Nati Ortega is an adorable and unique clothing boutique seated in the trendy Palermo Hollywood district. Here you will find a collection of clothing, shoes, bags and accessories made by local designers. The people of Nati Ortega want women to focus on feeling pretty, feminine and unique. If you are looking for a special style all your own, peruse the Nati Ortega collection. - Rease Kirchner
Shop from a wide range of products like kitchen toys, vintage suitcases, china tea sets, crystal glassware and lots more at the Gil Antiguedades, which has lasted for over 35 years. This antique store is owned by Hector Horacio and Maria Ines Gil. Here you will also find unique wedding and party dresses that are inspired from older antique ones. Shop for a piece of history from the eye catching Gil Antiguedades, in San Telmo.
Adorned with park side restaurants, cafes, and art galleries, Recoleta is one of the most fashionable and popular neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Tourists and locals alike are drawn in by the European-style architecture, outdoor street fairs on the weekends, and multitude of upscale boutiques and bars. Make sure to check out the beautiful and lavish Cementerio de la Recoleta, as well as the enormous Plaza Francia.
This complex is located in an old building that belonged to Ferrocarriles Argentinos, the former Railroad Company of the State. Fortunately, the wonderful friezes by Raúl Soldi were kept. Thus the shopping promenade is lined with artistic streaks. Its shining marble, diverse staircases and mural paintings constitute a novel and sophisticated atmosphere. The center is home to the Centro Cultural Borges and Julio Bocca's ballet school. There are also more than 200 stores, a number of movie theaters, and an elegant dining area with different options from tea rooms to romantic restaurants to fast food parlors.
Surrounded by traditional artifact shops, Gabriel del Campo Anticuario, is one of the most visited shops for its antique collection. The store looks like a set of a period film, showcasing vintage statues, woodwork, chandeliers, period furniture and a lot more, that will effortlessly charm any art admirer. So when you are in the city, make Gabriel del Campo Anticuario one of your ten must visit places, you won’t regret it.
In 1871, with the outbreak of yellow fever, these mansions were soon overtaken by squatters, creating the city's historic conventillos (tenement houses). Indeed, it was not until 1970 that an edict stipulated protection for property owners. Today the neighborhood of San Pedro Telmo is an important historic and popular corner of the city. Locals and tourists alike flock to the Plaza Dorrego on the oldest street in the city, for the antique market and vibrant street performances, including tango, held on Sunday from 10a to 6p. On the corner of Independencia and Balcarce streets is El Viejo Almacén, a traditional tango establishment.