This is an advice to all travellers, whenever you are walking downtown, especially at Calle Florida, be very careful. If you're stopping out at Corrientes and Florida, at the front of Burger King,... more
Inside Galerias Pacifico you have the "Centro Cultural Borges" a cultural center.
It's worth entering Galerias Pacifico to see the ceilings!
Dentro de las Galerias Pacificos esta el Centro Cultural... more
I was recomended by local friends to this excellent leather shop in Buenos Aires. We made an appointment with Henry to his cell (116 365 1602) and went to there private showroom in Recoleta. After... more
The Alto Palermo shopping center is a very modern mall in the Palermo neighborhood. It is a very short taxi ride from downtown or Recoleta. From my apartment it was less than $4 pesos.
The mall is at... more
Opened in 1988, decorated in and elegant and classical style, it is located in the vicinity of embassies, theatres and prestigious hotels. It houses 80 shops, a food hall with capacity for up to 800... more
In my opinion the best mall in the city.
Located 30 minutes from downtown Buenos Aires, Unicenter hosts all the most well known brands around the world as well as a 14 theatre complex and probably... more
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.... more
Every book lover has his favourite bookshop. For me, the majestic and stunning El Ateneo is the most beautiful bookshop I've ever seen. It's one of the best bookshops in the city and the biggest of... more
To get an idea of the wealth the powerful families in Buenos Aires possess, head to the 1000 block of Calle Defensa. Every store on this block, including Pallarolls, sells antiques, from crystal lamps... more
Paseo ALcorta is another mall close to downtown, also in the Palermo area, with a good variety of shops (even if it's a little bit smaller than Alto Palermo) This nice thing about this mall is the... more
Just steps away from the abbey of San Benito de Palermo (the "Abadia" of the name), there's this small and charming shopping mall. The recycled building dates from the beginning of the last century... more
This was my third trip to Buenos Aires, and it was different from my prior two trips in so many ways. While I took in many wonderful sights and met a score of new friends, I also saw things that have...
It's so difficult to describe the place where you live. Of course I can mention a list of places to visit, restaurants and must-sees, but still, you wouldn't get it. Every corner, every smell, every...