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Calle 16 de Septiembre

Calle 16 de Septiembre, La Paz, Mexico
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Nice for a visit

This area has lots of cute little local shops. Lots of shoe shops and a few coffee places and food... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2017
IndySig
,
Indy
via mobile
Calle 16 de September is way better than the Malecon for shopping!

Lots of great shops along this street - and if you go up as far as Calle Sedin, there is a great... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2017
Rebecca G
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Courtenay, Canada
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Shopping street lined with shops selling imported goods.
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good32%
  • Average16%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
9 Mar 2017
“Nice for a visit”
20 Jan 2017
“Calle 16 de September is way better than the Malecon for shopping!”
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Calle 16 de Septiembre, La Paz, Mexico
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Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

This area has lots of cute little local shops. Lots of shoe shops and a few coffee places and food places to eat. Nice diversion from the main drag

Thank IndySig
Reviewed 20 January 2017

Lots of great shops along this street - and if you go up as far as Calle Sedin, there is a great candy store that sells authentic vanilla for 31.5 pesos - we brought back 5!

Thank Rebecca G
Reviewed 26 February 2016

Our tour bus parked along this street just across from the Sears store as we were able to spend an hour enjoying the scenic beauty of this part of La Paz on 17 Feb 2016. The museum, the gorgeous trees, nice shops, and overall vibe...More

Thank Volcam
Reviewed 2 January 2016

The street runs up from the Malecon and ends at Church Mission. A local coffee shop ) " 5th Avenue" to the left of the church had live music and great coffee. Ibarra's Pottery is a hop skip and a jump away on Republic and...More

Thank tmayock
Reviewed 24 December 2015

Nice little area for shops and I believe is where the funky/farmers/crafts market was on Saturday! Nice for a stroll.

Thank METRUN360
Reviewed 20 December 2015

A must see while in la paz. So many shops and the marketbhas great sea food....camarones medio for 200$ pesos and lots of seafood as well as cheese, fruits and veggies. Lots of shops in the area

1  Thank jimmieddd
Reviewed 12 October 2015

this is a ridiculous street of no attraction what so ever, La Paz should be ashamed, sewage river when it rains, god bless!!

Thank RussianRiverGal
Reviewed 26 January 2015

this is a main street in la paz... has sears, the cultural museum, OXXO shops, hardware stores, subway shop, coffee shops, and it runs right into the malecon....

Thank captsquidly
Reviewed 6 January 2015

nice walk, many local shops and not much to see. Avoid in hot weather. It is better to walk by the Malecon.

1  Thank MTorre
Reviewed 9 May 2013

This main drag extends inland from the kiosk on the malecon. The stores and kiosks don't sell many handicrafts or the things tourists usually buy. This is where you go if you need everyday items or want to see what the locals re buying. The...More

6  Thank squirrelmama
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africagirleileen
15 March 2016|
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Response from METRUN360 | Reviewed this property |
Should be. Obviously any fruit/veg u buy should be rinsed and washed by u. I think meat and prepped products are a safer bet to eat on the street in CDMX just cuz of their nature.
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