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Mercado 28

north of the Coba and Tankah intersection | AV. 5 C.20 Y 22 Nte. 29-A, Cancun 77710, Mexico
+52 998 892 4303
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  • Average27%
  • Poor11%
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“leather goods” (17 reviews)
“mexican market” (10 reviews)
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north of the Coba and Tankah intersection | AV. 5 C.20 Y 22 Nte. 29-A, Cancun 77710, Mexico
+52 998 892 4303
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Stay away from Opalo Artenisan - they swore on their lives the jewelry they sold us was "REAL" the Tanzanite and diamond with platinum setting TURNED out to be sterling silver. The Tanzanite was a man made stone with a huge imperfection/crack throughout the stone...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Four of our group took a taxi to this flea market looking for souvenirs. We were not disappointed. As large as this is, I know we did see all of it. The vendors were helpful, if a little pushy. It was time well spent. We...More

Thank Thomas C
Reviewed 1 week ago

People don't leave you alone. It's very uncomfortable to walk there. They keep asking you to come. They chase after you!

Thank Nadim E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped for some souvenir shopping and while there are a lot of stalls the merchandise is repetitive and in some cases severely overpriced. Battering does not bother me but in some of the jewelry stores the staff are overly aggressive to the point of...More

Thank trishtci
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very typical tiangis/flea market, which I find completely enjoyable. Sellers are very receptive to haggling and although are persistent, are not rude. The further in you go, the more affordable the items get. If you take the bus, don't get distracted by the plaza 28...More

Thank verito_burrito
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This market was great to find deals on souvenirs and other miscellaneous items. All the listed prices are wayyy over inflated, and you definitely have to be good at bargaining and knowing when to walk away. There was a pair of shorts I went to...More

Thank Akurtis28
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great place to grab lunch, walk around, and do some souvenir shopping. We took the bus here and got a taxi back to our hotel.

Thank Mich90650
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I've been to many areas around Mexico and this isn't the best shopping/bargaining place. We ended up working hard to bargain for the purchase of 4 nicer shot glasses...we ended up seeing the same shot glasses at the airport convenience store for a few cents...More

Thank Melody N
Reviewed 12 September 2017

I'm an idiot. I read all of the bad reviews, and thought those travelers just aren't well seasoned. I'm sure it's not THAT bad. WRONG! It was awful. We stayed maybe five minutes. Every turn you make you are HOUNDED by extremely pushy salespeople bombarding...More

1  Thank mgwtrader
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

All sell the same stuff, there is some bargains to get, but once you've been to one stall you been to them all. They all state they have the 'best' items and 'best prices' but they're all the same. The market is like a maze...More

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3 January 2017|
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Response from Jerry_Bagnell | Reviewed this property |
We chose not to walk when the bus is only 10.5 pesos. Taxis cost too much by comparison. We only used taxis after dark.
17 April 2016|
Response from tigre69 |
Some vendors do accept credit cards.
25 March 2016|
Response from A_Hanzou | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Staying at that hotel, you won´t need anything else! Now if you want to tour a little bit or go to theis market you may take an ADO Bus that travels along the 307 Highway, this bus comes from Playa del Carmen. but that... More
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