Topic: Flea Markets
Flea Markets in Buenos Aires and other parts of the City: Part 1
Tren de la Costa, Barrancas, San Isidro.
The COAST TRAIN -Tren de la Costa- is a railway that runs in the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires a couple of meters away from the River Plate shore, hence the name. Departuring from Olivos main station, there are 11 stops before arriving to the River Plate Delta in Tigre. The Journey is gorgeous and interesting for it tours around an outstanding upperclass area of Buenos Aires filled with trees, beautiful mansions great landscaping.
At the Barrancas station of the train more precisely at 700 Solis St in the neighborhood of Acassuso, is the Train's antiques fair taking place every Saturday, Sunday and Holiday from 10 am to 5 pm. With a broad option of choices ranging from antique furniture to paintings, sculptures, collectibles, antique books and all sorts of scholar items -to name a few of the options- this outdoor market has become an established spot for the antique and art dealers, intrepid collectors as well as for curious passer bys during their weekend stroll by the river.
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The fair features over 70 booths featuring all sorts of rare and interesting items from sulky carriages to warlike object from World War I, and old silver platter or a delicate Limoges chinaware, an ancient clock or a state-of-the-art telephone, everything can be found during a visit to this open air market.
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