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For some place called a fruit market I saw only 3 vendors with produce. Tons of restaurants super busy on a sunny day. Most vendors had cheesey souvenirs. Some had local wood crafts which was nice. A bit disappointing.
Great spot to walk and wander by the water at Tigre at the Parana delta. Check out the puerto de frutos with its many different little shops and museums to see. Unfortunately, since we went in August which is wintertime in the southern hemisphere, the...More
The market is getting bigger and extends outside the property itself through the adjacent streets. On weekends it is packed with people. In this opportunity I did not make any purchase and the crowds of people was overwhelming. I do not know if I recommend...More
The area gives you an opportunity to see some of the best handicrafts from the region. Originally an area where you can only buy fruits (where it’s name came from) it’s now an area with tons of stalls where you can buy authentic souvenirs from...More
The hype on this place made us think we were going to find some arts, crafts and goods by real artisans. Not so here. Most of the goods (manufactured in ??) for sale were the exact same from booth to booth.
You can find...More
I absolutely love markets and went to tigre especially for puerto de frutos.
It says everywhere online that it is an "artesans market"- this cannot be farther from the reality.
Its a rather big market, true. But 95% of the stands are just cheap stuff...More
We visited fur about twenty minutes walking around the Peurto with about a quarter of the ship's opened if that. Vendors weren't particularly welcoming to us as we went to inspect a leather belt and whether genuine and locally made or from China. But we...More