Best Second Hand Flea Markets In Buenos Aires Near Me

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1. Flea Market Mercado De Pulgas

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15 reviews
Flea Market Mercado De Pulgas
Location
5
Prices
5
Product Quality
5
Establishment
5
Customer Loan
5

Address: Av. Álvarez Thomas 71, C1427 CCA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Business type: Flea market


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Gabriela Rondan: A place full of charm, where objects are given a second chance... I recommend the walk and if you are looking for some furniture, decoration whatever... You will find it there

luis romano: You find a great variety of antiques, incredible...

Carolina P. Luna: A little disappointing, I was expecting a place that was a little cleaner and with the exhibition of things a little more careful, there are things on display that you don't know in which place to consult. The prices in general are inflated by the place of exhibition and the neighborhood.

Carlos Luna: Diversity of items for all tastes

Wallys Mila: Very interesting things, but high prices even for an old pot

martin SUSEL: It has had a better past... Few interesting businesses and in some, the client seems annoyed...

FRuben Noguera: Good

2. Mercado de las Pulgas

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Mercado de las Pulgas
Location
5
Prices
5
Product Quality
5
Establishment
5
Customer Loan
5

Address: Av. Dorrego 1650, 1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4779-2915

Business type: Flea market



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Marco T. Marino: One of the best antique collectives I’ve ever seen - and I’ve been to antique fairs all over the world. From the unusual to the strange the beautiful and fun - this place has it all. Prices are very reasonable and usually negotiable. No trip to BsAs should miss this experience!

mariah: So nice! It was full of great antiques, lots of decorations and experiences to see and to learn from! Many creepy dolls! I'd recommend it, but since I didn't intend to buy anything, just looking at furnitures soon became a bit repetitive... The art deco vibe really compensated :) 4 out of 5!

Shawn Thelen: What a great collection of collectors. If I move to Buenos Aires I would do 100% of my house shopping there. Amazing furniture, art and so many antique oddities that I have not seen before. Best shopping of the day!

Stacey Gibby: An eclectic market of old and new. Vintage and ‘oh my god what would you do with that’. One’s imagination can go far here!!!

Luis Latour: Amazing assortment of all kinds of things - beautiful furniture in need of a new home, things that should go to the garbage… hard to get in touch with whoever is selling things however! But an unparalleled experience.

Natalia K: There were lots of furniture, although many things were broken. Be prepared to find old china and porcelain cups as well as vintage televisions. The one that might not need work on would be the paintings they sell.

Bruno Tassone: This is a large antique market,you will find all sorts of items,

Janice Williams: This was without doubt the best vintage flea market we have visited anywhere in the world. An absolute must for lovers of all that is retro.

Kelsey Betzelberger: Great for locals, interesting for tourists but not the best thing in BA by fae

Mitja Mavsar: Loved it!! Check the video!

3. San Telmo Antiques Fair

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San Telmo Antiques Fair
Location
5
Prices
5
Product Quality
5
Establishment
5
Customer Loan
5

Address: Humberto 1º 401, C1103 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Sun

Telephone: +54 11 3181-5188

Business type: Flea market


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Steve P: It was something to check out on a Sunday in BA. A couple of hours walking around and checking out the displayed trinkets. I didn't see anything special for me but I can see someone who likes things liking some of the things.Good vibe, no live music while I was there. Plenty of food options. There is a closed market close by with multiple food vendors within. It was super crowded but fun to check out.

Juan Franco: We really enjoyed our time walking through this market which has a large variety of local products to shop around, which we did. Great hancrafted Argentinean products. Does get pretty crowded, which is the only negative, but good overall. Make sure you take plenty of pesos should you have the urge to buy things.

Azul Garcia Cruset: Great experience for sunday afternoon and for getting little presents for the family and friends

Desikan Jayaram: Lot of unique products are sold here. Its a long street and you cannot see any product repeated anywhere stands a single statement to describe this place. Truly a nice touristic place. A must visit if you are in Buenos Aires.

Avi Davidson: Wonderful experience for a Sunday. Big crowds so mind your belongings but worth the time.

Pablo Velazco (Crystal Clear): A must visit for tourists and locals. Lively Sunday.

Πολυτίμη Ραπακούλια: A great place to pass your time on a Sunday morning, picking gifts and traditional handmade crafts, getting some fresh fruitsalad for snack and eventually arriving at La Bocca for lunch! You will need comfortable shoes, the fair is so very long!

Fábio Cizotto Gibikoski: It is a flea market/fair that takes place on Sundays (11am to 5pm), located around Plaza Dorrego. In addition to the antiques stands, which are literally around the Plaza and gave birth to the fair, walking along Defensa Street you can find several stalls, shops and artists selling handicrafts, decorations, clothes, music, etc. There are also several options for eating and drinking, whether on the street or in restaurants (affordable!). Worth the ride and without doubt is a great way to start Sunday in Argentina's capital city.

Darren Cassidy: One of my favorite things I did in the city. The people and their art were so creative. Someone dried out orange peels and carved beautiful images as if it were leather, best gift ever. Also they have hand made leather shoes that are very stylish for 100usd.. Really good live jazz and tasty asado everywhere. It goes for a long ways down defensa st. Check it out! - ciao, d

Simon Clark: So many beautiful things to see, barter and buy.

4. The Market in Palermo

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The Market in Palermo
Location
4.8
Prices
4.9
Product Quality
4.8
Establishment
4.8
Customer Loan
4.8

Address: Loyola 644, C1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 2PM

Telephone: +54 11 6655-3748

Business type: Antique store


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Mariana Marshall: Great place to find antiques. Come with time and patience because at first glance it seems to you that there is not much but there is!! From porcelain cups to glass cups or an old telephone for decoration.

Cristian Tarlati: You have to be careful and carefully inspect what you want to buy. I took some chairs for "original polish" and when I wiped them with a cloth to remove apparent dirt or grease, it was ink. Cat in a poke, work that anyone can do.

Vuchi 2021: I love this place where you have specific old things but at a good price. The attention is also very good. A must visit when I'm in that area.

Mariano Fontela: Very nice, but very expensive...

Lucas Diamant: Beautiful old pieces, some restored, others in their original state. The prices are reasonable so you can find something nice to decorate a space and give it character.

gian naziboni: Excellent place ... good vibes all the staff .... every time I visit I find something to take with me, with quality and at very competitive prices! I recommend it 100%

Monica Lucioli: They are the most! Very good stuff and reasonable prices

Gonzalo Rodriguez: A little bit of everything and at good prices. Their vendors, especially Adriana, are very friendly.

Roro Pellegrini: Excellent attention. Wide variety of products and prices consistent and accessible

Gaston Batista: Excellent attention. A special place to find bits of other times and take them home. A very cool time tunnel. I recommend!

5. San Telmo Market

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San Telmo Market
Location
4.6
Prices
4.5
Product Quality
4.5
Establishment
4.5
Customer Loan
4.5

Address: Gral Simón bolivar 970 Local 193, 1066 Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: +54 11 5060-1540

Business type: Market



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J Wing: I really can't say enough about this place. Unfortunately, I lost most of the great pics I had. If you've never been. Please just go. Experience a dish, enjoy the atmosphere and don't miss out.

Atif Ali: Must visit on Sunday. All of San Telmo is like a market. All kinds of goods and foods for sale. Everything is well priced.

Jackie Hind: This was my fave place to visit in San Telmo!!! So many food options, many vendors and the atmosphere is great! I've since been back twice just for a meal and a drink!

Ana C: Amazing place to have brunch on weekends and do some antiques shopping.Excellent destination for tourists who want good food and ambiance!Tip: on Sunday go to the street market 1st 3 mins from the actual market and then stop here to have some good beer and brunch.

Michelle: It's packed on Sundays so beware, I think the more interesting market is actually outside on the street (which is only on Sundays). They have some great food options and fresh foods for purchase (meats / cheeses etc.). We didn't stop to eat here because there were just too many people on a Sunday afternoon.

Ignacio de Asua: San Telmo's traditional flea market has evolved from a collection of shabby stall selling antiques and trinkets into the city's trendiest street food venue. The air is full of lovely scents coming from the oven of food vendors offering dishes from across the globe. I would advise avoiding the market on weekends if possible as its overcrowded and you won't be able to enjoy the experience appropriately. Beware: pickpockets been operate in this area.

Hector F. Jimenez Saldarriaga: If you enjoy the food this is the right place, you will Find all the good dos here meat, choripanes and mucho more

Chivu Diana: Perfect location to serve a good Choripan at Choripaneria!

Alex Del: Fantastic , since 1897 !!

Vojtěch Čejka: Mix of everything, from small used stuff to meat, to asado. Good place to go and enjoy!

6. Eureka Vintage · Feria Americana · Second Hand Premium

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162 reviews
Eureka Vintage · Feria Americana · Second Hand Premium
Location
4.1
Prices
4
Product Quality
4
Establishment
4
Customer Loan
4

Address: Suipacha 901, C1008AAS CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 7PM

Telephone: +54 11 4311-6394

Business type: Used clothing store



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olivia: Awesome vintage! Great pricing, and only vintage store worth checking out in the area. Found the most beautiful skirt here and my friend found the cutest little fendi purse!
Response: Awww thanks! we're glad you liked it, hope to see you again!!

Joseph Melling: This is a clean, tidy and very organised Feria with good quality second-hand clothes and a polite owner who knew his stock. Nice and airy feel to the whole place. The problem was that the prices were more than 'poco caro'. The clothing was really quite expensive. Men's jackets were 2000-4000 ARS ($40-$80 plus) and though the camisas (shirts) were cheaper, they will still relatively expensive when compared to other Ferias Americanas. I went looking for tango-style vintage clothing and would have paid these prices if I found anything really good but there were no pin-striped trousers and no 'pinzer' or pinched trousers either of any material. So interesting but for me a little disappointing.

Adriana Ricci: Good prices and lots of items very well kept. The attendant was super friendly and open for negotiation.

Matías Macaya: The clothes are of great quality and the prices seemed very good to me. We return from time to time with my girlfriend to equip ourselves.

Luana: I didn't find anything worthwhile when I went. The clothes are well separated, so it's easier to see what you're looking for. But the prices I found high for being used clothes. There are other thrift stores that are worth going to.

Axel Russo: Ramón, a very good person, came to separate what interested him and made me a good offer with great respect. I recommend 100%

Gabi Bustos: You can see that the clothes go through a disinfection and cleaning process before being put on sale. The place is beautiful and the attention was excellent! Super recommendable

Marcela Bedin: Wonderful shop! I bought two beautiful genuine Scottish skirts, with incredible quality and prices. Highly recommend! Amazing store! I bought two genuine scottish beautiful skirts with an amazing quality and price. I recommend it!
Response: Thanks! We are happy you liked it!

Noeadamo Adamo: I highly recommend it. It has beautiful clothes! You can look calmly that they do not rush you or bother you at all. The place is very nice too.

María Ana Cané: Excellent trade. Beautiful, chosen, quality clothes. First brands. Careful attention.

7. Antiguo Mercado De la Boca

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Antiguo Mercado De la Boca
Location
4.2
Prices
4.2
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.2
Customer Loan
4.2

Address: Olavarría 713, C1160 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Business type: Market


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Juan Olza: Good and cheap clothing options for women, men and children, you have to know how to look and if you buy enough things you can get a discount

justin brad garcia: many places to buy clothes and very careful to attend

H u Ꮆ o Ř σ C k: A place with many options to buy from clothes to food for your pets! Super recommended!

Daniel Ferro: Beautiful place of more than a hundred years converted to bars, cafes and fast food houses, there are also greengrocers, skirts and butchers, all coexist

Orly Ursul: Good place to buy clothes and shoes good prices and quality

Marcelo Montenegro: Very nice place to visit, buy and spend a pleasant moment.

Leticia Pereira: Most of the premises are clothes there is not so much variation...and they have it at a good price.

Alejandro Moreno humerez: It is a compact space and still allows you to find the essentials

Ariel Horacio Muscio: It is always a pleasure to return to the old market; although it is seen that it still could not be raised again after the pandemic

Romy Cejas: Many stores with a variety of merchandise. Clothes, toys, food and things for dogs, cats. Clothes and toys for adults and children. There is a little bar in the background, tarot cards, etc. Some prices are good, others not so much. Sneakers, shoes, flip flops... Very cute.

8. Mercado San Telmo

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Mercado San Telmo
Location
4.4
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.5
Establishment
4.4
Customer Loan
4.4

Address: Bolívar 970, C1066AAT, C1066AAT CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: +54 11 4314-0133

Business type: Market



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Christiane Bertie: Beautiful market! Just passed by, unfortunately, as we were heading somewhere else. The people eating there looked very pleased and happy. The produce looked very fresh. Beautifully display. I will definitely go back to eat there.

Craig's Travels: This place is awesome, even better than I thought it would be, but was a lot smaller than I thought. The food stalls are incredible and taste absolutely amazing. The food and drink prices aren't bad. The oven baked empanadas at El Horneo are really good and worth the trip there. It's really hard to choose what to eat because it all looks so good.

Dan G.: Definitely worth checking out if you're in San Telmo on the weekend. Many great restaurants and bars as well as many shops with antiques, toys, meats/vegetables and decor, gifts, etc etc.

Patrick Monnier: The mercado has a bit of a nostalgic, sad feel to it. Merchants seem to kind of go through the motions with little visible passion. Antique shops seem to be an after-thought, food is hit and miss. The market appears to be a touristic set-up as opposed to a genuine place locals frequent. I still would recommend a stop but keep your expectations in check.

JurkaDS: This market left me speechless. Atmosphere is so special, that you can not feel it anywhere else in the world. Definitely highly recommend this place

Juan Cruz: Lovely market! We had an amazing pasta inside, affordable prices and abundant dishes. The market has a lot to offer, from great food to different clothing and things made by locals.

Vasiliy Komendant: A diamond in the San Telmo crown, everything about this market is iconic - from the Eiffelesque (allegedly) architecture to the mind blowing mix of antiquities, thrift, amazing gastronomy and what not - including occasional live music events and food festivals. It's a Buenos Aires must.

royanna moucheyde: The best food I ever had while visiting Argentine. This place you really have a nice authentic Argie atmosphere.

Dan Coelho: One of my favorite places in Buenos Aires! I could eat here daily. Fun antiques too. We went there often during a recent visit. Highly recommended

Brad York: San Telmo market was buzzing when we went. So many cool shops and restaurants and bars. Really cool vibe. Highly recommend going to visit here. We had lunch at a choripán place where you sit at a counter and watch the kitchen staff prepare your food.

9. Galería 5ta Avenida

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678 reviews
Galería 5ta Avenida
Location
4
Prices
4.1
Product Quality
4
Establishment
4
Customer Loan
4

Address: Av. Sta. Fe 1270 planta baja, C1059 ABT, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Business type: Store


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Victor Junco: Vintage

Gonzalo Vidaurre: It is a fairly large gallery that has 3 levels, it is well maintained. Inside you can find the most varied shops: lots of vintage clothes, CD/vinyl music sales, antique items/relics, one specializing in books and another in trainers/shoes. Recommended to visit it with time.

Esteban Sánchez: If you expected to find good and cheap clothes this is not your place. You will find clothes that are good but not cheap or cheap but not good. But what I can and should criticize the shops in the 5th avenue gallery in general is the LITTLE CARE they give to their merchandise. It's okay if it's used clothes, but at least they could be washed and ironed before putting them on the counter. And that is the worst thing about this place, the lack of attention and care on the part of its owners. I don't doubt that any mortal who goes there will find something to their liking, but I guarantee that the shopping experience will never be as comfortable as shopping at Once, in Flores or at any local or shopping mall, no matter how average it is.

Joel Rea: good clothes and good prices in general, I recommend going during the afternoon and on weekends when there are more places open.

Christian Alejandro Espindola: This gallery is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and not until 7 p.m. as the info says. I suggest they change the hours. I work inside at premises 90 and 77 @giovan_vintage

Benjamin Battipede: The American fairs that it has are very nice. But the prices are not fair. All very expensive. They even make you want to look. Used clothing and footwear at the cost of new clothing. It makes no sense or logic.

julieta morales: It has beautiful vintage clothes, the people at the stalls are very friendly, the quality of some clothes is great, but I didn't find anything for me that was lower than 5000, maybe it's because I went at 12 instead of in the afternoon, but like this I left

maria ocampos (Nikkitta): Good clothes, reasonable prices, very friendly people! Accompany a guy and it was tested without problems I love the atmosphere for photos! I suggest that a bar be installed!

Ceci Staniscia: Many stores closed, the only thing that had opened were stores selling used clothing, many of them already very deteriorated. It's not particularly my style, I wouldn't go back. I must clarify that the sellers ARE VERY KIND and offer you to look freely. For the quality of the clothes I found the prices quite high.

Agustina Tolosa: It's okay, prices are sometimes exaggerated for garments with a lot of use. But it is the capital, if you have a little more street you go to the station of some suburb in the south and get similar things 90% cheaper.

10. Plaza Dorrego

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Plaza Dorrego
Location
4.4
Prices
4.3
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.3
Customer Loan
4.3

Address: Humberto 1º 400, C1103 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Business type: Tourist attraction



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Magdalena Boneva: Great place for some drinks and good food. On the weekends can be very crowded. The sunday market is really interesting, mostly antiques but also handmade products. A bit overpriced tho.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait …More

Fer Goncalves: The Plaza Dorrego is a outside fair where sells many of antique products and many stores of Alfajores and doce de leche. Cool place to walk around with free tango dance.

Pablo Velazco (Crystal Clear): A must-visit for both locals and tourists. The Dorrego fair is a great place to find souvenirs from your trip to Argentina.Lively and full of Argentinian music. Full of places to buy souvenirs all over the street and the plaza.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More

Marin Maršić: Stumbled upon this place on a Sunday walk. There was a really cool antiques market. I also visited on a weekday and there was much smaller market, but it was still nice to just sit and relax.

Bill L: Stumbled upon this place during our Sunday walk. Place is very lively and full of interesting stuff. Do watch your belongs, there will be signs to remind you if you get carried away with the endless vendors. Great walk for the day and perfect way to walk after a feast.

Na Spa: Lively and fun neighborhood to visit when in Buenos Aires. Colorful and active. Old cobble stone streets, shops, restaurants, bars, huge indoor market and eatery - Mercado San Telmo. Lots of delicious food stalls. Sundays bring a huge outdoor craft and antique market. Plaza Dorrego is loaded with antiques. Excellent free lance entertainment everywhere. Gets very crowded since tourism is on the rise. I don’t stay after dark. I’ve heard it can get sketchy as bars overflow. But great place to visit. Don’t miss it!

Sheyma Alfak: Nice Plaza with lots of hand craft and art decoration, great place foe buying antique and handmade artworkVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More

Alicea Castellanos: If you go on a Sunday, make sure you go early so you can see the antiques market. When I arrived at about 730pm, they were leaving. I did enjoy the free opera and tango dancing in the plaza. They go on for a long time and it's fun to watch or even dance if you know how to tango. Highly recommend it.

Jose Mancini: It is a traditional spot in Buenos Aires. The public enjoys this green area that is great for a morning walk, reading or simply enjoy the moment. The down sides are, dogs that are not always on leash and the lack of enforcement for a regulation that requires to pick after the dog. There is also presence of homeless although I did not experience anything different than be walking in some streets of NY.

Andrea Spallanzani: This is probably my favorite place in Buenos Aires. This lovely piazza is surrounded by bars and it is the perfect setting for lunch or to grab a beer in the evening. Usually some tango dancers are performing for tips and the are quite talented and fun to watch.

11. ASOCIACIÓN FERIA DE ANTICUARIOS

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ASOCIACIÓN FERIA DE ANTICUARIOS
Location
4.1
Prices
4.1
Product Quality
4.2
Establishment
4.1
Customer Loan
4.1

Address: Elcano 735, ESTACIÓN " LAS BARRANCAS " DEL TREN DE LA COSTA, B1640 ACASUSSO, SAN ISIDRO, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Sat

Business type: Antique store



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Mónica Leguizamon: A nice place to walk, full of antiques and vintage clothing. Very picturesque.
Response: Thank you very much for your appreciation and assessment of our fair.

Eduardo: It is first of all different from all the fairs that I was, I appreciate the things that are there and especially the very well preserved antiques. I asked prices... and they answered me: The price is talk!!! Very good answer... willing to reach an arrangement if there is interest.
Response: Thank you very much for your appreciation and assessment of our fair.

Antonio Fedele: Nice place, many things to see and discover, many memories. For those who have more than 40 it is something they will enjoy and for the little ones it is good for them to know things and elements that the whirlwind of time has already left behind

Be Foo: Fair Saturday. antiques. Good prices. unique items

Antonio La Monica: Today was another great day, getting together with friends and my son is the best thing that can happen to me.. thank you, thank you all..

Monica Castellano: Beautiful variety of antiques, at a very good price. Very friendly sellers. I love this place. Place where I would come one and a thousand times more
Response: Many thanks!

Mercedes: At the Barrancas station of the Tren de la Costa there are stalls with all kinds of old products such as toys, lamps, crockery, records, furniture, tablecloths, posters and endless curious items. The vendors are very friendly, they are only on weekends, the problem is where to park.
Response: Thank you very much! If many times it is complicated, especially on Sundays, I can recommend you to park, do not cross the station to the side of the river, it is more complicated.

Alberto Moreno: Nice ride. Things usually have no price and you have to be asking everything

Eugenia: The stallholders serve very kindly. Very nice antiques in a wide price range. There is not much space to walk, so if there are a lot of people, it can be cumbersome.

Sandra Aleso: A place to walk with few antiques and many pottery. In the station on the opposite side there is a self-service bar, to complete the walk.
Response: Many thanks! for your review. There is a very large variety for all the different clients that visit us.

12. Mercat Villa Crespo

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Mercat Villa Crespo
Location
4.3
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.3
Customer Loan
4.3

Address: Thames 747, C1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Tue

Business type: Market


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Ruben Ruiz: This modern take on food markets opened just recently and I found it to be a great experience. Located in a refurbished industrial building, with great modern architecture design. Stores are well chosen so you have a bit of everything, from coffee places to bakeries, whine shops, salad stands, grass fed beef butcher shop... All in a nice well designed environment with multiple terraces. I suggest you come early since it has a limited capacity and you might have to line up if you come later in the day.

Ian Barnett: Very young, very loud, very busy. Fantastic food and drink, especially but not exclusively Jewish fare. Totally brilliant!

Pablo: Trendy place, you would have here a vriety of things to do. Here you are going to find exotic food, dumplings and ramen bar, natural juices made with organic products etc… This place is cool and it is worth the time to visit it.
Response: Thank you for your visit and your review, Pablo! We are glad you enjoyed your time with us. We hope to see you back soon! ☺️

Valentina F: Very cool place, lots of different restaurants to eat! Italian pasta, vegan burritos, shawarma, ramen, ice cream, salad bowls and so much more
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Christo Hugo: A great food market in the heart of Villa Crespo — with an interesting variety of freshness and taste !
Response: Thank you Christo! We are glad you enjoyed your visit. We hope to have you back soon! ✨

Marco Marrone: Best place in the neighbourhood. Plenty of options for a quick meal, fresh organic vegetables, and other gourmet groceries.

Antonio Elena: Great place with multiple lunch, dinning options: sushi, bbq, pasta, mexican, burgers… my recommendation would be the mexican tacos and the sushi place.
Response: ¡Good suggestions Antonio! Thank you very much for recommending us and for your visit. ¡We are hoping to see you soon!

Mariano Curat: Lovely food court in the middle of Villa Crespo. Lots of good food choices at reasonable prices. There are several places that sell wine and beer. During the weekend it can be crowded and hard to find a table.
Response: Hi Mariano! Thanks a lot for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit. We know anything is better with some beer or wine, so we made sure we had enough options! We hope to see you back soon. ✨

Alejandro Sarco: Nice place with many different options for food. Probably they need more seating, I've been there on a Thursday midday and most seats were taken, so weekends will probably be quite full. Many people will take away or order delivery from here.
Response: Thank you for your review Alejandro! We have about 300 seats available, but sometimes we still get quite busy. As we must guarantee enough circulation space throughout our market, adding more seating areas is a challenge. We are glad you enjoyed your visit and hope you come back soon! ✨

Cesar Welchez: Good food plaza, a tad on the expensive side on my honest opinion, but it has a couple of well priced places.

13. Feria Honduras - Plaza Serrano

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Feria Honduras - Plaza Serrano
Location
4.2
Prices
4.1
Product Quality
4.1
Establishment
4.1
Customer Loan
4.1

Address: Honduras 5001, C1414BMQ CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Sat

Business type: Shopping mall


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Louis Babino: A good-sized market with many novelties and friendly vendors. It's easy to find something to buy here.

Martin Miguel Garaguso: beautiful square, where you can drink and eat, and also buy handicrafts

Klaudia Z: Lot's of shops, has few levels. Easy walk from metro

ATTMiguel Ced: Visita obligatoria. A visit to this site is a must.

reina merlina: Re cool

Ludys Velasquez: Good prices!

Milena Ruiz: Love it

Ashish Negi: Kewll

Silvina Moretti: Paqueta

Victor Zalazar: Cool

14. Feria de Mataderos

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Feria de Mataderos
Location
4.4
Prices
4.5
Product Quality
4.4
Establishment
4.4
Customer Loan
4.4

Address: Av. de los Corrales, Av. Lisandro de la Torre &, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Business type: Tourist attraction


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Steve P: I came here on a Sunday, mid day. It was cold and drizzling on and off even though it was mid nineties a couple of days before. The park had a handful of sellers, belts, knives, jewelry. Kind of stuff you would see at Ricoletta park on a Sunday. However it seemed that only the die hearts showed up. No gauchos or music no crowds. There were some food stands including a patilla. So i bought a steak sandwich. It was pretty good. Come back when it's nice.

Santiago Andrigo: Nice and traditional fair. There is a section for clothes that is more like a flea market, but if you continue going in you'll find the section that is more about food and artisanal stuff. You can find way cheaper things than in other faires in Buenos Aires (but it's far away).

Ace mo: Cool ways to hang out. Lots of vendors with lots of used second hand stuff by the park. The fair was also really nice with local artisans and great food. There's also a stage with live music and dances.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait …More

BE N: This is a place you MUST to go, if you visit Buenos Aires. Lot of kiosks to buy Argentinian stuffs (facones, boleadoras, alpargatas, etc,etc, etc). I strongly recommend to visit this place.

Mara Monroe: Beautiful representation of Argentinian culture

Juanifazio Fazio: LindaVisited on Weekend …More

Ana Maria Rodriguez: Horrible

Tiago Oliveira: If you want to experience Buenos Aires from its more traditional side, you need to go to the Feria de Mataderos! Despite being 11km away from the tourist center, there are bus lines leaving from Tucumán Street and returning through Corrientes. The 1-hour trip is compensated by the very low cost of the ticket: 38 pesos (66 cents of real). At the Feria, in addition to shows and dances, Argentine and Andean street food, craft beers and sweets. The handicraft fair is small and has few stalls (it doesn't compare to the one in San Telmo).

Sergio Costa: Amazing place. The fair takes place every Sunday. It has a stage that has artistic performances and singers. Several stalls with items to give away. Values ​​much lower than those found in other more famous fairs. It is a fair where you can see more Argentines than tourists. Many stalls with typical food. Very good chops! Unfortunately they don't publicize this fair much, it's 10 in San Telmo. Outside the street of the fair, there is another giant fair, more roots, stalls stretched out on the ground, "piracy" of clothes... It is about 13 km from the center of Buenos Aires. It can be reached easily by bus. About 40 minutes. It is very worth the visit.

karen garcia de farias: A unique experience that every visitor to the city would need to get to know the real Argentina and its vibrant people. There is a very beautiful handicraft in it (not to be confused with the hundreds of street vendors around it) in leather, wood, iron, among others. Also mouth-watering food products. Many street food stalls, such as empanadas from different regions of the country, choripan, milanese sandwiches, among others. But the musicians on stage and the dancing audience are the real show. Reserve about 4 hours to get lost in the stalls, have a meal and still watch the people come, go and dance. Don't waste time at the tourist fairs in Recoleta, San Telmo or Palermo if you want to meet the real Argentine people.

15. Plaza Francia

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Plaza Francia
Location
4.4
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.5
Establishment
4.4
Customer Loan
4.4

Address: Av. del Libertador 1400, C1112 CABA, Argentina

Business type: Plaza



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Ines Freixas Thays: At weekend an Artisan's Fair takes place in Plaza Francia. Best moment to visit is in the mornings between 10 to1pm. There you can find beautiful objects: jewellery, knifes, leather, silver goods as well and knitted ponchos, just to mention some. What deserves a separate paragraph are the paintings. You find them uphill near the Church and cemetery. There you can have a talk with the artists and buy a piece at a reasonable price.

Ouss: One of my preferred parque we spend a lot of time with friends of my puppy 🐶

Jean Carlo: Nice place to hang out, the craft fair is great there are tons of things you can buy. You can sit in the grass and have mates, read or just hang out with friends and family. If you feel like it, you can get up afterwards and go to one of the bars in the outside part of the former Buenos Aires design shopping which is closed except for those bars and pubs.

Karol Gawrych: Cool little square, we especially loved the contrast in colors between the orange and green. A good reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding city, well worth a stop over for a picnic and a quick afternoon siesta.

Javier Emanuel Pomponio: Beautiful experience..Plaza Francia. . Nice Place to take relax..for Adults and Family..located in the Middle of Busy City..I really recommend it

Diego Cuenca: Plaza Francia (Spanish: "France Square") is a public square in the barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The nearby Plaza Intendente Alvear is commonly but mistakenly known by the same name. It was created by a Municipal Ordinance on October 19, 1909, as part of the changes introduced in the urban landscape on the occasion of the Argentina Centennial. Designed by French landscape architecture Carlos Thays, it is part of a broad set of squares including Plaza Intendente Alvear, Plaza San Martín de Tours, Plaza Juan XXIII, Plaza Ramón J. Cárcano, Plaza Dante and Plaza Rubén Darío, among others

Matyáš Vavřín: Great for shopping for home. Full of bars on the roof. There’s restaurant with my name, so that means it’s a great place.

Ivan Matoric: Street market from the vans and big queues for fresh vegetables and fruits . So colorful

Stéphanie Mathieu: Some nice things to see but nothing to go crazy for.

Desikan Jayaram: Awesome place to be out there, especially on summer weekends. The place is full of activities and so full of energy.

Buenos Aires is a city full of surprises and one of them is the second hand flea markets. Every weekend, locals and tourists alike can find a variety of items, from vintage clothing to antiques, at these markets.

The most popular flea market in Buenos Aires is the San Telmo Market, located in the San Telmo neighborhood. This market is open every Sunday and is a great place to find unique items. You can find everything from vintage clothing to antiques, furniture, jewelry, art, and more. It's also a great place to find local food and drinks.

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If you're looking for a unique shopping experience, then the second hand flea markets in Buenos Aires are the perfect place to go. With a variety of items to choose from, you're sure to find something special. Thanks to the research work of Adrián Zapata and many other local guides from Buenos Aires, For Buenos Aires Lovers can offer you the best information about these markets.