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i couldn't believe how cheap the souvenirs were for clay, leather and silver products. i ended up buying quite a number of things to bring back home. and if you ask for a discount they take off a few soles. and they accept usd.
This market is located in the Miraflores area of Lima. It is a great source of handmade Peruvian textiles including the likes of yarns, sweaters, alpaca blankets, shawls, hats, scarves to name a few items. Also available is silver jewelry. It is also best to...More
This market is big and it has a great variety of shops.
They have amazing blankets made out of alpaca wool. really soft and beautiful.
Definately a must go when you are in the center of Lima. Next to it there is also a small...More
It was fun to visit this market and the Indian market across the street to see a variety of shoppes with gifts for people back at home. There is a lot of clothing, and you can find most of what you want here. The prices...More
If you are looking for all the classic Peruvian goods then this is the place to get them. The shop owners are friendly and will come down on prices. They will accept Soles or USD and some shops will accept Visa credit card. I got...More
We came here on our first and last day in Peru. I think this is a great one stop shop to get all your souvenirs. I was able to buy scarves, a stuffed alpaca, a doll with a Peru passport, some carved gourds, and a...More
The market was awesome. It had so many different souvenirs that you cannot see anywhere els but in Peru. I bought myself 2 Alpaca sweaters which I will be giving the other one to my 13 year old daughter.
This didn't feel like anything special, but probably because we had gone to our fair share of markets in Cusco and Ollantaytambo. The vendors are less "sales-y" here, which is nice, but the wares are by-and-large the same as what you'd see in some of...More