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Shopping In Buenos Aires

Florida Street in downtown has been a pedestrian street for decades.  A one kilometer long street attracts the locals and tourists alike for their shopping needs. Two shopping arcades Galerias Boston and Galeria Guemes have been satisfying shoppers since 1914. You can get items of daily needs and books and clothing. The street has several café to boost your energy to shop.

Recoleta is an upscale neighborhood and therefore shopping here can be pricey especially the luxury shops. You can find shops of all the major brands of the world and leather goods shops in this area.

San Telmo is the place to go if you are looking for antiques. Make it a point to visit on Sunday when the street is closed and all kinds of shops are put up on the street.

Palermo Soho is a trendy part of the city and you can find just about anything that you want within a few blocks.

Abasto de Buenos Aires is the biggest shopping mall in the city. Located at Avenida Corrientes it has over 170 shops and a movie theatre. It was a fruit market that has been converted into a mall and is open since 1999. The mall houses several restaurants and fast food chains.  

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