Flea Market Buenos Aires, a space open to the public where you will find everything you can imagine and much more!
Located in the neighborhood of Colegiales, bordering Palermo Hollywood, is this giant property. In this note, we tell you everything you can do in Colegiales!
It is an area full of stalls and stores with items from different items, all in one place.
It was inaugurated in 1988, in Dorrego and Niceto Vega, where it worked 18 years in a row, but in 2005 it had to move to the property that we currently know in Álvarez Thomas and Dorrego streets due to security issues.
Here you can find endless decoration items, antiques, crockery from all eras, armchairs, paintings, mirrors, trunks, recycled furniture, desks, wardrobes, bookcases and everything you can imagine related to decoration.
In addition, you can find restoration services of all kinds, such as luster of parts, polishing and gluing furniture.
The ideal is to go with enough time to go through it in its entirety, and, being in a central area and close to Palermo, you will be able to move wherever you want with ease.
It has a gastronomic space, so it is still an ideal plan to spend, even, half a day here. It is a beautiful walk to do at any time of the year and it does not matter if it rains, because it is all covered!
It opens from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (On Sundays it usually closes an hour earlier).
Given the conditions of COVID-19, the current protocols indicate the use of the mandatory mask, in addition to a maximum capacity of 200 attendees. Inside the place, there are signs with arrows on the floor indicating the direction of circulation inside the property.