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Pasaje San Jerónimo

Photos: ©Copyright 2023, Pasaje San Jerónimo, used with permission.

The Pasaje San Jerónimo is a small shopping center just off of the Avenida Jerónimo. It’s pet friendly, and included here because such places can be especially important to out-of-town visitors. With a Starbucks coffee, it’s an intimate little mall and good for an afternoon break. That’s perhaps especially if you’re walking some of the area’s multiple tree-lined streets or the Unidad Independencia.

For visitors en route to or from the center of San Jerónimo, the shopping center can provide a quick break or a just roof during inclement weather. It’s roughly 12 minutes walk between either the Glorieta de San Jerónimo in the east, or the Parish church of San Jeronimo in the west.

If you need plastic covered menus with photos, which is a real necessity sometimes, it’s a good bet. Of course, the pet shop is part of the reason the whole place is pet friendly. There’s a smattering of chain restaurants and vital shops for area workers and residents but it’s not the massive international shopping destination you’ll find in Santa Fe or Lindavista.

The center also maintains some of the friendliest operating hours in the area (see below). It won’t be true for every shop, but the concourse and walking areas are open till late all the time.

Hours: Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturdays, 7  a.m. to 11 p.m., Sundays, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

How to get here

Nearby

Glorieta de San Jerónimo

Nearest at 0.53 kms.

Peperino

Nearest at 0.2 kms.

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Los Milanesos

Nearest at 1 kms.

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