Santa Fe Avenue: an open-air shopping trip

When the concept of "shopping" did not yet exist in Argentina, the mythical Santa Fe avenue was already positioned as the best open-air shopping center in Buenos Aires and was considered a benchmark in fashion due to the glamor and exclusivity of the shops that they made it up. Today, with almost a dozen shopping centers, hundreds of galleries, outlet areas, thousands of factory outlets, luxury stores and an infinity of options distributed throughout the city, this emblematic avenue retains its reputation and fills up of life and movement every day of the week; especially, Saturdays and the eve of the most important commercial dates.

Santa Fe Avenue begins in Florida Street, near Plaza San Martín, in Retiro, and crosses the Recoleta, San Nicolás and Palermo neighborhoods, where it ends. In addition to a wide variety of stores and brands of clothing, footwear, leather goods and accessories, its strengths, in Santa Fe there are bazaars, decoration houses, white shops, toy stores, galleries, bookstores, beauty centers and an infinity of bars , coffee, ice cream parlors and leftovers so that the shopping trip is perfect and complete. Santa Fe is much more than a commercial artery. It is an avenue full of history and memories that makes us fall in love with its architecture and the swing of its daily life.

How to get:

Subway line D, H and C.

Train Stations: Palermo (San Martín Line) and Ministro Carranza (Miter Line).

Bus lines: 5, 9, 10 12, 15, 17, 29, 34, 37, 39, 41, 55, 57, 59, 60, 64, 67, 68, 70, 73, 93, 95, 101, 108 , 111, 118, 145, 150, 152, 160, 161, 188 and 194.

Metrobus stations: Pacífico and Santa Fe.

Iconic corners: Santa Fe and Callao, Santa Fe and Pueyrredón, Santa Fe and Coronel Díaz.