This quaint shopping arcade is the oldest in the city of Rosario, housing very curious, charming little stores like a luthier workshop and even the local Esperanto Association.
In 1890, Andres Pan, a prosperous Spanish immigrant built this place to rent stores. Legend has it that his ghost still haunts the corridors at night, waiting to receive his tenants’ money.
Today Pasaje Pan houses a wide range of interesting stores selling jewelry, artworks, and vintage second-hand books. Many artists have their ateliers in the different offices on the second floor. In the basement, there is an art gallery with regular exhibits and performances.
So, if you want to buy an artistic souvenir or learn to speak a bit of Esperanto, Pasaje Pan is your ideal place. You will not be disappointed.