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Mercado De Artesanias La Ciudadela

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Mercado De Artesanias La Ciudadela

940 Reviews
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Claudia S wrote a review May 2020
Budapest, Hungary63 contributions3 helpful votes
Got there at the end of my 3 weeks visit and found an the gifts and souvenirs to take back. There's even a gutter maker there and I got an ukulele for 50€.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Aerowing wrote a review Apr 2020
Monee, Illinois4,928 contributions581 helpful votes
This is a nice market to stroll through when looking for souvenirs to take home. It’s pretty large and it’s completely safe, we never had any issues at all with anyone here. No worries. All the crafts are the typical Mexican type artist crafts and there is some bartering but you have to find the right person to do it with as some people are set in their prices. There’s a restaurant located in the middle of the market if you decide you want something to eat or drink. Plan on spending around 1 to 2 hours here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
loucar wrote a review Mar 2020
Naples, Florida63 contributions60 helpful votes
It was not very crowded so i guess we let our guard down. My husband was pick pocketed. He should have known better as it was a typical scam. Man and women sprayed cream on him and then helped clean it off while at the same time cleaning out his pockets. They got all of his credit cards. By the time we got back to the hotel and called it in they had already charged over $1000. So beware ! We went here to shop as it was supposedly safer than other areas. Lesson...nowhere is safe...especially in Mexico.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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lovetodrive5214 wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas106 contributions46 helpful votes
We waited to do some major shopping here, and found the usual things that you see on the street at higher prices, and these guys were not willing to deal. This is not quality goods, just souvenirs to take home and a few things for the kids. Even the little kids dresses were cheaper on the street......i hate feeling ripped off!!!! However, with our perseverance we did find one guy who was helpful and willing to deal! Everyone deserves to make a living, but the market is where you deal and should not be more than the street vendors.
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Date of experience: March 2020
pastry-and-poetry wrote a review Mar 2020
Corvallis, Oregon63 contributions18 helpful votes
This market has many handmade items to choose from. If you are looking for something specific, such as a rebozo, plan to take some time to do some serious looking and you may find something amazing. The vendors here don't deal as much as the vendors in smaller towns. They don't seem willing to bargin like they did in the past, still, it is possible to find some great things.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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