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Buenos Aires offers many options for those of you interested in taking your own shopping tour, and visiting local galleries, businesses, commercial centers, and outlets (for those looking to find a …

Buenos Aires offers many options for those of you interested in taking your own shopping tour, and visiting local galleries, businesses, commercial centers, and outlets (for those looking to find a good bargain).

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  • 1. www.ba-h.com.arShopping Tour in Buenos Aires | Shopping Centers, Malls and Outlets inBuenos AiresBuenos Aires offers many options for those of you interested in taking your own shoppingtour, and visiting local galleries, businesses, commercial centers, and outlets (for those lookingto find a good bargain).+ Shopping or Commercial Centers in Buenos AiresShopping centers are varied, abundant, and very good. Buenos Aires has many shops andbusinesses where you will find the best brands, food courts and sometimes cinemas. Thecenters let you compare prices and buy everything you are looking for in the same place, fromclothes for the whole family, books, perfume, CDs, DVDs. Argentina is zone 5 so be careful thatthe DVDs you buy will play in zone 1 (US) or zone 2 (EU). You will find the latest technology(cameras, notebooks, etc.). Shopping centers offer the best option for a total excursion:shopping, a movie, a place to have a cup of coffee or a complete meal. You can often findspecial offers or exclusive discounts.If you are in Buenos Aires when the weather is hot, you can take advantage of the powerful airconditioning units installed in the malls cool off on a hot summer afternoon.  Shopping Paseo Alcorta The Paseo Alcorta shopping center is only meters away from MALBA (el Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, a new museum that opened in 2001). Elegant and exclusive, the Paseo Alcorta is located in Palermo, a neighborhood that borders on the Recoleta neighborhood, in one of Buenos Aires’ most attractive areas. Paseo Alcorta offers the option of Tax Free. Visitors who spend more than $70 on products made in Argentina can be reimbursed for the IVA (Value Added Tax). All the best known brands and designers are congregated in the same place. Paseo Alcorta has 2 cinemas, a food court with cafés and exclusive restaurants - even a supermarket. + Phone #: 5777-6500 and 5777-6678 + Address: Figueroa Alcorta Avenue and 3172 Jerónimo Salguero St.. Palermo. + Getting there: Bus lines: 67 - 102 - 130. + Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm. + Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Palermo Buenos Aires, Apartments in Palermo, Bed & Breakfast in Palermo, Hostels in Recoleta and Apartments in Recoleta.
  • 2. www.ba-h.com.ar Alto Palermo Shopping Alto Palermo is the most frequented shopping center, thanks to its entrances on two important avenues, Santa Fe and Coronel Díaz. Also, it is located in Palermo, one of the most picturesque and preferred neighborhood of both porteños (people who live in Buenos Aires) and tourists. Alto Palermo is the preferred Buenos Aires destination for shopping and enjoying a family outing. Although it is not one of the largest shopping centers,
  • 3. www.ba-h.com.ar it has an agreeable and audacious design. There you will find all the best-known national and international brands as well as a food court that can serve up to 700 guests. On Christmas Eve you will find huge discounts and you can shop until dawn. + Phone #: 5777-8000 + Address: 3253 Santa Fe Avenue. Palermo. + Getting there: Bus lines: 12, 15, 29, 34, 35, 39, 55, 56, 64, 68, 110, 111, 141, 152 y 194. Subway Linea D: Bulnes Station. + Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm. + Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Palermo Buenos Aires, Apartments in Palermo and Bed & Breakfast in Palermo. Abasto Shopping From 1893 to 1984, the Abasto Market was the place to buy wholesale fruit and vegetables. The Abasto neighborhood is also famous as the home of Argentina’s most famous tango singer, Carlos Gardel. Its fabulous Art Deco design makes it a favorite of tourists. You can reach it by taking the B metro. You will find more than 250 shops, a huge food court that can serve 1500 people, 12 cinemas, and even an amusement park. The Abasto Market’s transformation resulted in the transformation and growth of the whole Abasto neighborhood. If you stroll around outside, you will find stores selling articles related to the tango and milonga dances, hotels and hostels, theaters and gathering places where you can listen to Argentine and South American folklore.
  • 4. www.ba-h.com.ar+ Phone #: 5777-6500 and 5777-6678+ Address: 3247 Corrientes Avenue. Abasto.+ Getting there: Bus lines: 24, 26, 29, 41, 62, 68, 68, 99, 110, 115, 118, 124, 132,145, 168, 188. Subway Line B: Carlos Gardel Station.+ Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm.
  • 5. www.ba-h.com.ar Patio Bullrich Located in La Recoleta, one of Buenos Aires’ most beautiful and refined neighborhoods, the Patio Bullrich is a jewel surrounded by elegant hotels and embassies, theaters, museums, and historic sites. Constructed in the Bullrich family’s building, it has maintained its nobility and neoclassical architecture and is a magnet for those who have no budget restraints. If you visit the Recoleta neighborhood, be sure to walk around the Patio Bullrich, with its 6 cinemas, international level restaurants, cafés, and fast food. Expect to find higher prices than in other neighborhoods. + Phone #: 4814-7400 and 4814-7500 + Address: 750 Libertador Avenue and 1245 Posadas St.. La Recoleta. + Getting there: Bus lines: 62, 67, 92, 93, 110, 124, 130. + Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm. + Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Recoleta and Apartments in Recoleta. Recoleta Mall Facing the famous Recoleta Cemetery, Recoleta Mall is the newest shopping center in Buenos Aires. Recoleta is a lively zone, day and night. The Recoleta Mall has an agreeable and comfortable design, an ideal location and 75 shops, 10 restaurants and 10 cinemas. On weekends you will find street artists at its entrance. + Address: Vicente López St. and Junín St.. Recoleta. + Getting there: Bus lines: 17, 61, 62, 67, 92, 93, 110.
  • 6. www.ba-h.com.ar + Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm. + Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Recoleta and Apartments in Recoleta. Galerías Pacífico The undeniable beauty of this building has led to its being declared a National Historic Monument. Its center cupola is magnificent, fashioned by Argentina’s most renowned artists: Berni, Castagnino, Colmeiro, Spilimbergo and Urruchúa. The indoor murals are world famous. The Gallery covers 11,000 square meters and houses 150 shops. At lunch time over 8,000 people gather to choose among the 18 different kinds of food. + Phone #: 5555-5110 + Address: Florida Avenue and Córdoba Avenue. Downtown. + Getting there: Bus lines: 6, 22, 23, 26, 28, 33, 45, 50, 56, 61, 62, 74, 91, 93, 99, 109, 115, 126, 130, 140, 143, 152, 195. Subway line B: Florida Station and Subway Line C: Lavalle Station. + Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm. Sunday 12 am to 9 pm. + Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Downtown Buenos Aires, Apartments in Downtown BA and Bed and Breakfast in Downtown.
  • 7. www.ba-h.com.ar+ Calle FloridaIn the city center, or downtown, Florida is a pedestrian street, the most commercialand lively in Buenos Aires. Nearly a million people, employees and tourists, walk fromone end to the other each day, gazing and shopping. Florida’s variety can beoverwhelming: large stores like Falabella, well-known bookstores, shops selling leathergoods, computer centers, sportswear stores, casual clothing stores, souvenir shops.And the prices are good.+ Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Downtown Buenos Aires, Apartments inDowntown BA and Bed and Breakfast in Downtown.
  • 8. www.ba-h.com.ar+ Palermo SohoPalermo Soho has a great variety of shops offering original products made byindependent designers. You will find all kinds of clothing, shoes, decorative objects andeven sophisticated modern furniture.+ Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Palermo Buenos Aires, Apartments inPalermo and Bed & Breakfast in Palermo.
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  • 10. www.ba-h.com.ar+ OutletsThey are the best option for buying well without breaking the budget. We recommendtaking advantage of the local businesses found in the outlet zone of Córdoba Avenueand Aguirre Street. You will have many and varied options: well-known brands ofclothing and shoes at excellent prices, on-sale articles, and discontinued items hugelydiscounted. You will find top quality and lesser quality articles, so take advantage ofthe opportunities and the special of the day.+ Address: Córdoba Avenue from 4400 to 4800, Palermo. Aguirre Street from 600 to900, Palermo.+ Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm.+ Accommodation in the area: Hostels in Palermo Buenos Aires, Apartments inPalermo and Bed & Breakfast in Palermo.• Source: Buenos Aires Hostels + www.ba-h.com.ar the principal reference for Hostels inBuenos Aires. The website was created in 1999 and offers an ample selection of hostels,apartments, bed and breakfasts, and university residences in the principal Buenos Airesneighborhoods: Palermo, Recoleta, Barrio Norte, Belgrano, San Telmo, La Boca, etc.