Pisac Market
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
The sleepy town of Pisac comes alive every Sunday when people from the surrounding communities come together to sell and buy produce, crafts and other supplies in the town's central square.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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PS_travel
1 contribution
Jul 2022
We were in Pisac last weekend and were a little bummed to find the Plaza Constitucion was under construction and there was no Sunday Market as described in tons of reviews and blogs. There is a new covered permanent Mercado Artesanal (on Intihuatana) and a street full of shops on Mariscal Castilla, but no vegetable/fruit vendors or locals shopping anywhere. We liked a lot of the stores, but it didn't make sense to schedule a visit on Sunday...any other day of the week would probably have been just as fine.
Written July 11, 2022
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LuizDutraNeto
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,621 contributions
Oct 2019
Right at Pisac's central "Plaza Constitución", you will find - from Monday to Monday - its famous local market! Textiles, ceramics, jewelry, rugs, handicrafts and even groceries and vegetables, including the exotics Peruvian potatoes and corn! You name and you'll certainly find it at this market! As concerns typical handicrafts, nothing much different from other markets throughout Peru. A little bargaining is expected and welcome. We stopped in Pisac, a town in the "Valle Sagrado de los Incas", our way to the awesome "Parque Arqueologico de Pisac". A strategic stop for lunch and some shopping at this colorful market! Enjoy!
Written July 5, 2020
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MrsWYN-R
North Yorkshire, UK2,739 contributions
Mar 2020
We were on a tour in a mini bus and stopped here for a wander and a leg stretch.

Plenty of stalls to look at, however most of them selling the same items. Good to wander away from the market area down the side roads to see interesting buildings and to experience more of the way of local life.

Worth a stop and remember your camera to take photos of the local kids wearing traditional dress - have spare change ready to pay for photo opportunities.
Written March 29, 2020
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Cavydad
Camarillo, CA2,203 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
Sunday market is a mix of herbs, potatoes, meat, and vegetable. Fresh corn is roasted and mixed fruit/herb dinks are offered. Touristic novelties, weaving, art are sold in the surrounding shops.
Written January 19, 2020
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Rosemary S
East Greenwich, RI57 contributions
Dec 2019
We visited on a Sunday and despite this being billed as the best day to go, the only authentic part are the various fruit, vegetable and herb vendors since the clothing and souvenir stalls (more like shops) have all the usual mass-produced stuff you could easily buy in Lima. In addition, the streets surrounding the market are also stacked with shops catering to tourists so you don't expect either "quaint" or "undiscovered". That said, it was still a nice day out, not least because of the surrounding landscape.
Written February 14, 2020
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Sylvie L
Toronto, Canada37 contributions
Aug 2019
We had a private guide and it really helped navigate through the aisles.
Our guide helped us find a reliable baby alpaca wool store as well as a legitimate silver store. We got a very informative lesson/demonstration on why baby alpaca is so expensive and how to recognize higher quality silver.
Our guide also showed us where the local food vendors were good. He bought stuff for his family there.
You can spend a whole day there. We only had a few hours. Tons of items. Make sure it is made locally...
Written April 15, 2020
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Peeceecee
Skipton, UK1,058 contributions
Jan 2020
The market itself is a bit touristy, but there are also fresh produce stalls and some stalls selling local arts and crafts. The village is quite atmospheric with narrow streets and Alleys. This was a stop off on our tour of the sacred valley and provided a welcome break. We probably would not have visited otherwise.
Written April 1, 2020
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Miles Archer
Boca Raton, FL7,332 contributions
Mar 2022 • Solo
In addition to ancient ruins in Pisac, there is this native market. All kinds of goods for sale. Locals and tourists were browsing and buying. Many produce items, including coca leaves. And a variety of potatoes. It's the Incas who have given potatoes to the world. For tourists there were textiles, jewelry, alpaca rugs, pottery, and more. Worth a visit.
Written March 6, 2022
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bksmart
Ubud, Indonesia29 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
We loved strolling through the market and seeing all the traditional crafts & especially the unique artists who do new things. Alpaca slippers! Great jewelry! Natural mineral watercolors! Fabulous prices. Really nice folks to talk with and bargain with. Sundays are the best!
Written January 27, 2020
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Sumiko T
Vancouver, Canada5 contributions
Aug 2011 • Solo
Hi guys,

Might be a wrong place to ask, but I got a favor to ask whoever is going to Pisac Market.
I went to Pisac last year and I have seen the most beautifully crafted silver jewelries there.
The jewelry maker gave me his name card with email address on but I believe I have lost the name card.
If you see these silver jewelries like on the photo, could you please do me a favor get his card and kindly post it on the review? I really would like to buy some more jewelries from this guy.
You will most likely not see another store with jewelry this precious....

Thank you very much for your help.
Written July 15, 2012
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