As usual, the fair Caminos y Sabores returns at La Rural also this year. For those who have never attended, it is a fair showcasing mainly national produce (75%), plus some artisanal goods made of wood, wool or leather (20%) and generic touristic booths (5%).
- Food: dulce de leche, alfajores, marmalade, honey, dulces en almibar, cheese, cured meat, wine, spirits, beer, algae (yes! from Patagonia), cured fish, oil, olives, mate, spices
- Products: artisanal beauty products, decorations, clothing
- Tourism booths: usually the province of Salta, LA Rioja, Tucumán, Buenos Aires have touristic booths with handouts.
For now, only the dates have been announced, but it usually has an entry fee, free samplings inside (if you make it to the booths) and various discount options on the admission (such as with certain cable providers, if subscribed to main newspaper, or if elder).
The first day is a Thursday afternoon, and it is quieter. On Friday it start getting buzzing, and in the weekend is quite impossible to reach the booths during peak hours (from 1PM to 7PM). Will post more as soon as info are made public.