1. Artesanías Noa-Noa
All kinds of regional and national crafts, although regional artifacts dominate, together with the famous cocadas, typical of Acapulco, are available here. These cocadas are sweets made of coconut, milk or water, and sugar, and they are a true symbol of the city. Noa-Noa is located in front of Tamarindos beach, so it is always easy for to visit.
Address: Costera Miguel Alemán, s/n Frente a Playa Tamarindos Acapulco Guerrero 39355
Opening hours: 10am-7pm daily
Telephone: s/t
Neighbourhood: Traditional Zone

2. Mercado Progreso
This market offers the usual items, but also has many small clothing establishments that offer great clothes for low prices, shoe stores, and a modern costume jewelry shop with good quality products. Other attractions here are the small restaurants that serve typical Mexican food, primarily from the state of Guerrero. The only juice shop located here offers the tastiest juices and shakes at very low prices, and the pancake stand is also a must.
Address: Avenida Bernal Díaz, s/n Colonia Progerso Acapulco Guerrero 39578
Opening hours: 7am-5pm daily
Telephone: s/t
Neighbourhood: Others

3. Mercado del Campesino
Many tourists visit this market because of its countless arts and crafts and typically Mexican products: ceramic, sombreros, handbags, curiosities, and decorative items which are so very representative of the country. The famous Chilapa bread is sold here, too, which is made in the nearby town by the same name. There are many baskets full of many types of the bread, some filled with cream, some sugar coated, but all are very tasty.

Visiting this market is stepping into an authentic Mexican atmosphere.
Address: Calle, Durango, s/n Colonia Progreso Acapulco Guerrero 39578
Opening hours: 7am-5pm daily
Telephone: s/t
Neighbourhood: Others

4. Plaza del Muelle
This is a very pleasant place to spend the afternoon. In the small plaza are craft shops, mostly from the state of Guerrero, as well as shops that sell traditional Mexican costumes, silver goods with the most outstanding minerals of the region, boutiques, travel agencies, and ticket sales for the ships that tour the bay. Located in the middle of the dock, this plaza is a special and rather curious place. To complete your visit, have a drink or dine in La Fragata Azul, from which you can enjoy a view of most of the bay.
Address: Costera Miguel Alemán, s/n A un costado del Muelle Central Acapulco Guerrero 39300
Opening hours: 10am-8pm daily
Telephone: s/t
Neighbourhood: Traditional Zone

Каба сан Лукас

Mercado Mexicano
Plenty will catch your attention here. If you are a good bargainer, maybe you can avoid too much pocketbook damage. Ever had a hankering to hang in a hammock? This is your chance to find a beautifully hand-woven, brilliantly dyed hammock. Blankets, hats, serapes and more are here to keep you covered from the sun or the chillier evenings. Take a walk through the pottery and glass shops and keep your eye open for some of the locally made wares. The typical selection of leathers and jewelry (silver) are also available.
Address: Hidalgo y Zapata Plaza de los Mariachis Cabo San Lucas Baja Sur, Mexico 23410
Opening hours: 8am-8pm Mon-Sat; 8am-2pm Sun
Telephone: +52 114 3 1918
Neighbourhood: Downtown


1. Galeria Gattamelata
This is a fabulous shop for antique furniture collectors, who love the colonial period, especially. The shop is handsome in its decor with soft mood lighting and buffed and polished wooden accents. But, of course, the most beautiful items are the furnishings offered for sale. Intricate designs and woodworks complement chests, tables and chairs. There are many unique items from candelabras to jewelry boxes. The prices are commensurate to most dealers' fees.
Address: Hacienda Road across from the Marina Fiesta Resort Cabo San Lucas Baja Sur, Mexico 23410
Opening hours: 9am-8pm Mon-Fri; 9am-2pm Sun
Telephone: +52 114 3 1166
Neighbourhood: Pedregal Hills/Pacific Ocean


Mercado de Artisans
This open-air artist's market is in the heart of Plaza Central. Many fine Mexican hand made products can be found here—this is the place to get traditional Maya dresses huipi les, rebozos (shawls), tightly woven Panama hats, blankets and hammocks. There is also a selection of leather goods including shoes, boots and belts, Maya ceramics and reproductions of Maya stelae from the ruins. The usual souvenir t-shirts and other gifty items abound.
Address: Plaza del Sol Building, West side San Miguel Cozumel Quintana Roo 77660
Opening hours: 9am-1pm, 5pm-9 pm daily
Telephone: (no phone available)


1. Pax
This combination musical museum and store has a collection of instruments from Mexico, Central and South America. Owners Manina and Alejandro Alvirde estimate there are 784 instruments from 37 countries in their collection including ancient Mayan flutes, Spanish guitars and an assortment of other intriguing instruments. The shop sells hand made duplicates of the originals, handcrafted items and music of the Maya and other indigenous cultures.
Address: Ave Benito Juarez and Ave 15 Norte San Miguel Cozumel Quintana Roo 77600
Opening hours: 9am-8pm Mon-Sat
Telephone: +52 987 25 269
Neighbourhood: San Miguel de Cozumel
Email: unahipax@prodigy.net.mx; alex_manina@yahoo.com


1. Mercado Coral Negro
This market is made up of several units selling all sorts of crafts, including products from other Mexican regions. Some items include charro suits and hats and crystallized sweets. In the corridors there are typical embroidered garments manufactured in coarse cotton, as well as caps and T-shirts bearing the name Cancún. You can also have temporary Henna tattoos put on or have your hair braided. Prices are moderate.
Address: Boulevard Kukulcán Km 9 Frente a Plaza Forum by the Sea Cancùn Quintana Roo 77500
Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily
Telephone: +52 998 883 0758
Neighbourhood: Hotel Zone
Email: coralnegro@prodigy.net.mx


1. Bazar Sábado
The Bazar Sábado is one of the things that makes the San Angel area well-known. Every Saturday there is an excellent arts and crafts market, where you can buy top quality jewelry, glassware, woodwork, textiles and ceramics. Artists display their work around the Plaza San Jacinto and the Plaza del Carmen. When you feel like a break from the buying, go into one of the restaurants all along the streets around the area.
Address: Plaza San Jacinto Colonia San Angel México D.F. 01090
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Sat
Neighbourhood: San Angel
Nearest train: M. A. de Quevedo

2. Bazar Zaragoza
Bazar Zaragoza is famous for being one of the largest bazaars in Latin America, as it fills streets and streets with clothes, shoes, costume jewelry, curiosities, books, stamps, antiques, crafts, records and imported items. Admission is free and there are spaces for parking. It is only open during weekends.
Address: Simón Audenard y Zaragoza Colonia Aviación Civil México D.F. 15740
Opening hours: 10am-5pm Sat-Sun
Neighbourhood: East
Nearest train: Zaragoza

3. Centro Artesanal Buenavista
This center is very tourist-orientated. Prices are fixed, which effectively means it isn't really a market. However, some people prefer it this way, as they know where they stand. It sells a wide selection of Mexican handicrafts. It has more than 110,000 articles, and within that number you can find anything from pottery to textiles and more. It offers customers a free drinks in the small snack bar within the shop. It is next to Buenavista station.
Address: Aldama 187 Buenavista México Distrito Federal 06350
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Sat; 9am-2pm Sun
Telephone: +52 55 55291254
Neighbourhood: Others
Nearest train: Revolución

4. Centro de Antigüedades
Also known as the Mercado Londres, this antiques center is a concentration of fine shops within the Plaza San Angel, a large pink neoclassical building. It is opposite the Mercado Insurgentes, so you could pass the best part of the day looking (and buying!) great things. On Saturdays, aside from the antiques, there is a flea market where you can buy all sorts of goodies, and on Sundays bookworms come here to buy and sell.
Address: Plaza del Ángel. Londres, 161 Colonia Juárez México D.F. 06700
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Daily
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

5. Compras Bazar Pericoapa
A simple walk by Pericoapa's reveals more than 20 aisles of articles displayed: clothing, footwear, records, computer articles, toys, watches, belts, lingerie, electronics and pets. It is, undoubtedly, the place with the widest variety of products at the south of the city. But beware of imitations, and check the merchandise carefully in order to make sure that the price is fair, especially when it comes to sports footwear and perfumery. Four level parking lots available. A snacks and antojitos (appetizers) area is offered.
Address: Miramontes esquina Calzada del Hueso Colonia Villa Coapa México D.F. 14390
Opening hours: 11am-9pm daily
Neighbourhood: South

6. Lagunilla (La)
This is the best place to come if you know your antiques, but also if you like good junk and arts and crafts. It is used by Mexicans to shop for all sorts of things, as it has three different buildings devoted to different types of items: clothes and fabrics, furniture and finally, food. Perhaps you would like to go to this market on a Sunday morning, as there is also a flea market that sells everything from coins and stamps to secondhand stuff. It is also known as the thieves' market, as this is supposed to be where thieves and contrabandists sell on their gear. Be careful and watch your own wallet! No phone.
Address: Eje 1 Norte y Brasil Colonia Centro México D.F. 06040
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Mon-Fri; 8am-6pm Sun
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Allende

7. Mercado Insurgentes
Also known as the Mercado Zona Rosa, most of the stalls in this market sell crafts, so be sure to bargain in order to get the best prices. There are some excellent objects from all around Mexico, such as silver and gold, pottery, leather and Mexican dresses among other things. The jewelry is sold by weight, so make sure you pick well! There are some good food stalls at the back of the market; try their food, it's delicious.
Address: Florencia y Amberes Juárez México D.F. 06600
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Daily
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

8. Mercado Sonora
If you feel like going to a food market, or simply need to eat or shop for presents, come to this market after you've been to La Merced Market, which is just two blocks away. It sells a variety of different specialties, but is best known for its poultry and herbs, folk medicine, toys and caged birds. The toy market is at its best at Christmastime, when parents buy presents for their kids.
Address: Fray Servando Teresa de Mier y La Viga La Viga México Distrito Federal 06000
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Mon-Sat
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Fray Servando

9. Mercado de Arte Joven
The cultural group Laberinto organizes this market at the south of the city. It has workshops, books, clothing, crafts, videotapes, tattoo and piercing parlors, concerts and an infinite range of articles. It is a good place to come and buy someone an original present. There are parking facilities nearby.
Address: Fuentes Brotantes esquina Insurgentes Sur Colonia Fuentes Brotantes México D.F. 14410
Opening hours: 11am-4pm Sun
Neighbourhood: South
Nearest train: Ciudad Universitaria

10. Mercado de Artesanías de Revillagigedo
The market of Revillagigedo offers the visitor a wide selection of Mexican crafts from various states of the country. The prices are fair, and the variety is extensive. Among the crafts that are here, you can find black clay from Oaxaca, leather from León and Guanajuato, sweets from Monterrey and Guerrero, silver from Taxco and decorated pottery from Puebla. Public parking is available.
Address: Revillagigedo, 29 Colonia Centro México D.F. 06000
Opening hours: 10am-5pm daily
Telephone: +52 5 5124305
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Zócalo

11. Mercado de Bolsas y Artículos de Piel de Pino Suárez
The market at Pino Suárez has become one of the most popular in the city due to its great variety of leather items, including bags, footwear, briefcases, wallets, jackets, boots, skirts and an endless selection of accessories for men and women. At this market you also have the option of having bags or briefcases handmade for you. However, you should take certain precautions, as some of the stalls offer sub-par leather. Take heart though! There is quality leather available here; it's just a question of finding it!
Address: José Ma. Izazaga y Pino Suárez Colonia Centro México D.F. 06010
Opening hours: 10am-7pm daily
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Pino Suárez

12. Mercado de Coyoacán
The market of Coyoacán is not only the heart of the commercial life of this "colonia," but it is also a site of great interest for the visitor interested in the country's traditions. You will find typical Mexican crafts and clothes available for very reasonable prices. You will also find restaurants, fruit and vegetable stalls, crafts in wood and metal, and the famous "paliacates." Parking is available but is very limited.
Address: Centro de Coyoacán (entre Hidalgo y Malitzin) Colonia del Carmen Coyoacán México D.F. 04100
Opening hours: 9am-7pm daily
Neighbourhood: Coyoacán

13. Mercado de Curiosidades San Juan
Don't be put off by the prices you are quoted at first in this market, as it is expected that you do some heavy bargaining. The end result is often a very reasonable price. It is located in a modern building, and has two levels of stalls. The articles they sell are wide-ranging; you can buy tiles, beautiful silver jewelry, leather and other Mexican crafts, as well as a good selection of kitsch artifacts.
Address: Ayuntamiento esquina López Centro Histórico México Distrito Federal 06040
Opening hours: 9.30am-6pm Mon-Fri
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Salto del Agua

14. Mercado de Libros de Tepito
The book market at Tepito offers its visitors the whole gamut of books and magazines, whether they are new, old, or even books that are now out of print and can be found only in private libraries. There are books here that are tremendously old, dating from the 1800s, bound in goatskin; you will also find novels, textbooks, poetry and prose. Books by both Mexican and international authors, as well as special collections and complete encyclopedias, can be found at this market. The prices are reasonable, and the returns for your investment are priceless when you consider that some of these books are truly treasures from the literary past.
Address: Barrio de Tepito Colonia Morelos México D.F. 06040
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Sat & Sun
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Pino Suárez

15. Mercado de Muñecos y Juguetes de Tacuba
In this market where toys and dolls are sold, you can find the perfect present for the traditional Day of the Kings (January 6th), the Day of the Child, or indeed any other children's festivity. Interesting items from all over the world are to be found at these stalls, and at a much lower price than you would expect to pay in a department store. There are electronic games, dolls, ball games and more. Public parking is available, but it is a little far away; it is recommended that you travel to the market by metro.
Address: Tacuba, 888 Colonia Centro México D.F. 06000
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Tacuba

16. Mercado de San Cosme
In this market you will find a wide range of clothing and shoes, both new and second-hand, all at very reasonable prices. There are also plenty of various records, trainers, household goods and toys. There are food stalls where you can buy Mexican snacks, which makes it pretty popular with visitors. The market is open all week, and admission is free. There are parking facilities available for those who have cars.
Address: Ribera de San Cosme Santa María la Libera México D.F. 06400
Opening hours: 2pm-10pm Wed-Mon; 12pm-10pm Sat-Sun
Neighbourhood: Others
Nearest train: San Cosme

17. Mercado de San Juan
The Mercado de San Juan enjoys a rich traditional and cultural legacy. Here, you will find items including clothes, footwear, fruit, vegetables, flowers and meat. You can also find snacks and tortillas; some food is ready made, or you can buy items to prepare at home in the traditional style. There is also a huge selection of imported goods and novelties, ranging from toys, plastic items and pans to radio cassette players and televisions. Prices vary according to the item and its provenance; imports from China may be the cheapest, but their quality is not necessarily the best. Parking is available.
Address: Eje Central y La Viga Colonia Centro México D.F. 06000
Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: San Juan

18. Mercado de Zapatos de Granaditas
In this market the choice of footwear is enormous. You will find a great variety of styles and designs, from trainers to dress shoes in leather or suede, made from normal leather, pigskin or sheepskin, or of synthetic material. The shoes come from all over, from Mexico, Korea or Brazil. There are high heels and boots, or even sandals for the summer. The prices are reasonable and the choice seemingly unending. The nearest public parking is quite far.
Address: Anillo de Circunvalación s/n Colonia Granaditas México D.F. 06200
Opening hours: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri
Neighbourhood: Downtown

19. Mercado de artículos escolares y de oficina
Browsing these stalls are to be found all the stationers of the centre and of the surrounding area as the prices are incredibly cheap and the selection extensive, there are pens, pencils, pencil sharpeners and rubbers in packs of 10 or even 100! This is the perfect place to stock up with school or office equipment. You can buy 12 pencils for MXN10 or a personal diary for MXN15. Public parking nearby. Only cash accepted and make sure to take some change.
Address: Calle de Colombia Centro Histórico México D.F 06000
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Mon-Sat
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Zócalo, Bellas Artes

20. Mercado de las Novias
Along the length of the Calle de Brasil, and behind the Metropolitan Cathedral, this market can be found with its selection of stalls all dedicated to produce items exclusively for the 'big day'. You can find everthing you could need here including the bride's dress, the suit for the bridegroom, rings, souvenirs for all that attend, invitations, rosaries, bibles and all the other accessories necessary so the big day goes smoothly. Prices vary according to the stall amd the quality of the goods but in general the prices are reasonable. Public parking is available. Come with comfortable clothes and protection against the sun because you may have to walk for quite a distance.
Address: Calle Brasil Centro Histórico México D.F. 06000
Opening hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Sat
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Zócalo

21. Mercado de las Vías
This market has an extensive and varied list of Mexican and imported goods, both new and second hand. It has a good assortment of tools, clothes, shoes, jewelry, antiques, electronic goods, books and curiosities. It is only open on Sundays, when you can come here for free. There are parking facilities in the surrounding streets.
Address: Insurgentes Norte y Clave Colonia Vallejo México D.F. 07870
Opening hours: 8am-5pm Sun
Neighbourhood: Lindavista - Vallejo
Nearest train: La Raza

22. Tianguis Anual de Artículos Escolares
Year after year, as part of a project launched by the Procuraduría Federeal del Consumidor (in charge of keeping and eye so that merchants do not take advantage of consumers), and different political agencies, a School Supplies Bazaar is set up, where parents and children in school can purchase notebooks, pens and other school supplies at much lower prices than in stores. There are also uniforms and shoes traders, as well as companies offering eyeglasses.
Address: Centro de Seguridad Social Legaria. Legaria s/n. Colonia Legaria México D.F. 11410
Opening hours: 10am-8pm Mon-Sat
Telephone: +52 5 568 8222
Neighbourhood: Others

23. Tianguis de San Felipe de Jesús
If it were all about breaking records then this place would already have beaten the market in Zaragoza hands down and won the title of the largest market in Latin America, with almost 2 kilometres of stalls covering more than 20 blocks in Colonia San Felipe. Here you will find everything from hairbrushes to sitting room or dining room suites. On sale are both new and second hand goods at a fraction of normal prices which means effectively that whatever your budget, you will find something here. This is a truly impressive flea market. Public parking available nearby.
Address: Colonia San Felipe de Jesús Delegación Gustavo A. Madero México D.F 07510
Opening hours: 10am-7pm Sun
Neighbourhood: Others
Nearest train: Martín Carrera

24. Tianguis de la Cruz
In this flea market you will find all sorts of reptiles and tropical fish for sale, including crabs, iguanas, chameleons and geckos. The prices are considerably cheap when compared with pet shops. You can also find second hand clothes along with pet accessories such as saddles and bridles.
Address: Calle Alfonso Priam Colonia Guadalupe México D.F
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Sun
Neighbourhood: Others

25. Tianguis del Chopo
In this place you will find a great selections of records, CDs, tapes and many other itmes related to the music industry. If you are looking for a record that you can't find in specialised shops, you're bound to find it here. The price of the 'oldies' varies according to their rareness, and you can find real gems on record and tape by groups which, although unknown, are not at all bad. Parking is available in the grounds of the museum.
Address: Casco del Museo Nacional del Chopo Avenida Insurgentes y San Cosme México D.F. 06470
Opening hours: 11am-8pm Fri-Sun
Neighbourhood: Vicinities
Nearest train: San Cosme, Revolución

26. Tianguis del Periférico-Cuemanco
In this flea market, which is only open on Sundays, the most striking feature is the quantity of crafts which are sold here; some come from China, others from Russia, but they are all beautiful. Among the items available are crockery, decorations for the kitchen, objects in silver, wood, amber and metal. The prices vary from stall to stall and according to the quality of each article, but it is possible to bargain. The market also includes an area where fruit, vegetables, clothes, shoes and animals are sold. Public parking available.
Address: Periférico Sur entre Cafetales y Acoxpa Colonia Villa Coapa México D.F 14390
Opening hours: 10am-4pm Sun
Neighbourhood: Others

27. Tianguis del Zapato en San Mateo
Fifteen minutes away from Toluca, in the Estado de México, you will find this original tianguis (old-style open air market), which is exclusively dedicated to selling shoes. Prices are very reasonable, and the variety is immense. Shop for formal and informal shoes for women, men and children, in every color and style. They also sell other leather goods, like jackets, belts, wallets, bags and other items. There are parking facilities, as well as areas to eat and drink.
Address: Carretera México Toluca A 15 minutos de Toluca México D.F.
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Tue-Sun
Neighbourhood: Vicinities


1. Antigüedades Coloniart
This is a good place to visit if you are interested in buying antiques at good prices; it's also located in the Zona Rosa. It stocks a good selection of antique furniture, as well as paintings and sculpture, and makes these its specialty. Come here also if you just fancy a look at the objects they are selling, as they are always good to see. It has items from other countries as well as Mexico.
Address: Estocolmo, 37 Colonia Juárez México D.F.
Opening hours: 10.30am-3pm, 4-7pm Mon-Fri; 11am-2pm Sat
Telephone: +52 5 5144799 / 5258928
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

2. Antigüedades Imperio
If you are interested in recent antiques from Europe, go to Antigüedades Imperio in the Zona Rosa. It stocks a great array of European furniture (excellent tables), paintings, vases and glasswork, dating mostly to the 19th century. It is a quality establishment, so prices are naturally quite high, but no higher than necessary. They are pleasant and friendly, and very knowledgeable about the items they are selling, so feel free to ask them questions.
Address: Hamburgo, 149 Colonia Juárez Zona Rosa. México D.F. 01000
Opening hours: 11.30am-2pm, 4-7pm Mon-Fri; 11.30am-3pm Sat
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

3. Connoiseur Art Gallery
This is for serious antique lovers. This beautiful and elegant gallery was opened in 1993, and it specializes in objects dating from the period between the 15th and 18th century. It does, however, have some articles of more recent dates. The objects come from all parts of the world, and are invariably of top quality. It's worth visiting even if you are not thinking of buying, as it is like going into a museum.
Address: Amberes, 33 Colonia Juárez México D.F. 06600
Opening hours: 11am-7pm Mon-Fri; 11am-2pm Sat
Telephone: +52 5 2086454
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

4. Galería Windsor
This gallery is worth a look at, as you will have the chance to see many high quality Latin American artifacts. Amongst these you might be lucky enough to see pre-Columbian jade objects, tin votive paintings or "retablos" and other exquisite things. This antiques shop differs from many in that it concentrates on Latin American artifacts rather more than European ones, which is quite refreshing, and somehow feels right in Mexico City.
Address: Hamburgo, 224 México D.F.
Opening hours: 11am-7pm Mon-Fri; 11am-2pm Sat
Telephone: +52 5 5258342
Neighbourhood: Zona Rosa
Nearest train: Insurgentes

5. Monte de Piedad
Legend has it that the Palace of Axayácatl, where Moctezuma II gave lodgings to Hernán Cortés and his captains, once stood here. However, in the course of time, the Monte de Piedad Nacional was constructed. This building dates back to 1775, and at the beginning of the twentieth century a new floor was added, making it larger, but not affecting its elegant appearance.
Now when you enter, you find a huge shop that sells second-hand objects.
Address: Monte de Piedad y 5 de mayo Centro México D. F. 06000
Opening hours: 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri; 8.30am-3pm Sat
Telephone: +52 5 5103258
Neighbourhood: Downtown
Nearest train: Zócalo

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1. Mercado de Isla Cuale
The market on Cuale Island sells a variety of different products including food, clothing, gifts and souvenirs. The atmosphere of the place adds to the charm, you find yourself surrounded by old trees and the serene drifting of the water through the river. Bargaining is a must, always offer half of prices quoted by the merchants and work it from there. Some stands do accept credit cards but may charge a commission for the convenience, so be sure to ask.
Address: Isla Cuale Puerto Vallarta Jalisco 48300
Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily
Neighbourhood: Cuale River area

2. Municipal Market (Flea Market)
Puerto Vallarta has no shortage of upscale shops, but for many the real fun of shopping begins at this sprawling, two-story flea market. Vendors offer just about anything, and bargaining is all part of the game. Most of the time, expect to pay about 20 percent less than the initially stated price, but this varies. Outside of high season, or if the stall keeper is tired of looking at a piece, even deeper discounts are possible. Look for leather goods, Mexican silver, pottery and woven items. Credit card acceptance varies by vendor.
Address: Insurgentes St Puerto Vallarta Jalisco, Mexico 48310
Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily
Telephone: + 52 322 411 75 (Puerto Vallarta Tourism)
Neighbourhood: Cuale River area

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