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The original Mercado Corona burnt down in 2014, and they have done a good job redoing it.
It is very busy, packed with merchants and visitors. Interesting displays, it has some really unique collection of herbal remedies and oils on the 3rd floor.
In my express visit to Guadalajara, I’ve been told not to miss the opportunity to try a Torta Ahogada. A lot of people had recommended me to try one in the Mercado Principal, however it wasn’t what I’ve expected. Probably, it all depends on the...More
Mercado Corona is the perfect place to go if you live around the area to do your food shopping. Especially for vegetables and spices.
But just to be clear, I'm talking about the street BEHIND the big building that is actually Mercado Corona. Apparently, the...More
Since it has been renewed, the market is nice, full of light and has a million places to eat! It's great if you are looking for local food.. it's not fancy or beautiful at all, but it's a classic place to go eat some great...More
Several years ago the "old" El Mercado Corona burned and the replacement was to be in a style in keeping with Guadalajara´s historic buildings and markets. This architecture is not representative of the old style however, it is open and clean. Many of the same...More
Small supermarket with products from Brazil, Argentina, Mexico mostly, and others. It is the only one for president products in the area. There is also a hot lunch service. I have never eaten here. Prices are OK.
We traveled from Puerto Vallarta on a 2 day shopping trip to Tlaquepaque and Tonala. We thoroughly enjoyed both areas but would have probably needed another 2 days to truly appreciate all of the sites etc ... Worth the trip for sure!