Buenos Aires used to be among
the most expensive cities of the World during the 90's. Nowadays,
after the crisis in 2001/2, and devaluation, the dollar has
jumped from 1 to 1 to 3 pesos (It reached 4 in the worst of it),
but inflation didn't follow it. As a result of
that, you have an over valuated dollar. This exceptional situation,
gives tourists the unique opportunity to buy high quality products
at discounted and often ridiculous low prices.
A typical Shopping Tour would
include going to a leather direct from factory shops, and visit
the most important malls, shopping streets in Recoleta and
Palermo SoHo, artisan fairs and stores in the city, avoiding tourist
oriented shops like the ones in Florida Street. The tour also depends
on what do you want to buy. Give us in advance your shopping list,
and we will plan for you a tour to the shop areas according to the
items you are interested buying.
Update: The last 3 years has been high inflation, so prices of clothes, and other products to buy are not anymore a bargain, ad sometimes expensive depending where you come from.The dollar is not ovaervallued anymore. Due the new economic sititation, and while there is no change, this tour doesn´t have much sense, as originally had, unless you want to buy somthing very specific to Argentina or Buenos Aires, etc.
1 pax U$S 55.
Add U$S 10 per additional person.
4 or more ask for
To book a tour you can email us to
or yon call us +54 (911) 3868-2810 (from outside
Argentna) or 15-3868-2810 (From Buenos Aires), or just click the
"Book a Tour!" button and complete our reservation form.