I like to see tourists from all over the world. I also like the food in various restaurants. I loved the ruins and central park.
This Market is NOT a true street Market --- ( 600 meters SQ -BIG ) Thursday & Saturday are Indian Market days The market is huge -- 6:00 am to photo Chicken Buses . Be kind with your camera " ASK " First ! Flowers and Veggie SHOW . YES you will get LOST . Street FOOD " NO WAY... More
This market has a little bit of everything. It is especially good on Saturday. There is every type of vegetable and fruit imaginable. There are different sections of the market with shoes, clothing, fabric, grocery items, and tourist items. Especially nice is the Artisans Market just to the south in the gold colored buildings. It has items from all over... More
When you are in love everywhere is a romantic place, even the supermarket. Yolkobsens discovered what a fun park a supermarket can be when we fell in love in Antigua Guatemala. Sure we had been to all of the wonders and charms Antigua Guatemala had to offer, including a romantic and fun-filled frolic in the main and authentic market, many... More
We enjoyed strolling the street markets when we were not expected somewhere. Great way to spend the morning/afternoon. I didn't purchase anything because the prices were a bit high for my budget, but I saw lots of items in one place. It was like a mini Chichicastenango market.
I found so many things I wanted to buy for gifts but I had little cash and they were not set up for VISA. I want to order some things for presents at Christmas and need to know: how reliable is the mail to/from USA and Antigua, Guatemala?? This shop was full of toys, embroidered blouses, decorated cloths etc. I... More
No need to take the 3-hour (each way) bus trip to the Chichicastenango market. In Antigua's west side (near the bus terminal, to the left) is the Mercado de Artesanias that is open every day. The Mercado de Artesania is a contrentration of over 100 colorful vendors/stalls selling souveniors, paintings, wood carvings, hand woven bags, jade/silver jewelry, ceramics, t-shirts, woven... More
This market is located about 4-5 blocks west of the main plaza right in front of the bus station. while not as enormous as the chi chi market,you can still find everything from tiles and a bathroom sink to toys, textiles, tee shirts, and handcrafts. I bought a cd of one of my favorite latin artists for $1.10! Definately check... More
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