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Fun market - a good starter market

This market was relatively small (while selling souvenirs, fruit/veg, flowers, food, coffee...). I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Cool Market Near Frida Kahlo Museum

The Mercado Coyoacán is a super cool market in the Coyoacán barrio of Mexico City. Just hop on the... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2018
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Reviewed March 12, 2018 via mobile

Nice City.. I actually went for the tostadas that everyone ranted & raved about. Not happening, unless you like your food sitting out & for who knows how long.. But We did find another little hidden gem, with a great family.. that makes you feel like you are the #1 guest at the table. It doesn't feel like he gets enough recognition.. but if you pay this man a visit.. he will make you feel like family. The service great, food amazing & fresh & everything everyone ordered after us looked Amazing! Mostly seafood.. but the cocktails, fish with white rice & salad.. Omg! I will visit again. I just can't say enough

4  Thank Ella811
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Reviewed March 7, 2018

This market is located close to the center of Coyoacán. It is an interesting place to visit if you want to learn about how Mexicans eat and shop on their everyday lives. You will find all kinds of sellers, from those who only supply vegetables and fruits, to full-fledged restaurants that have been built inside the premises of the market. You will also find nice crafts to buy if you want to take some traditional things as gifts.

3  Thank datamath
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Reviewed January 24, 2018

I visited this market as it is only 1 block away from the Frida Khalo museum. The place is great. From fresh fruit juice to freshly killed chickens, you can find everything there!
I found a large "tostadas" place, and had 3 tostadas for under 8 GBP, with a juice (the pineapple one was great!)
you can find nice souvenirs for a decent price.

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Reviewed December 19, 2017

This is a two-story market that is busiest on weekends. During the week, many stalls aren't open. The lower floor has the usual curios, like clothing, blankets, jewelry, art and home goods. The second floor caters more to the hipster crowd: real and henna tattoos, piercings, incense and some marijuana paraphernalia, but there are other things there too. Prices are comparable to other touristy markets and with the exchange rate of the dollar right now, most things are a bargain. As always, don't buy the first thing you see. You'll see many more, and can get an idea of the going price.

There is a semi-clean restroom to the right of the entrance to the market, with a cost of 5 pesos. Coyoacan is busiest on the weekends, but there's also more to see.

Thank Lakeside31
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Reviewed December 18, 2017 via mobile

This city is a must when you visit Mexico City, the market is not that big but they have a lot of things that you might be interested in buying for example incense, handmade bags, handmade soaps, herbs etc. etc. It is recommended to go and visit the market and then go across the street and eat some tacos or some corn worth the visit.

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