FEIMA - Feira de Artesanato, Flores e Gastronomica

FEIMA - Feira de Artesanato, Flores e Gastronomica

FEIMA - Feira de Artesanato, Flores e Gastronomica
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pinchetravels
San Juan, Puerto Rico588 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Visited on a Saturday. There were around 15 tourists. A lot of the artwork looks similar and there are around 100 kiosks.

My recommendation is to look around since the kiosks towards the back had better pricing than the ones from the main entrance.

Everything is negotiable.

There were 3 restaurants and I ate at the Italian one. The food was really good and the beer was cold.

A good 2 hours will be sufficient.
Written February 2, 2020
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Carolinas704
Colorado Springs, CO373 contributions
Feb 2021 • Solo
I highly recommend visiting during the week, if possible. This is a great place to great handcrafted items, for family, friends, or yourself. They do tend to follow you closely, and pressure you to purchase something. I don’t recommend pointing at pieces or touching them, unless your interested in purchasing. I try to be fair, but they do Up sale for prices (for those who aren’t locals), so keep that in mind. It’s definitely worth a visit!
Written June 26, 2021
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Megan H
Community of Madrid, Spain538 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
Great spot for shopping local artisans ... you see people working on their pieces. Everything from purses/bags to large carvings. It also has a lunch spot and the market itself is tucked into a beautiful garden setting!
Written January 6, 2020
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MiniverM
Asheville, NC216 contributions
Feb 2020
It’s definitely the place to pick up gifts or just get a feel for local crafts.

There’s a huge variety of vendors as well as two restaurants side by side.

Also, bargain !!! You can probably get your crafts for 20-40% off the asking price.
Written February 28, 2020
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands3,920 contributions
Feb 2022
Visited on a weekday when there were very few customers. The vendors seemed desperate to sell, as due to covid sales to tourists have almost come to a standstill. The park is hardly visible, as the whole place is covered with numerous stalls and outlets. Very many colorful items such as handbags, paintings, cloth and garments are on offer. Plants and flowers are another significant section of the feira. Crafts are plentiful as well. There are two restaurants.

Perhaps good to visit towards the end of your Mozambican adventure to buy some original souvenirs.
Written February 27, 2022
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i_m186361
Nairobi, Kenya26 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
The market is in a garden/park. Pretty easy to get around. We went in the middle of the week so it wasn't busy, which was good for us. You can buy curios and locally made art. You can also purchase plants and spices. There are two restaurants in the market, where you can get a meal. I'd definitely go back again to buy gifts or plants. It's also nice to be able to walk about without being accosted by sellers, it made browsing much easier.
Written January 3, 2022
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Liezel Blignaut
South Africa304 contributions
Jun 2023
Walked out with a few items - difficult to resist the colourful items made and sold by locals there. They are great influencers. I have been to markets in many countries (including Asia) and the prices are not cheap here. Have to negotiate which is accepted.
Written July 18, 2023
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Lindy
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa17 contributions
Jul 2022
A must-see for everyone! We had a lovely coffee at one of the cafes in the centre while everyone was setting up since we got there very early. There is such a huge variety of interesting, beautiful and creative things to see here. The hawkers don't leave you alone to browse but everyone is so friendly that it isn't so bad.
Written September 30, 2022
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Pedro Timoteo
Maputo, Mozambique162 contributions
Nov 2016 • Family
FEIMA is Mozambique's Maputo Handicraft Fair (Flowers and Gastronomy), inaugurated in 2010, is inside a very large park where there are craftsmen of almost everything. And it has handicrafts from several regions of Mozambique and not only from Maputo. In addition, it is a place to sample typical foods - in the middle of the space is a restaurant and several benches, with esplanade and also can buy plants and flowers.
Written June 10, 2017
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SunnyW358
Albuquerque, NM6,585 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
While in Maputo, it is worth visiting this artisanal market. It is now in a much better place than it used to be in a run-down & dirty place downtown. This park is also revived because of the craft market and there are even two local restaurants that serve lunch in the park.

Artifacts include all sorts of colorful things you can imagine and they are very beautiful for the most part. The prices can be brought down A LOT if you are good at this sort of stuff and do not feel guilty about it. Some of the art work is extremely beautiful and I feel bad that it is sprawled out in the blazing sun, which might not do a lot of good to the colors.

When we were there some sort of a cultural event was taking place; People were walking around and buying different kinds of food from all provinces of Mozambique. It was a pity that we noticed this only after we had lunch at the local restaurant, Mamma Mia in the park, which actually was not bad at all.

Moving this artisanal market over to the park seemed to have been a great idea because the park has a pleasant atmosphere and is equipped with a stage for performances, restaurants and rest rooms.

We did not stay for all the performances on that day, but saw groups of Mozambican women in colorful local outfits and young children in dance costumes.

Hope you too get to see some cultural activities while shopping at this market.
Written September 28, 2015
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