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We generally park on the roof and head downstairs to market. Very good selection of items. Easy to bargain. We often then go across the street to the Indian Market. Not much difference except the selection at different stalls changes with what they have brought....More
This is the place to shop!!! Clean, safe area. No one pushes or pulls you to go into their stall. No pressure. You can buy everything here - from cheap to expensive - all the gifts for friends back home. Prices are great and be...More
This is an enjoyable market. Be prepared to haggle as the shop owners will. It can be a bit overwhelming. The colors are amazing. It does that time to walk through as many of the vendors sell the same items. Some start much higher so...More
Great experience for grandparents and families with young children. The service was fast, even when busy. The waitresses were bilingual which helped with non-spanish speakers. The food was great and any visitor has to try the milk shakes.
There is everything to buy and to barter for. The silver is good 950 quality some exceptional pieces. So a present can be found for everyone. But a tip across the road are also markets for shoes, table runners and all sorts of knickknacks at...More
Great market for souvenirs. I thought the prices were great. You’d pay three times as much for the same thing at the airport. I also thought there was a wider variety of goods compared to similar markets in Aguas Calientes and Cusco. The day we...More
I am A Brit working in Peru - June 2018. Get a taxi to the Inca Market - there are lots of adjoining markets - Spanish / Indian / Artisan markets. All sell the same type ponchos, silverware, table runners, shawls (Kapas), every alpaca item...More