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Shopping in Campinas, Handicrafts in Campinas, Campinas Shopping
There are plenty of shopping opportunities for you to enjoy in Campinas. Many of the shopping centers feature department stores and retail shops as well as entertainment venues, making them ideal for family outings on weekends and holidays. Dine at one of the many restaurants, watch a movie or enjoy a drink while your children have fun in the play areas.
Shopping Center Iguatemi
Open since 1980, this mall has over 280 retail shops, a food court and entertainment venues. Located 63 miles from Sao Paula, Iguatemi Shopping Center is one of the most popular malls in Campinas. Due to its convenient location and great variety of shops, this mall attracts approximately 22 million visitors a year. This shopping center is a great place to go if you wish to purchase traditional items and experience the local culture.
Parque Shopping Dom Pedro
Parque Shopping Dom Pedro is one of the largest malls in all of Brazil. You can find just about everything here, as well as a fitness center, go-kart track, a multiplex cinema, theatres, restaurants, and bars. This lovely mall features a great variety of stores, services and entertainment options.
Unimart is a strip mall that is anchored by department stores, supermarkets and small retail shops. It is surrounded by beautifully-landscaped gardens and offers visitors a pleasant shopping experience.
Open since 1908, this local market has grown with Campinas. Located in Plaza Carlos Botelho, the building that houses this market was once a sugar warehouse. Due to its central location and well-stocked stalls, many consumers think shopping here is like experiencing a living history of this city.
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