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All reviews accept credit cards san angel art market bought several small parks colonial house buy things silver jewelry mexican handicrafts saturday market unique pieces for sale nice market art lovers cobblestone streets walk around couple of hours
Nice way to spend a Saturday mid-morning. We had some delicious tamales from a vendor on the street, picked up some tchotchkes, and admired the art. Couldn’t take any home, even though we would’ve liked to because of the size.
The market is open on Saturdays. Definitely will need 2-3 hours to folly explore the market and a nearby San Angel area.
The market had some good finds, but some of it was over priced vs. If you centrueed farther out to a more local...More
Stroll along cobble stoned streets while you find real nice handcrafts and paintings. Get to meet the artists. Stop by for drinks, lunch or sweets at any of the great places surrounding the park Plaza San Jacinto.
Only Saturday’s, so, if ever in town on...More
This market is near the center of the historic San Angel district with cobblestone streets and lovely architecture.
The market itself is in a 2 story building with a center courtyard that serves as a restaurant.
The shops are along the inside perimeter of the...More
We arrived Mexico City on Friday, hence we have opportunity to visit El Bazar Sabado which only happen on Saturday. We spend around half a day in this place, so many great artists and their arts. Some artist came from outher cities to display their...More
I’m sure you could take a taxi or a bus; I got as close as I could and walked from the nearest Metro station.
The artwork here is amazing; if you’re a fan of local art just come to stroll through both small parks. As...More
Great atmosphere, one of the best Tamarind margarita in the city, but... the service was very bad, waiter can’t describe a dish from the menu, second waiter didn’t keep the first one’s order and food came in a mess..
Bazar Sábado gets crowded so get there early. Inside the actual bazaar building there are beautiful and unique artisan crafts that aren’t found other places. Outside there are multiple shops, stands, restaurant and an outdoor art gallery and all have fun things to look at....More
San Ángel is known for its artistic vibe and elegant details displayed throughout its streets, antique residences and haciendas where famous actors like Consuelo Velázquez, Capulina and other prominent families used to live and that have now been turned into beautiful galleries, cafés and restaurants. An array of cultural and artistic activities are organized in the neighborhood, but it is on Saturdays
when the San Jacinto Plaza and surroundings really shine as artists gather to exhibit a variety of arts and crafts, from paintings to clothing.
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Street parking all around, you are in an affluent residential area overall with art and artisans in the parks and shops. I often drive in Mexico. It is Saturday - the only heavy traffic is closer to Mexico City on certain... More
Street parking all around, you are in an affluent residential area overall with art and artisans in the parks and shops. I often drive in Mexico. It is Saturday - the only heavy traffic is closer to Mexico City on certain main arteries. I opted my last trip to use Uber which I found both reliable and reasonably priced.