Port of Fruits Tigre, all the information for you to enjoy this giant market a few kilometers from the center of Buenos Aires.
The Fruit Port is a small pier that is located on the banks of the Luján River, in the town of Tigre, province of Buenos Aires.
It bears this name, since, until the middle of the 20th century, the landing of the fruit production of the Paraná Delta took place here, to be commercialized later in the city.
Over time, stalls with a variety of products multiplied, which did not necessarily include fruits and vegetables, but rather sold accessories of all kinds for home decoration.
At the same time, the number of people who came here to have a day in the open air grew, taking advantage of the offer of so many different items in the same place.
Today, you will find stalls side by side, in addition to the craft fair and shops selling furniture and household items.
Here, you will see many works in wood, wicker, reed, pine and steel, as well as beautiful interior decoration houses with everything you can imagine and more! But not only will you find a variety of items, but there are also many gastronomy stalls and regional products to delight your palate!
Yes, without a doubt, it is the ideal place for you to spend a whole day outdoors, walking, enjoying the River and a delicious meal that accompanies that moment of relaxation and nature.
This site began its operation in 1938, until today. Thousands of people visit this place daily, since it opens every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The only dates it remains closed are December 25 and January 1. On rainy days, it is also open to the public. To keep in mind, is that during the week you will find fewer open positions than the weekend.