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I stayed in Boquete for a few days and was able to go to the Market. If you've been to other cities in S. America, it's also called a "feria" where I live. (Ecuador) I bought a bracelet and some cheese and also sauteed mushrooms,...More
It’s fine. You can get some nice cheeses, fruits/veggies and a few other custom goods. It’s nothing special if you’re accustomed to typical Latin market days. Even my little ones were underwhelmed. It’s definitely focused on the expat retirees catching up and socializing. But again...More
This is the place where all the old leathery, US American expats come to meet and greet. As in every place they colonise around the world, they do not care for neither local language nor manners, and as everywhere, they scream out their trivial chit...More
The market has a good selection of items to choose from. It is definitely not just retirees selling things as one person said. There are Panamanians selling handmade items. There is an assortment of trinkets, souvenirs, food, medicinal items, fresh vegetables, etc. The market is...More
Went by the Tuesday Market to see what was there and was expecting a bit of a touristy feel, but there were lots of local products and services, not just gifts to bring home. In addition, since we were scouting the area for relocation, everyone...More
The Boquete Market is the place to be on Tuesday mornings in Boquete, Panama! You can find everything from jewelry, locally grown and produced fruits & vegggies, coffee, cheeses, honey, alpaca wraps & blankets, crafts, collectors items, prepared food to enjoy immediately or frozen for...More
Depending on where you are from you might find it disappointing. There was a good variety of tables with different things including fresh vegetables and cooked foods, but it was not what we expected based on the local hipe. It was smaller than we expected...More
I was GRANDPAcking in Boquete for 2.5 weeks.
I pooped down to the Tuesday Market a couple of times.
It's just across the bridge (you will see it on your right).
A pleasant river-side setting.
Organic stalls and nick-nacks.