The historic neighborhood of San Telmo changes its physiognomy during the weekend. Its streets become pedestrian to give rise to one of the most emblematic antiques and crafts fairs in Argentina and Latin America.
Around the Dorrego Square, old houses of the nineteenth century are still preserved, some transformed into cafes, restaurants and boutique hotels. Its streets are also the scene of street artists. It works on Sundays from 10 to 18.
If you are looking to avoid massive attendance, it is better to go first thing in the morning.