Shopping in Buenos Aires

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Abasto Shopping center/Alto Palermo

Description: This shopping center is large, fancy, and upscale. It has hundreds of shops displaying leather goods, clothing, sportswear and accessories, to international clothes brands like Lacroix and Dior. There are also many little restaurants and fast food places if you want to take a break from a long day of shopping and dine out. If one of your shopping partners is bored, there is a cinema complex located there so you can check out the latest flicks.
Open: Every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: Corrientes and Anchorena, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
How to Reach: Subway line D, Abasto station.
Telephone: 5411 5777-6500

Galerias Pacificos

Description: This is the shopping center where most tourists and locals go due to its large variety of shops and its central location. It is situated on one of the most important streets of Buenos Aires, Calle Florida. The shopping mall is quite classy and the high ceilings are beautifully painted by famous Argentinean artists. From Friday to Sunday there are free tango shows to watch starting at 8 p.m.
Open: Mon-Sat from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m, Sun from noon to 9 p.m.
Address: Corner of Calle Florida and Avenida Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
How to Reach: Subway line B, Florida Station.
Telephone: 5411 5555-5110


Description: This shopping center is said to be the largest in Latin America. It has hundreds of shops, both the more expensive ones and the cheaper ones. The mall is approximately 1 hour outside the city center of Buenos Aires. At the San Martin there is a free tour bus that leaves daily to bring tourists to this mall. It leaves at noon and returns around 6 p.m. A definite advantage is that you receive a free, three course welcome lunch. You will need the fuel for a full day of shopping. This shopping center has also a huge cinema complex and many eateries.
Open: Every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: Parana and Panamericana, Martinez, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
How to Reach: By a free bus tour leaving from the San Martin square.
Telephone: 5411 4733-1166

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