San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  • 3 mentions in Palermo vs. San Telmo

    • Dassia L.

      Dassia L. said, "...Palermo is well located rather than San Telmo ;)..." See More

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...loved staying in the city center. I was there in July - it was cold and rainy, and both Palermo and San Telmo seemed pretty empty at the time. (Aside from the Sunday market in San Telmo - I would love to..." See More

    • Pamela P.

      Pamela P. said, "...Without question, Palermo. It's a hip and happening neighborhood with tons of boutique hotels, great shops and restaurants. Go to San Telmo for the miles-long market (and don't miss eating at Desnivel), but, in my humble opinion, you wouldn't want to stay..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What are the best neighborhoods to stay in BA?

    • Diego B.

      Diego B. said, "...for me the most comprehensive neighborhood because it has Palermo Soho , Palermo Hollywood , many plazas, theaters, zoo, big parks. San Telmo old quarter La Boca , Old Quarter mouth, Recoleta neighborhood with the most beautiful buildings of the city ....." See More

    • Yvonne I.

      Yvonne I. said, "... San Telmo is amazing but it can be a little unsafe during the night time. Recoleta is gorgeous and has a lot of great things really near by. For more info about Recoleta, I wrote an article about it here. If you..." See More

    • Jason S.

      Jason S. said, "...Hi I just spent 8 months in BA (Jan - Aug 2015) and lived in the San Telmo area, it was really great, it's the "old city" so full of historic architecture and for the most part populated by tourists, so safe..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Alone to Buenos Aires for a week - where to stay, what to do?

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...the best place in the city for a tourist, I live there and I love it. Then you can visit Recoleta, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Boca, the city center, Retiro... There are lots of places to see and to go here...." See More

    • Jeff P.

      Jeff P. said, " great locations for site seeing. And absolutely go see this one: It is an incredible architectural find, underground in San Telmo, where you will no doubt spend some time looking at junk for sale! ;-) In San Telmo, eat..." See More

  • 2 mentions in The top 1-5 cannot-miss things in Buenos Aires?

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...-Recoleta Cemetery is gorgeous. -For local crafts and art, the San Telmo street fair on Sunday is great. -If you're interested in Evita or history in general, the Museo Evita is very nicely put together. -El Cuartito Pizza was really good. Ate..." See More

    • Ed B.

      Ed B. said, "...ride to visit the excellent Natural History Museum there. If your visit covers a Saturday, don't miss the street market in San Telmo, best place to choose a mate cup and straw to bring home. The Zoológico de Buenos Aires ranks..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Tips and recommendations for a first timer to Buenos Aires?

    • Ros P.

      Ros P. said, " Palermo but this is a little further from the attractions. Starting with a Sunday in BA you must visit the San Telmo market. It is both local and touristy. We started the day with a free visit to the Casa Rosada..." See More

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, " fill at the corner shop near the apartment. I thought most of the touristy neighborhoods - Av de Mayo, Recoleta, San Telmo, Palermo Soho - were great for walking. I read that anywhere south of Au. 25 de Mayo gets..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Favorite things to do in Buenos Aires?

    • Damian M.

      Damian M. said, "...- La Boca , Caminito and La Bombonera - Obelisco - Puerto Madero - Recoleta - Floris Generica - Palermo - San Telmo- Plaza de Mayo and Cabildo - Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral - Tango Show: - Café Tortoni -..." See More

    • Priscilla S.

      Priscilla S. said, "...Places to eat: Cabaña Las Lilas Café Tortoni Things to see: Flea Market in San Telmo Madero Tango dinner and tango show Obelisco La Bombonera and La Boca If you have time, spend a few days in the country side at Estancia..." See More

  • 2 mentions in First time to Buenos Aires, looking for off the beaten path adventures

    • Pablo Z.

      Pablo Z. said, "...Conventillos ", there also you can see some street tango show and lunch in a " Bodegón ". Another option is San Telmo and its colonial buildings, antiques stores and craft markets. Something very different but close is Puerto Madero, one of..." See More

    • Julieta H.

      Julieta H. said, "...could tell you the places that I, as a local, frequent but mostly they're not as "cultural" as you would think. San Telmo is a must-see for everyone who visits Buenos Aires, I think. It's one of the older neighboorhoods and on..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Calling all Buenos Aires Experts!

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...9 de Julio Ave. Have a late breakfast at Café Tortoni before walking on to Avenida de Mayo. Continue south to San Telmo. Day 2: (pretty much a bust because I was sick) Lunch at El Cuartito Pizza. Short walk to..." See More

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...Hi Shannon, Polly gave you some good advices. In four days you shouldn't miss Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo and La Boca, Puerto Madero, Recoleta and Palermo. This neighbourghoods are good for turist but they are also very authentic. If you like..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good places to tango?

    • Susie H.

      Susie H. said, "...Check out the Palermo Viejo and San Telmo neighborhoods of BA. Good food, drinks and discos...." See More

  • 1 mention in Recommendations for Argentina - 10 days

    • Christine O.

      Christine O. said, " will be up LATE so may need to chill in the day, shopping in Palermo, looking at the market/sights in San Telmo head out to the touristy La Boca and try lots of cafes and wander around. Also look at the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Don't miss spots in Buenos Aires

    • Julieta H.

      Julieta H. said, "...You should totally visit San Telmo on sundays, it's full of foreigners bc they are places to eat from all over the world, people selling all kinds of things, it's a really beautiful place. The Obelisco too, I love the view I..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 weeks in Argentina - Itinerary help!

    • Esmè Z.

      Esmè Z. said, "...the world and it's not expensive as one could imagine. Don't miss out going to Caminito, Casa Rosada , Teatro Colón, San Telmo (going on a Sunday is much better, they have a crafts market) in BA. Also, if you go to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Planning a two week trip to Argentina, need help with an itinerary

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...luck and I hope you'll enjoy my country, it's really beautiful. Buenos Aires, BocaBuenos aires, Congreso de la Nación ArgentinaBuenos Aires, San Telmo Buenos aires, Usina de las artesUshuaiaIguazu falls..." See More

  • 1 mention in Solo traveler fun places and events in BA

    • Teresa M.

      Teresa M. said, " a collection of great neighborhoods that are great to explore, I will definitely recommend to spend half a day in San Telmo. This traditional area is perfect for a stroll you can finish your tour with lunch or dinner at..." See More

  • 1 mention in First Time in Buenos Aires, what can I do?

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...can be anyway. But bring a good coat and an umbrella. The must see are the storic center, Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Avenida Corrientes, La Boca, Recoleta, Palermo. The last one is the best place to stay (similar..." See More

  • 1 mention in Traveling to Buenos Aires in July

    • Stephan J.

      Stephan J. said, "...My suggestions: Casa Rosada, Boca, San Telmo, La Brigada, La Cabrera, Dadá, Asia de Cuba, Bayside, Rosebar..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Buenos Aires?

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...of the city are the streets and in spring there are lots of things to do outdoors. Don't miss Recoleta, Palermo, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Belgrano. You can check to know the activities for each month. I hope you enjoy..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best local foods in Buenos Aires?

    • Pamela P.

      Pamela P. said, "...Don't miss Desnivel, in San Telmo ...a raucous local joint serving up (what else?) every imaginable cut of beef on the parilla, with chimichurri and salsa on the side. If you are a vegetarian, you might want to steer clear......" See More

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