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Ministro Pistarini (Ezeiza) International Airport, Buenos Aires, , Argentina

It’s actually quite spectacular and literally impossible to avoid (you must pass through it to get to departures gates), so you may as well browse Ezeiza’s 35,000-square-foot duty-free area. This ever-expanding empire now includes—in addition to the classic duty-free offerings like chocolates and liquor—a sporting goods aisle, a meat counter selling local beef packaged to go (though good luck getting it back into the U.S.), and a number of luxury boutiques (Armani, Carolina Herrera). If even duty-free couture’s too pricey, the Made in Argentina section carries designs—everything from jewelry to sweaters—by five local designers, at a reduced price point. Don’t miss the contemporary housewares from Aire del Sur.

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It’s actually quite spectacular and literally impossible to avoid (you must pass through it to get to departures gates), so you may as well browse Ezeiza’s 35,000-square-foot duty-free area. This ever-expanding empire now includes—in addition to the classic duty-free offerings like chocolates and liquor—a sporting goods aisle, a meat counter selling local beef packaged to go (though good luck getting it back into the U.S.), and a number of luxury boutiques (Armani, Carolina Herrera). If even duty-free couture’s too pricey, the Made in Argentina section carries designs—everything from jewelry to sweaters—by five local designers, at a reduced price point. Don’t miss the contemporary housewares from Aire del Sur.