The San Telmo, named after the Saint Pedro Gonzalez Telmo is a community block in the city of Buenos Aires. The beautiful cobblestone streets of this place give it a very laidback and rustic feel. This place is famous for the shops selling antiques, the quaint little cafes and the tango parlors of Buenos Aires. The Church of San Telmo and the Feria de Antiquedades are two of the most well-known structures in this block.
The place is also famous due to the colonial structures and cafes which a remnants of a bygone era. The streets often come alive with street performances that are definitely a unique experience. San Telmo is sure to transport you into a very different world and get you in touch with the Argentinian culture in an instant. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Buenos Aires itinerary 7 days.
- The most featured collections of imagery includes the Defensa Street painting of the neighbourhood distribution, the museum of modern art, along with the Russian orthodox cathedral and the Nuestra Senora de Belen Church.
- San Telmo
- Cafe San Juan
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92.46% of people who visit Buenos Aires include San Telmo in their plan
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45.39% of people start their San Telmo visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see San Telmo
92.94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting San Telmo