Speciality Shops in Buenos Aires

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Gift & Speciality Shops in Buenos Aires

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  • averastravels
    New York City, NY63 contributions
    Most beautiful bookstore!
    A must-do in Buenos Aires. This former theater is a work of art starting with the painted ceiling, most beautiful bookstore I've ever visited. The ability to purchase great books is an added benefit.
    Written 27 April 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Genowaldo
    Budapest, Hungary2 contributions
    Great variety of Argentinian dulce de leches, very nice service! I highly recommend. There are promotions when you buy bundles.
    Written 27 November 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • ASU_DrK
    Phoenix, AZ353 contributions
    The store has a nice selection of various types of dulce de leche products. The prices aren't bad. I bought a few mini jars to stick in my carry on, as well as some dulce candies (which are very soft and chewy...quite good). Would definitely return on my next B.A. trip.
    Written 17 December 2018
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  • Dido C
    London, UK29 contributions
    As many types and flavours of dulce de leche that you can dream of in this one stop shop. I bought several for friends and have one for myself at home. However i have no idea how to open the package! Can you help please?
    Thank you
    Diana
    Written 18 March 2020
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  • Robert P
    2 contributions
    Silvia and her family are wonderfully friendly! They make you feel perfectly at home almost instantaneously. Great selection, great quality. Silvia is a true tailor. Absolutely recommended. She tailored my first leather jacket and even served as a matchmaker for this single guy! She’s something else!
    Written 13 May 2022
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  • Paul L
    13 contributions
    A great shopping mall. There is plenty of things to do and see. A branch of Falabella, a department store; Yenny, music and books, with an incredible variety of offers that no other branch has. There is also a supermarket on the ground floor. The cinemas have 3D and 4D screens, and the food court displays a wide choice of cuisine, from local "asado" to Chinese and vegan. Unmissable.
    Written 12 December 2017
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  • Ricfeliu
    24 contributions
    Although it is considerably more expensive than the average, the clothes and articles are of very good quality and the place is a work of art in itself. worth the trip
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • graleruiz
    Buenos Aires, Argentina6 contributions
    I allways describe this place as a quiet place to read and find whatever author you are looking for.
    Written 20 May 2018
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  • Jenna
    462 contributions
    This flee market’s in Recolecta every Saturday. I went here after visiting the Bellas Artes Museum to avoid the heat. There were so many things on sale, though I thought the one I went to in Cordoba have more creative handcraft products?
    Written 15 March 2020
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  • Gloria T
    Santiago, Chile49 contributions
    This nice shopping mall offers a variety of interesting stores. India style was a surprise to me as well as Rouge.
    Written 5 June 2019
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  • Ch4mpi
    Bombinhas, SC46 contributions
    I was thinking and there is nothing that worth going there. You have other options. is dificult to acces there by bus. the área is not quite safe as well.
    Written 10 January 2015
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  • AlpinerHut
    Chantilly, VA1,226 contributions
    True story. On a Saturday, we decided to walk from busy Plaza de Mayo to our hotel, Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center. We started north on Calle San Martin, which looked like the shortest route. Soon we noticed that no stores or offices were open and the only people on the street appeared to be vagrants. Uneasy, we began walking faster. Coming across Galerias Pacifico, we entered the comfort and safety of a major shopping mall (see my review, “One of Buenos Aires’ nicest”). Later, we exited onto Calle Florida, not Calle San Martin, and — viola! — shops galore and people everywhere.

    What a difference a block makes!

    You can find just about everything in the stores along this pedestrians-only shopping street or among the vendors on the street itself. (Except what we were looking for, a woman’s swimsuit, but we did finally find two stores that had them.)

    What I’ll remember most, though, is the money-changers. You can’t walk 10 steps without someone shouting “Cambio!” at you.
    Written 24 March 2020
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  • Byron W
    Long Beach, California12 contributions
    Juan is a very nice store owner and loves to sell Argentina's best wines. I love the conversations we have about wine & all things Argentina.
    Written 1 November 2019
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  • SunshineGirl2929
    Newport Beach, CA2,195 contributions
    As a foodie, I love visiting local markets in foreign cities, and I usually find them very interesting. This market was exceptional. Everything, especially the beef and pork, looked super fresh. The butchers appeared to sincerely enjoy and take price their jobs. This is working market, they don’t just sell their goods, but we watched butchers making Milanese, pounding and breading meat by hand. We also saw sausage making.

    The fruits and veggies were also super fresh looking – full of vibrant colors. We saw some produce we had never seen before, like purple bell peppers.

    There was even a stand that sold par-cooked potatoes that were made 10+ ways – fries, diced, sliced, etc.

    Don’t miss the fresh bakery stands. We tried gluten free alfajores – delicious, like they came out of a grandmother’s kitchen.
    Written 26 April 2019
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  • rmiri
    rishon128 contributions
    A large selection of sweets, except the cheap prices, lots of specials prices like buy 2 get 1 free.
    Makes you want to buy, even if you only entered to look.
    good place to buy souvenir for back home
    Written 9 July 2015
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