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Most of Aruba's shopping is found in Oranjestad, where boutiques sell the usual array of imported fashions, perfume, liquor, crystal, and china. Duty-free stores abound, and deals can be had on jewelry, watches, local handicrafts, and embroidered clothing; head to Caya G.F. Betico Croes for the greatest concentration of shops. Outside the capital, major shopping centers also do brisk business.

Shopping in Aruba

Aloe Museum

Take an educational tour before choosing from dozens of locally made aloe creams, gels, shampoos, and other products at the museum's well-stocked gift shop.

Pitastraat 115, 011-297-588-3222,
Tags: budget | shopping | things to do | accessories


This Spanish clothing chain offers hip, high-end duds and some small collections by guest designers.

Caya G. F. Betico Croes 9, 011-297-582-9700,
Tags: shopping | smart splurge | trendy | designer

Royal Plaza Mall

Great for local products, this shop carries native art, Cuban cigars, handcrafted jewelry, Dutch Delft ceramics, and hand-carved trinkets.

Across from the cruise ship terminal, 011-297-583-7949
Tags: shopping | art | things to do | souvenirs | crafts | eclectic

Tous Jewelry

An impressive collection of Spanish-designed jewelry, from chunky and trendy bracelets to elegant and sophisticated necklaces.

Havenstraat 4, 011-297-588-7258,
Tags: shopping | expensive | smart splurge | jewelry | designer


Hit this place up for Dutch goodies like cheese and chocolate, and choice brands of scotch and vodka.

Caya G.F. Betico Croes 29, 011-297-582-2790
Tags: shopping | culinary | liquor

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