here (recalling that I had an expensive yellow fever vaccination before I came to South America), and all the wealthy moved to La Recoleta. Later, these empty houses and land were used by the government to build many art galleries, museums and parks. In the middle of the last century, immigrants from all over the world poured into San Telmo. Bars, shops and Tango Show are increasing day by day. Gradually the air in San Telmo smelled like bohemian.
This is an old city, many residents'buildings are relatively old structures, not many people, many shops are traditional old shops.
The overall feeling is really okay, there is Qixi.
Night tour to Buenos Aires, not to miss to the May Square not far from Recoleta to experience South America's romance, the first lights, visitors can walk in front of the cafes and restaurants with different characteristics, enjoy the extraordinary decoration and layout. After midnight, the bustling bars and discos of Jecler ushered in the peak of the day's business. The smell of tobacco and whiskey seemed to permeate the air in the street. The young people who stayed up all night made the old market a fascinating night city.