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Guidebook for San Telmo

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Guidebook for San Telmo

Parks & Nature
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Площадь Майо
s/n Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen
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Parque Lezama This is one of the most beautiful parks in the city, with lovely trees, interesting design and the natural cliff on Paseo Colón Avenue. There is a great deal of well known artists’ works and, on Defensa Street we find the National History Museum with its towers, observatory and gallery with objects from the Viceroyship period and Independence epoch.
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Парк Лесама
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Parque Lezama This is one of the most beautiful parks in the city, with lovely trees, interesting design and the natural cliff on Paseo Colón Avenue. There is a great deal of well known artists’ works and, on Defensa Street we find the National History Museum with its towers, observatory and gallery with objects from the Viceroyship period and Independence epoch.
Shopping
Feria de San Telmo - Defensa street from Av San Juan to Plaza de Mayo. On Sundays, San Telmo’s main drag is closed to traffic and the street is a sea of both locals and tourists browsing craft stalls, waiting at vendors’ carts for freshly squeezed orange juice, poking through the antique glass ornaments on display on Plaza Dorrego, and listening to street performances by myriad music groups.
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San Telmo Antiques Fair
401 Humberto 1º
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Feria de San Telmo - Defensa street from Av San Juan to Plaza de Mayo. On Sundays, San Telmo’s main drag is closed to traffic and the street is a sea of both locals and tourists browsing craft stalls, waiting at vendors’ carts for freshly squeezed orange juice, poking through the antique glass ornaments on display on Plaza Dorrego, and listening to street performances by myriad music groups.
Mercado de San Telmo - Carlos Calvo 495 This market was built in 1897 by Juan Antonio Buschiazzo, the same Italian-born Argentine architect who designed Cementerio de la Recoleta. It occupies the inside of an entire city block, though you wouldn’t be able to tell just by looking at the modest sidewalk entrances. The wrought-iron interior (note the beautiful original ceiling) makes it one of BA’s most atmospheric markets; locals shop here for fresh produce and meat. Peripheral antique stalls offer old treasures. If you like coffee, look for the Coffee Town kiosk.
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Рынок Сан-Тельмо
970 Bolívar
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Mercado de San Telmo - Carlos Calvo 495 This market was built in 1897 by Juan Antonio Buschiazzo, the same Italian-born Argentine architect who designed Cementerio de la Recoleta. It occupies the inside of an entire city block, though you wouldn’t be able to tell just by looking at the modest sidewalk entrances. The wrought-iron interior (note the beautiful original ceiling) makes it one of BA’s most atmospheric markets; locals shop here for fresh produce and meat. Peripheral antique stalls offer old treasures. If you like coffee, look for the Coffee Town kiosk.
Sightseeing
Plaza Dorrego After Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego is the city’s oldest plaza. It dates to the 18th century and was originally a pit stop for caravans bringing supplies into BA from around Argentina. At the turn of the 19th century it became a public square surrounded by colonial buildings that survive to this day. There’s still a wonderful old-time atmosphere here and cafe-restaurants that will definitely take you back in time – if you can ignore the nearby chain coffee shops. Plaza Dorrego is the heart of San Telmo’s famous Sunday feria.
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Plaza Dorrego
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Plaza Dorrego After Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego is the city’s oldest plaza. It dates to the 18th century and was originally a pit stop for caravans bringing supplies into BA from around Argentina. At the turn of the 19th century it became a public square surrounded by colonial buildings that survive to this day. There’s still a wonderful old-time atmosphere here and cafe-restaurants that will definitely take you back in time – if you can ignore the nearby chain coffee shops. Plaza Dorrego is the heart of San Telmo’s famous Sunday feria.
Arts & Culture
Buenos Aires Modern Art Museum (MAMBA) - Avenida San Juan 350 Housed in a former tobacco warehouse, this spacious and newly remodeled museum shows off the works of both national and international contemporary artists. Expect temporary exhibitions showcasing everything from photography to industrial design, and from figurative to conceptual art.
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Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art
350 Av. San Juan
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Buenos Aires Modern Art Museum (MAMBA) - Avenida San Juan 350 Housed in a former tobacco warehouse, this spacious and newly remodeled museum shows off the works of both national and international contemporary artists. Expect temporary exhibitions showcasing everything from photography to industrial design, and from figurative to conceptual art.
Contemporary Arts Museum of Buenos Aires - MACBA - Av. San Juan 328 The MACBA (Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art), is a world class museum that display permanent and temporary collections, as well as host event nights, film showings, and concerts.
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MACBA - Museum of Contemporary Art in Buenos Aires
328 Av. San Juan
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Contemporary Arts Museum of Buenos Aires - MACBA - Av. San Juan 328 The MACBA (Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art), is a world class museum that display permanent and temporary collections, as well as host event nights, film showings, and concerts.
Food Scene
El Federal - Carlos Calvo 599 Dating from 1864, this historical bar is a classic, with original wooden features, black-and-white floor tiles, and an eye-catching antique bar and cash register. The specialties here are sandwiches (especially turkey) and picadas (shared appetizer plates), but there are also lots of pastas, salads, desserts and tall mugs of icy beer.
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The Federal Bar
599 Carlos Calvo
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El Federal - Carlos Calvo 599 Dating from 1864, this historical bar is a classic, with original wooden features, black-and-white floor tiles, and an eye-catching antique bar and cash register. The specialties here are sandwiches (especially turkey) and picadas (shared appetizer plates), but there are also lots of pastas, salads, desserts and tall mugs of icy beer.
Café Rivas - Estados Unidos 302 On a picturesque San Telmo corner looking out onto cobblestone streets is this fabulous restaurant with an immaculate wooden interior that oozes timeless charm. Open all day, it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with a merienda(afternoon tea) menu of sandwiches and pastries in between. The menu focuses on Argentine classics such as pork milanesas (fried breaded cutlets), fish stews and beef steaks. Equally good care is taken with the drinks menu; an excellent selection of teas and coffees, wines and cocktails are served.
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Café Rivas
302 Estados Unidos
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Café Rivas - Estados Unidos 302 On a picturesque San Telmo corner looking out onto cobblestone streets is this fabulous restaurant with an immaculate wooden interior that oozes timeless charm. Open all day, it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with a merienda(afternoon tea) menu of sandwiches and pastries in between. The menu focuses on Argentine classics such as pork milanesas (fried breaded cutlets), fish stews and beef steaks. Equally good care is taken with the drinks menu; an excellent selection of teas and coffees, wines and cocktails are served.
El Desnivel - Defensa 855 This much-loved parilla is surely San Telmo’s worst-kept secret. It’s probably not as cheap as it used to be, and yes, a lot of tourists go there, but this huge, bustling place is always a great experience, so who cares? Despite its size, the service from the entirely male wait-staff is outstanding, and frequently very funny (none of them lack for personality). Pinguinos (little jugs) of the house red are great value.
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Desnivel
855 Defensa
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El Desnivel - Defensa 855 This much-loved parilla is surely San Telmo’s worst-kept secret. It’s probably not as cheap as it used to be, and yes, a lot of tourists go there, but this huge, bustling place is always a great experience, so who cares? Despite its size, the service from the entirely male wait-staff is outstanding, and frequently very funny (none of them lack for personality). Pinguinos (little jugs) of the house red are great value.
Bar Británico - Av. Brasil 399 Perched on the northern edge of Parque Lezama, a leafy green park that separates tourist-friendly San Telmo with the streets of La Boca, Bar Británico is the real deal - a no-frills corner bar with a long history in the neighborhood. The bar is open until 3 AM, meaning it's fit for any time you happen to be in the barrio: cortados and medialunas for breakfast, hearty meat and potatoes at lunch, cake and tea in the afternoon, a glass of the house wine at night. This isn't gourmet fare, mind you, but real food - with prices, and satisfyingly gruff service - to match.
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Bar Britanico
399 Av. Brasil
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Bar Británico - Av. Brasil 399 Perched on the northern edge of Parque Lezama, a leafy green park that separates tourist-friendly San Telmo with the streets of La Boca, Bar Británico is the real deal - a no-frills corner bar with a long history in the neighborhood. The bar is open until 3 AM, meaning it's fit for any time you happen to be in the barrio: cortados and medialunas for breakfast, hearty meat and potatoes at lunch, cake and tea in the afternoon, a glass of the house wine at night. This isn't gourmet fare, mind you, but real food - with prices, and satisfyingly gruff service - to match.
Drinks & Nightlife
Gibraltar - Perú 895 Gibraltar would be unremarkable in England, but in Buenos Aires a decent pub is just the place for when you need a break from steak and wine. Go for an after-work pint (the Antares Scotch is excellent) and stay for the pub food, which includes one of the best green Thai curries you can get in Buenos Aires.
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The Gibraltar
895 Perú
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Gibraltar - Perú 895 Gibraltar would be unremarkable in England, but in Buenos Aires a decent pub is just the place for when you need a break from steak and wine. Go for an after-work pint (the Antares Scotch is excellent) and stay for the pub food, which includes one of the best green Thai curries you can get in Buenos Aires.
Bar Seddon - Defensa 695 Seddon is one of those bars where you come once and you just keep coming, whether it’s the music, the food, the atmosphere, or the people that traps you. As for the service, it’s pleasant and personal. The bar has two stories with plenty of wooden tables and comfortable seats where you can share a bottle of wine and spend hours talking, listening to the bar’s music selection, or enjoy a live musical performance on certain nights of the week.
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Bar Seddon
695 Defensa
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Bar Seddon - Defensa 695 Seddon is one of those bars where you come once and you just keep coming, whether it’s the music, the food, the atmosphere, or the people that traps you. As for the service, it’s pleasant and personal. The bar has two stories with plenty of wooden tables and comfortable seats where you can share a bottle of wine and spend hours talking, listening to the bar’s music selection, or enjoy a live musical performance on certain nights of the week.
Puerta Roja - Chacabuco 733 La Puerta Roja ('the red door', which is all that marks the spot) is a pleasure: a classic, no-nonsense bar. Happy hour on certain spirits and microbrewery beers, and there's a pool table with plenty of space to swing a cue. The menu features cheap, tasty and filling food such as shish kebabs with rice and hummus alongside a range of sandwiches.
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La Puerta Roja
733 Chacabuco
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Puerta Roja - Chacabuco 733 La Puerta Roja ('the red door', which is all that marks the spot) is a pleasure: a classic, no-nonsense bar. Happy hour on certain spirits and microbrewery beers, and there's a pool table with plenty of space to swing a cue. The menu features cheap, tasty and filling food such as shish kebabs with rice and hummus alongside a range of sandwiches.
Antares - Bolívar 491 Real ale-lovers, rejoice: this place is a haven for beer fans craving a proper pint, and those with an adventurous nature that might even let them try something a little different. The food is mostly hearty Bavarian fare, but also includes tapas, tablas de picadas and main courses cooked using the house beers.
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Antares San Telmo
491 Bolívar
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Antares - Bolívar 491 Real ale-lovers, rejoice: this place is a haven for beer fans craving a proper pint, and those with an adventurous nature that might even let them try something a little different. The food is mostly hearty Bavarian fare, but also includes tapas, tablas de picadas and main courses cooked using the house beers.
Bebop Jazz club - Moreno 364 A relative newcomer to the Buenos Aires’ jazz scene, Bebop opened its doors in 2014 and has enjoyed increasing popularity ever since. This 120 seat venue uses shades of red and timber to create a warm and sophisticated feel for its classy clientele. A variety of national and international artists play jazz, pop, blues and funk while the kitchen and bar serve up top notch food and drinks.
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Bebop Club
364 Moreno
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Bebop Jazz club - Moreno 364 A relative newcomer to the Buenos Aires’ jazz scene, Bebop opened its doors in 2014 and has enjoyed increasing popularity ever since. This 120 seat venue uses shades of red and timber to create a warm and sophisticated feel for its classy clientele. A variety of national and international artists play jazz, pop, blues and funk while the kitchen and bar serve up top notch food and drinks.
El Viejo Almacén is one of San Telmo’s most famous tango clubs. While not a bar as such, visitors pay for an entry ticket which includes a meal, drinks and a tango performance on a central stage. Both the food and wine are of excellent quality, but the real stand-out feature of this club is of course the tango performances. The atmosphere is authentic, with the club set inside an historic 1800s building, and with only a small stage for intimate performances, just as tango performances originally were. For a real taste of the classic tango scene of Buenos Aires, El Viejo Almacén is an excellent place to visit.
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El Viejo Almacén Tango Cena Show Buenos Aires
299 Av. Independencia
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El Viejo Almacén is one of San Telmo’s most famous tango clubs. While not a bar as such, visitors pay for an entry ticket which includes a meal, drinks and a tango performance on a central stage. Both the food and wine are of excellent quality, but the real stand-out feature of this club is of course the tango performances. The atmosphere is authentic, with the club set inside an historic 1800s building, and with only a small stage for intimate performances, just as tango performances originally were. For a real taste of the classic tango scene of Buenos Aires, El Viejo Almacén is an excellent place to visit.
Another of San Telmo’s most famous tango clubs, Bar Sur is one of the most exclusive and intimate venues. Bar Sur has more of a traditional bar setting rather than a layout specifically designed for tango dancers and spectators; about a dozen tables sit around the edge of the room with the dancers at the center, performing not on a stage but on the classic black and white tiled floor. There is an entrance fee and food and drink are not included, so it is a slightly different set-up to the all-inclusive shows specifically designed for tourists. For a more authentic vibe, Bar Sur is a great option. Estados Unidos 299, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Bar Sur
299 Estados Unidos
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Another of San Telmo’s most famous tango clubs, Bar Sur is one of the most exclusive and intimate venues. Bar Sur has more of a traditional bar setting rather than a layout specifically designed for tango dancers and spectators; about a dozen tables sit around the edge of the room with the dancers at the center, performing not on a stage but on the classic black and white tiled floor. There is an entrance fee and food and drink are not included, so it is a slightly different set-up to the all-inclusive shows specifically designed for tourists. For a more authentic vibe, Bar Sur is a great option. Estados Unidos 299, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
It calls itself THE “milonga porteña”, consisting of a traditional place where “genuine” tango artists perform, and milonga and tango lessons are offered. The show involves the best musicians and singers in the genre in a café-concert outline, where dinner is available, as well as a variety of drinks or wine. It is on stage every day and, when it is over, the milonga starts and goes on until dawn. However, the most popular day for this milonga is Sunday at 10 pm, where an informal atmosphere is created by the convergence of experts and novices, old and young.
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Torquato Tasso
1575 Defensa
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It calls itself THE “milonga porteña”, consisting of a traditional place where “genuine” tango artists perform, and milonga and tango lessons are offered. The show involves the best musicians and singers in the genre in a café-concert outline, where dinner is available, as well as a variety of drinks or wine. It is on stage every day and, when it is over, the milonga starts and goes on until dawn. However, the most popular day for this milonga is Sunday at 10 pm, where an informal atmosphere is created by the convergence of experts and novices, old and young.