Abasto Shopping Mall, Buenos Aires
Abasto de Buenos Aires Shopping is one of the buildings with more history of the city, that of the Market of Abasto, main supplier of fruits and vegetables of the Buenos Aires of ends of last century.
Is the largest commercial center of the Capital with 120.000 m2, four levels with more than 186 commercial localities, parking with 1200 garages covers, 12 movie theaters, 1 park of diversions with capacity for 6.000 persons for hour, the Plaza of the Zorzal, a plaza covered and the "Museum of the Children", the unique one in its type in every Latin America.
Abasto de Buenos Aires is more than a Commercial Center. Is the true motor of the renaissance of one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Buenos Aires.
What to buy: Clothes, Shoes, etc....
What to pay: Cheaper than others Shoppings
One of the best shopings centre in buenos aires ...quite further from the Florida str or the downtown because its going up Corrientes boulevard at least for 25 blocks or 2.5 km from 9 de Julio Avenue ..once inside its a gorgeous architectural style and crowded by trendy clothes shops ....cinemas and place to relax and drink something...but the main activity there is getting Euros, pounds or Dollars be crazy buying all kind of stuff thanks to the low prices of everything !!
National brands are really good and so cheap and international ones maybe 60 or 70 % cheaper than in Europe !!
What to buy: men and women clothes
What to pay: not much really .... a quicksilver t shirt could cost in europe around 60 euros ..so expect to pay just 12 or 15 there !!!!!!
It's the biggest shopping mall in Capital Federal! it was opened as a shopping mall in 1999 !
the original building was the " City fruits and vegetables market provider" and it was built at the end of the 19th century!
You'll find differents stores for everyone in the family! books stores, men's clothes, women's clothes, computer and electronic, gifts, music, bath and beauty, children's clothes, shoes, toys and games, sports stores.
There are a Cinema complex, fast food restaurants, A Children's museum and "neverland" (games for kids)
What to buy: You should buy women, men or child clothes!
You can buy really cheap Cd's, Dvd's and books!
What to pay: men t-shirt from $arg 80.00, women t-shirt from $arg 40, child t-shirts from $arg 30.00
women shoes from $arg 160.00
women jeans from $arg 200.00
women underwear from $arg 60.00
books from $arg 15.00
cd's from $arg 35.00
dvd's from $arg 20.00
Originally designed and built to house the city's wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the late 1890's, it was renovated to be a multi-level shopping mall in 1999. It houses a 12 screen movie theater, an indoor amusement park for small children and, of course, a food court.
The stores here are more for middle-class local residents, not tourists. It is not near as upscale as Gallerias Pacifico. For a tourist this is more about seeing the building itself and the architecture than the merchandise.
The Shopping Center is one of the largest in Buenos Aires.
The Art Deco building was converted into a mall in 1998 with several levels of shopping, aimed at the middle and upper-middle class
It's a great place to bring kids, with its extensive food court, enormous arcades with video games, and especially the very fun Museo de Los Ninos, located in the food court
As Abasto was one of Buenos Aires's main Jewish neighborhoods, you'll also find the only kosher McDonald's in the world outside of Israel.
There is also a large cinema complex here. The food court and cinemas here are open later than 10pm.
What to buy: Everything from apparels to appliances
What to pay: You can spend as much as you can, depends on your budget
There is a big shopping mall in the Abasto district, and you'll find pretty much anything there that you'd expect in a mall, including a movie theatre. It also has high-fashion designer boutiques (such as Yves St. Laurent and Christian Dior). The food court is also huge, and has a Kosher McDonald's (the only one outside of Israel).
The building used to be a fruit/vegetable market (since the late 1800s), but has been converted into a mall in recent decades. The interior is decorated in the Art Deco style (especially the ceilings).
What to buy: Anything you want! I bought a top from Cuesta Blanca and ice cream from the food court.
The largest (according to their own brochures) mall also probably has the largest food court, complete with ferris wheel, in Buenos Aires.