Flea/ Street Markets in Puerto Rico

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Flea & Street Markets in Puerto Rico

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  • NewYawker101
    New York18 contributions
    We weren’t able to visit as it was closed for Covid and had yet to re-open. However just wanted to note that the market is in the Luquillo Art and Culture Center. There’s a building to the left that has stalls go all the way around the perimeter of the circular building. Wish we were able to visit!
    Written January 26, 2021
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  • GadgetFan
    North Branford, CT253 contributions
    This place has been here forever. Come in around 11. Always have conch and lobster. Usually have grouper, snapper or yellowtail. Fishmonger will filet if you need, gratis. Prices are reasonable, $8 for 1.5 # grouper.
    Written May 7, 2019
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  • Wilmaris C
    San Juan, Puerto Rico97 contributions
    Every Sunday in Guayanilla, you will see the Mega Pulgero. You can go there and take good deals. You will find accessories, clothing, tech, pirate music and movies, plants, puertorican food and music. It's good to the family.
    Written October 22, 2016
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  • dustythoughts
    Manchester, CT1,459 contributions
    This small market in the Río Piedras neighborhood of San Juan has several vendors selling fresh produce, and a food court selling various tasty meals. The street leading up to this market has a lot of stores selling clothing, phones, and trinkets. There's music in the evenings, which is fun and adds to the festive vibe. This market is close to the University of Puerto Rico and isn't really aimed at tourists - if you want a larger shopping area, go to the Plaza las Américas.
    Written May 16, 2020
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  • Islandmama
    Minneapolis, MN87 contributions
    Thursday nights for street art fair at the town Square in Rincon. Definitely up and running, although not well publicized and no current website that I could find. Vendors seem to set up around 6 PM. We grabbed a couple pints across the street at at Rincon Beer Company to watch the set up, then had it over once the plaza was full of vendors. Something for everyone here! From hand made bracelets and better jewelry, paintings to suit all tastes and budgets, soaps oils and lotions, all sorts of baby hand knit items and toys, wooden creations galore, appreciative but not pushy artists fill the town square. Grab dinner and make an evening of it.
    Written February 21, 2022
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  • USN-Resident
    Washington DC, DC4 contributions
    Hidden Gem Shopping in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico.
    While only open 2 nights per week until 6pm, this is a Must Stop & Shop till you drop!

    I'm confident based Te Toca's owner Ms. Allison written response about "...Untapped Potential" at Cabo Rojo's Plaza that soon Local Island Artisans will soon Partner with Te Toca's Shoppe to meet the growing VRBO incoming tourists shopping demands of Parents & Students making Cabo Rojo The Spring Break Hot Spot over Mexico & DR!

    Cabo Rojo Mucho Gusto Daily Tour Bus PLEASE add Ms. Allisons Te Toca a Ti Tienda as your Grand Slam Cabo Rojo's Tour Finale Shopping Excursion!
    Written August 15, 2019
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