With your guide you will start your visit with the ancient market of San Telmo,wheregastronomy and antique shops combine with modern tourist proposals. We then head to Dorrego Square, in the heart of the neighborhood, with its traditional fair where collectors gather every Sunday and the atmosphere makes us travel to the Buenos Aires of yesteryear. To the rhythm of the bandoneon in one of the most tangueros neighborhoods of the city, we will pass through the Ezeiza passage, former convent where lived a large number of immigrants in conditions so special that they forged customs and artistic expressions of their own. We will visit the “pulperia” Quilapán, which recreates the atmosphere of an old shop specific to the Pampas region. The figure of the gaucho and its folklore are present through the decoration. You will end your visit in the famous Lezama Park where the first settlement of the Rio de la Plata would have been installed in 1536.