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If you get up early and want a great place to start your day in Cozumel, then check out this market. It opens from 7 am to 1 pm. You'll find the market downtown, 4 blocks back from the oceanfront on the corner of Calle...More
I stopped here to buy fruit quite often. Avocados, oranges, Dominican (baby) bananas, honey, watermelon, ginger, etc at quite reasonable prices. I also bought some tupperware and "Cuban waiter shirts" which have four pockets and embroidery on the front. All the various vendors were worthy...More
For less than $10, you can take a taxi from the international port to the Mercado Municipal (always check your taxi rate BEFORE the trip starts). Great little Mexican market -- not big, a little dimly lit, and NOT the stop for you if you...More
On the hunt for souvenirs we stopped in at the Mercado Municipal. While we did not obtain the desired souvenirs, we were treated with an authentic market experience complete with raw meats, fruits, veggies, and a plethora of mini restaurants that offered a variety of...More
If you want to know a typical Mexican Market old style, this is it. You will find fresh food from the day, fish, chicken, clothing, and other products.
In the USA would be like the farmers market.
Additionally, it has a food court deserved to...More
If you are in San Miguel for any length of time you have to visit the municipal market. Located five blocks up from the main plaza by the Ferry it is a short walk from center of town. Inside the market you will find fresh...More
Cute farmer's market where you can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and fish directly from the producers. The quality of the fruits and vegetables is actually better (and cheaper) than the other grocery stores. You can also buy spices and have a quick lunch at...More
We walked around this area for a few hours, there are loads of small stores of every nature, lots of stores that went away when home depot moved in at home :-) we found some great jewellery deals at the casa de cambios sort of...More