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We stopped here to check this out. It is smaller than Mercado 28, but less touristy and the vendors don't constantly harrass you to buy stuff. Prices were also on items so you didn't have to guess the price or ask. They also were willing...More
A market with souvenirs and real street food. We eat at almost all Food store we saw in the market.
A real local market with only local people shop and eat around.
All taco stores have it own way to flavor and cook, all tests...More
My wife and I went to Mercado 28 and were very disappointed. So we took a cab to Mercado 23 and had a blast! Very local working market with incredible food, I highly recommend going here for a few hours and get lunch, the food...More
My family and I enjoyed this market. We went to Market 28 afterwards and we were disappointed with 28. At 28 they were pushy and didn’t want to take no for an answer. Market 23 was pleasant and none of the vendors made us feel...More
We took the R1 bus there, and fortunately there was an extra guy on the bus (maybe the bus driver's son) who helped translate and made sure got off the right stop and pointed for us to cross the street to get to Mercardo 23....More
We visited the market for a food tour. Our guide was Adrian from eat MexIco. What a fun and interesting experience. Adrian is serious about food and the culture and history of Cancun. The market was great, we ate traditional Mexican food and had a...More
Every time we are in Cancun City (old Cancun) we go to Mercado 23 which is close to the central ADO bus station.
There is a shop with wonderful cheeses and hams, restaurants, and many tourist souvenir shops with reasonable prices.
We were told about this market by the combi (mini bus) driver right outside the airport on the main street. We had all our bags and we were hungry. For $3 four people got from the airport there. We brought all our things into the...More
Do NOT confuse this market with Mercado 28. This market is for locals whereas Mercado 28 is for tourists.
This is where the locals come to shop for fruits/vegetables, meats & cheese, household items, stationary items etc. There is one lane dedicated to food stalls...More