Well, I grew up in this city, so I spent several Sundays afternoons lying on the grass of this park after or before admiring the hand craft market. It's, with no doubt, something I would recommend to everyone visiting Buenos Aires.
This is the park adjacent to Recoleta Cemetery, and a weekend craft market is held here in the afternoons. One woman has a particularly interesting display of cross stiched towels with the word "Argentina" on it. She's just outside the Cathedral. If you cross through the crafts market (park), you can cross over the avenue to the Museum of Fine... 更多
It was enjoyable to walk around this market just looking at everything for sale. For the most part, items had been made and were being sold by the artists themselves. I purchased a few items and had to stop myself as I didn't have room to bring more home with me. If you are a fan of local art, this... 更多
I have been to "artisan markets" around the world, and most are just stall after stall of the same dreck. But this market--open only on weekends--is truly unique. I am certain it is the best artisan market I have ever visited. Just about every one of the 100+ stalls has its own character, with one of a kind creations. The... 更多
We walked here from our hotel in Palermo Hollywood on Saturday morning. The craft market wasn't huge but the stuff was original, handmade & unique. Be sure to checkout the guy that carves matches & chaulk; so cool! Such a nice change from the usual "artisan" markets that sell crap that was made in China! There was also a small... 更多
This park is just across the street from the Nacional Museo of Belle Artes. Lots of local and their dogs. Beautiful flowers on big trees. Check out the Sunday market. Street food galore but I was not eager to try since I was going to a cruise the next day.
This is a good place to stroll through after visiting Recoleta. Park offers shelter from hot sun - usually loads of dog walkers with several dogs together. Keep on going to Av del Libertador in opposite direction to Retiro and you will find restaurants away from tourist area. See Pizza Cero report as an example of where to dine.
The park itself is beautiful but if you go on a weekend there is an Artisan's Market with over 100 vendors! We bought everything from jewelry to hand made kids toys and clothing. Lots of leather goods. Essentially plan to spend the entire Day in the vicinity as there is so much to see and do. Some of the most... 更多
A very pleasant space with live performers at weekends. Popular in the warm summer sun, with shade under the trees to sit and relax. The market has some interesting items (some of the usual tourist stuff too). A little oasis in amongst the busy streets and close to the cemetery.
Plaza Francia is in Recoleta, Avenue Quintana ends at Recoleta, in Plaza Francia, right in front of Pilar Church, and Cementery of the Recoletos, very nice to walk, very nice gardens