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Mercado Hildago

Blvd Taboada & Av Independencia, Tijuana, Mexico
+52 664 684 0485
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Blvd Taboada & Av Independencia, Tijuana, Mexico
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1 - 10 of 53 reviews

Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Always nice to be able to enjoy a piece of Mexico without having to go too far south. Great place for souvenir shopping and all the sweets too.

Thank Rocky R
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

You can find produce from local growers and from south of Mexico.. Several nice places to eat.. El Oaxaqueño" is my favorite for breakfast...

Thank Alejandro F
Reviewed July 23, 2017 via mobile

If you are an adventurous traveler this is a place you must visit. Located on Zona del Rio easy access lots of transportation. Full of color and different smells there is food, fruits and vegetables candy stores. An explosion of colors with the handcrafted piñatas....More

1  Thank Pinketa P
Reviewed May 27, 2017 via mobile

Great place to soak up some local flavors and cultural. Tons of sweets, pottery and good eats at amazing prices. All the shop keepers were friendly and helpful. Once you tire of shopping take your goodies and walk across the street for tacos.

Thank Cherie H
Reviewed May 24, 2017

caotic but with charm, most of the stores sales food, candys and some groceries, but you can find some stoneware, clothes, carved wood and many more, the hart of mexico in this small market

Thank gabogarciae
Reviewed May 23, 2017

This Mercado (market) is a great example of every day shopping for foods and household items in a Mexican town. You will find fresh fruits, vegetables home made cheese, spices. Bird food plants, kitchen utensils Mexican cooking pottery. Piñatas candies, breads etc. Arrive early and...More

Thank NativeMextraveler
Reviewed May 14, 2017 via mobile

It is always a pleasure to visit local markets to get a feel for what the locals like to eat, snack & cook with. This market is no different! The sights and smells of the fresh produce were amazing. My wife and I took a...More

Thank JP_y_LP
Reviewed April 11, 2017 via mobile

I really like this place make me feel am in Mexico I can taste fruits than I don't eat often and found birote from Guadalajara, always visited if not am feeling didn't come to Mexico

2  Thank Luz C
Reviewed April 3, 2017

This market is the best part of every trip to TJ. They sell everything here, candies, pinatas, fruits and veggies, spices and dried beans, shoes and sandals, prepared foods, pottery, kitchen goods, mops and brooms, candles, soaps, shampoos, etc... There are numerous food stalls and...More

Thank Sara L
Reviewed March 11, 2017

This market is a wonderful place to spend an hour in the morning, lunchtime or afternoon to escape the bland concrete of the city. You will see shops selling housewares for making a wide array of Mexican meals. But above and beyond that, the colorful...More

Thank Chiquitita
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Response from Pinketa P | Reviewed this property |
Hi there depends on the size and shape they are so many but mostly all the barro is located on one side of the market. I found is less expensive than other places and you can negotiate the price. A plus is the dollar... More
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