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Alley of the Frogs (Callejon de los Sapos)

Puebla, Mexico
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“flea market” (21 reviews)
“fun shopping” (2 reviews)
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Puebla, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

we went there on sturday so they had some small shops on the street. that makes the steeet more beautiful and also interesting. you can see some antique crafts, pitures or photos. great to visit!

Thank Eunmee J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a very interesting market, with nice things to see and good place for affordable souvenirs but the quality of the product is not good. My recommendation is to spend a bit more and get the real thing in one of the authentic ceramic...More

Thank alyhudsoncph
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

I usually will cruise through a market at top speed but this was something else! Every stall had really interesting and beautiful antiques, I went up and down every single aisle and I hope its on again tomorrow because I want to go back!

Thank Joey I
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

There over a holiday weekend, Easter, and this was one of the many lovely areas visited. The re are around 3 blocks with a nice mix of souvenirs, flea market type finds/stores and real antique stores. I think I was most impressed with the real...More

Thank DallasJeffA
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

This charming little street is chock full of small antique stores, some filled with touristy kitsch and others hiding the occasional treasure. We visited at the beginning of Semana Santa and all the surrounding streets were also filled with vendors, shoppers and gawkers.

Thank Jack G
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

It's a nice place to go on a Saturday afternoon , there's lots of different things for sale, mostly antiques . Good Prices and great talking with the vendors. You must like to "chacharear" like we say.. which means to shop for hours for not...More

Thank Aline L
Reviewed 7 March 2017

A very cute street with different vendors and products, you can find gorgeous and valuable things, and you can get ripped off as well, but that´s up to you, there´s lots to see, and buy!

Thank RifkaRM
Reviewed 5 March 2017

Every Sat & Sun, antique fair pops up here. It was fun looking around the stalls. We bought a few items.

Thank motohachi
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

Best souvenirs in town and awesome antiques as well don't forget to enter in to every store you will no regret it!

Thank USAIRWAYSELITE
Reviewed 5 February 2017

Strange name in English for the area known as Sapo's. Several antique shops in this area along with a very active weekend flea market which has crafts, antiques and many different collectable items. Some of these antique shops can be spendy and others of great...More

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Response from Juan Carlos A | Reviewed this property |
Los barrios en Puebla, como en todos los lugares más típicos y pueblos mágicos de México, data de épocas del virreinato y más específicamente en este caso, de alrededor de 1731 aunque sólo hace unos 30 años que se efectúa... More
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