El Gato Negro
This is one of the traditional stores in Buenos Aires, you can find spices, tea, coffee and to enjoy music of quality.
At the moment it has become in a place with live music, but it continues being a traditional market.
Corrientes 1669, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
+ 54 11 43741730.
Patio Bullrich Shopping Center
The Shopping Bullrich Center presents an elegant and classic style, it is located near embassies, theaters and noted hotels. It has 80 stores, it counts with a floor of meals with the capacity for 800 persons, parking with a space for about 200 vehicles and a leisure center that it includes 6 cinema halls.
It is a perfect place to go shopping or simply to pass the while.
Avenue Del Liberator 740, Federal Capital, 1125.
+54 11 48147400.
Nearer station of Bus: 124, 110, 62, 92, 67.
It is located on the Avenida Florida, it has guided visits to be able to discover the history of the building.
Monday to Friday: 10.00 to 21.00 Hrs.
Sunday: 12.00 to 21.00 Hrs.
Schedules to guided visits:
Monday to Saturday: 11.30 and 16.30 Hrs.
Sundays: 13.00 and 16.30 Hrs. (in Central Dome).
Martín Churba y Yessica Trosman
These are the two more creative Argentinean designers, their collections are unique and exclusive.
What really emphasized more is that the articles are totally done by hand. Their designs are much more inspired for women of 15 to 40 years.
They have unique dresses that with a single change of accessories can be used in the day as at night. They use strident colors and classic frequently characteristics and the most tradicional fashionable.
The clothes that they make are really a true work of art, they create their own fashion and they do not follow that established mass.
Armenian 1998, Federal Capital, 1289.
+54 11 48565288.
Station of Bus:
110, 57, 36, 152.
It is a splendid building where was Abasto market, the most important and popular market of Buenos Aires. It is an historic zone, was directly related with Carlos Gradel memory and the tango. The shopping has attractions like cinema, clothes store, entertainment for children and food courts.
Corrientes Avenue 3200
24,26,29,41,61,62,64,71,99,101,115,124,132,146,155,168 and 188.
Alto Palermo Shopping
It is one of the preferred shopping for young people, because there are a wide range of brand clothes, both international and Argentinean ones. It is a five-storey building, in the upper floor there are food courts, restaurants, bars, ice-cream parlors, pizzerias, a two-screen cinema and plays for children.
Monday to Friday, Saturday from 10 to 1am
Santa Fé Avenue 253
12, 15, 39, 39, 64, 68, 92, 111,128 and 152
Buenos Aires Design
It is located in the former Recoleta Convent, its architecture design and decoration is the best reference. It is the most important and exclusive in decoration of South America. Outside there are some sophisticated restaurants.
It is the first mall dedicated to design and decoration. In the ground floor there are stores that offer the best products. In the first floor there is a terrace where people can taste delicious dishes, enjoying panoramic views to Recoleta.
Monday to Friday from11:00 to 21:00
Saturday: from 10:00 to 21:00
Sundays: from 12:00 to 21:00
61, 62, 67, 92, 93, 102, 124,130
The shopping is located in Palermo Chico, the zone has wonderful landscape and is rich in architecture design. It has different gastronomic offers, brand name stores. It is a four-storey building and is located close to Malaba museum.
Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00
Sunday to Thusrday from 10:00 to 24:00hrs,
Salguero Avenue and Figueroa Alcorta
Places where to buy
In the town, there are several places to take a walk buying at the same time:
Santa Fé Avenue is very crowded by tourist because there are entertainment places, restaurants, candy stores, movies, pubs, bookshops, and clothing and shoe stores for adults and children.
Another place is Florida Street, which characterizes because there are some places to buy products for tourist like shoes and Argentinean leathers.
Alvear and Quintana avenues are frequently visited by young people. The night life is very popular because there are pubs, bars, and discotheques; clothing stores and the best of jewels stores too.
An interesting shopping option in Buenos Aires city are the outlets, business that offer season discounts in clothing items, they’re grouped around Córdoba avenue, from Scalabrini Ortiz till Godoy Cruz.
To buy in this business its necessary time to look because some of the clothing items might have some fabric defects or simply certain sizes are limited.
Plaza Intendente Alvear Artisan Fair
The fair of the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood it is situated in the square that surrounds the traditional Recoleta Cemetery and cultural center. It belongs to the system of artisans fairs integrated and created under Law Nº 46.075/92 of Buenos Aires city la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
The activity was declared of "Municipal Interest" by the same law, giving to the fair faculties of "Cultural Extension", allowing the artisan culture diffusion through conferences, workshops, exhibitions, and specialized speeches.
The fair is open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays and holydays since 10:00
In the almost 150 stores you will find the most diverse handcraft items like: bijouterie, setter purses, wood and ceramic accessories, odorous smoke, to name some and a huge variety of presents and handmade products, being the fairs into one of the preferred alternatives for tourists shopping’s
Plaza Francia Artisan Fair
In Recoleta neighborhood, and surrounded by lush trees and bushes in a sloping ground, and lullaby by the Exchange of phrases in diverse codes, is situated the Plaza Francia Artisan Fair, since 30 years ago.
When you visit Buenos Aires city enjoy the visit to this particular place resides the design and identity you will be in contact with the ideas and manifestations of the Porteña culture and the direct exchange with the artisan.
Each weekend we invite you to participate of this encounter with culture and artisans, it is open on weekends and holidays since 11:00 to 20:00.
A traditionally Jewish neighborhood Once has lost some of the businesses, synagogues and cafes as the neighborhood has become more diverse. Today the barrio is the city's garment district, where colorful fabrics are made, traded and sold everyday of the week.
This area is characterized by the numerous businesses with offers and discounts that gather several commercial areas. Its name comes from the Train Station located in the center of this area, the name of the terminal is September 11, date that commemorates the separations of Buenos Aires from the rest of Argentina.
Once characterized also by the presence of the Jewish collectivity, that owns several stores of the area.
Once is located in the Balvanera neighborhood along with Congreso and Abasto. It inhabits the zone around Corrientes Avenue.
Once in Buenos Aires is the neighborhood by excellence to make wholesale shopping’s. It us visited by tourist and nationals from all over the country and limit countries to buy cheap products. Other also visits these areas to find cheap prices also in retails shopping. In this commercial world you can find everything you just need to have time and walk for all this area.
To get there you just need to take a bus among them 64, 168, 151.