You'll find 30-plus food and drink outlets at Terminal 2 Departures - among them are a number of burger restaurants, a pizzeria, sandwich and snack bars and coffee shops. There are also several international chains; Starbucks, Pizza Hut and Mc Donald's all have branches within Terminal 2. However, fast food isn't the only thing on the menu. The Delírio Tropical restaurant is a popular choice for cheap and healthy meals. Argentinian chocolatier, Havanna have their own café here also. They serve sandwiches and salads, as well as some tasty sweet treats and coffee.
Duty-free shopping is available, along with over 20 other stores. Browse items including souvenirs, beach accessories and sunglasses. There’s also a Tommy Hilfiger concession. If you would like to reserve your duty-free shopping before getting to the airport, a Click and Collect service available.
Baby care facilities
Children's play area
There are some food and drink outlets on the Arrivals level, but most are on the Mezzanine level.
There's a large duty-free store divided into separate areas for Domestic and International Arrivals, where you can make last-minute purchases before leaving the airport.
There are no smoking facilities in this terminal, nor the Priority Pass lounges.
Heavy smokers may want to come equipped with some nicotine patches or gum.
There's a good range of Priority Pass lounges to choose from in this terminal - perfect if you need somewhere to put up your feet.
If you've got a long wait between flights, why not enjoy a massage or reflexology treatment in the airport spa before relaxing in a lounge?
You'll find it in Terminal 2, Level 3.
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