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3 walking tours in Buenos Aires you should not miss

No matter wheter you are visiting Argentina’s capital for the first time or going back to it after some time, if you prefer to explore the city at a slower pace, take plenty of pictures, discover every detail and learn about the history and the culture of one of the most exciting cities on Earth,…

Best places to see tango in Buenos Aires

It is a fact that no trip to Buenos Aires is complete without attending a tango show. Although with so many options out there it can be hard to tell which one is best. Read on for a complete and comprehensive guide by Signature Tours’ experienced tour guides that will help you make up your…

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5 craft fairs and markets not to be missed while in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a thriving and cosmopolitan city, yet still keeping traditions which shaped its identity: craft fairs and markets. Through this article, we will share our suggestions so that you can plan your visit and make the most of your time in Buenos Aires. Here ́s an advance: try to schedule your stay in Buenos Aires for a weekend, that’s when magic happens. San Telmo Fair (sometimes known as San Telmo flea market) In San Telmo, towards the south, one of the oldest areas in the city. Located around Dorrego Square and along Defensa street up to May Square (Plaza de Mayo). You will find a lot of beautiful local coffee shops and restaurants to take a break after an intense walk. It is usually known for antiques, but you will also find handicrafts and amazing souvenirs to take…

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5 craft fairs and markets not to be missed while in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a thriving and cosmopolitan city, yet still keeping traditions which shaped its identity: craft fairs and markets. Through this article, we will share our suggestions so that you can plan your visit and make the most of your time in Buenos Aires. Here ́s an advance: try to schedule your stay in Buenos Aires for a weekend, that’s when magic happens. San Telmo Fair (sometimes known as San Telmo flea market) In San Telmo, towards the south, one of the oldest areas in the city. Located around Dorrego Square and along Defensa street up to May Square (Plaza de Mayo). You will find a lot of beautiful local coffee shops and restaurants to take a break after an intense walk. It is usually known for antiques, but you will also find handicrafts and amazing souvenirs to take…