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April 20, 2014
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San Telmo :

This neighborhood in the south of the city still has the traditional look with its colonial houses and cobblestone streets, old churches, museums, antique shops and the Sunday market of antiques in Plaza Dorrego; it is an ideal place to have a peaceful walk.

La Boca :

Since the second part of 19th Century the neighborhood grew around the first Buenos Aires natural port.
A large number of immigrants inhabited the area, mostly Italian that gave the zone its peculiar appearance. Today is one of the quaintest neighborhoods in the city and the center of artistic activities.

Time to allot
Four hours will be enough, including a stop in a Café

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