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This was our third visit to Buenos Aires since 2015. During the first year, we went to shop on Calle Florida several times and always found something to buy. We have a beautiful cow hide bought at the Leather Shop. We were in hopes of...More
Great shopping street with lots of Leather goods, clothes and people offering to change money for you , tickets for Tango shows and tours etc.
We came across Leather Shop centro del cuero Florida 738, the owner Shimy was charming and helpful and made sure...More
Was on a Crystal Cruise that ended in Buenos Aires - the ship brought us down to the famous pedestrian street - Florida- where many tourists walk and shop during the day - it was noon. Within 15 minutes - I was approached from behind...More
You cannot claimed to have visited Buenos Aires if you have not walked on its famous Calle Florida. It is a tourist attraction on its own. Sure, there will be plenty of brokers calling out "Cambio! Cambio!", but you will find some good things to...More
We loved this city it is so diverse and absolutely stunning . Calle Floruda must be the longest shopping street I have ever seen and then the history wonderful abd the football and the tango and the and the.... Oh I coukd go on .....More
The merchandise is the same you find in any other country... for the most part cheap imported stuff. Definitely a nice walk... many small shops and small places to eat. You are flodded with people yelling "Cambria" all alomng the street. If you want authentic...More
We enjoyed walking on Calle Florida. We were warned by our hotel to walk cautiously, keeping our possession close, which we did. Many money changers kept wanting us to exchange money but when we bought a men’s leather belt at a store we were given...More
Immersed in the sound of honking horns and the footsteps of busy office workers, the Microcentro area of San Nicolás is where visitors will encounter the true hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires, walking down streets lined with office buildings and banks. The financial district is well-known for its vibrant atmosphere and unstoppable rhythm during office hours. After dark, the hubbub and migrates to Corrientes
Ave., where theatre lovers might start their evening at a play and end it in one of the many traditional pizzerias nearby. During the day, Corrientes is known for its many bookshops and classic cafés, which are located just minutes away from some famous landmarks, like the Obelisco, Avenida 9 de Julio, and the Teatro Colon.
Response from sabatinitennis | Reviewed this property |
You must be mad to drive in central B. Aires! The road is for pedestrians only and although there will be car parks closeby expect to pay lots for the privilege. Probably about 3 US dollars an hour!
Go by train and metro!!!