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Avenida Santa Fe, Buenos Aires

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Browse the stores of Avenida Santa Fe, the main shopping avenue in Buenos Aires. Strolling the boulevard you might think you're in Paris, judging from the French-inspired architecture and haute couture. Window shop or browse at the numerous boutiques, shops, and malls, or visit the large bookstore along the way. If you get tired of walking the busy street, pop into one of the many cafes and take in the lively atmosphere with a refreshing drink. By using our Buenos Aires itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Avenida Santa Fe and other attractions in Buenos Aires.
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  • This Avenue was incredibly born partly around 1580 at the hands of Juan de Garay. Currently born in Florida Street in front of the plaza San Martin and ends at Carranza viaduct, where he continues with the name of Cabildo. It is a major, not to say, after 9 de julio, buenos aires Avenue, nucleating important business of fashion and clothing especially from its travel from Callao, to its source. The Alto Palermo shopping mall was opened in 1990 and more recently district arches. There are also fantastic constructions that give splendor and refinement with styles French, Italian and art deco among others. From Pueyrredon D. Pasa runs under the same subway line by plaza Italy and av. Sarmiento, which gives entry to the forests of Palermo. Originally it was in one hand, but it is currently two hands with the incorporation of the major bus lines. Her walk, bus or vehicle is a pleasure to view. was I helpful?
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  • It's a very long road that goes slightly uphill over from Rio de la Plata to the most central area. The Avenida is very full of shops of all kinds, especially of dresses, shirts, shoes and leather wear with prices very convegnenti for us Europeans to Exchange Pesos (to change only in banks or Exchange stores, never from people placed on the road after risk of fake Pesos). There are also innumerable bars, bakeries and cafes, comida, also many gift shops.
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  • Like many cities, I found this your typical shopping street and one which the locals shop too. There is much to choose from and you certainly won’t go hungry as there are many places to grab a bite to...  more »