This is more than just one street this is the downtown area where if you're living here I have a house it's where you go for food, restaurants, the bank and any incidentals. Our favorite fish store is on the corner Kitty corner from the brick bank - in addition to picking up fresh fish crab squid etc. they sell... 更多
We drove here from Los Cabos for half day trip. We spent more time driving than in the town. Not sure if we missed the actual galleries. We were here on a Tues afternoon and 30% of shops were not open. To me it was typical Mexican fare...we must have not been in right area where galleries were?? Anyway -... 更多
Some really nice blankets, glassware, decorations, etc. lots of variety, prices aren't cheap, but are reasonable and the selection is good.
Easy to get around, and the street is long enough to be interesting but short enough to be able to walk from one end to the other in a relatively short time. As others have said, a lot of the shops have the same things you find in shops all over Mexico and the owners can be a little pushy... 更多
Shop after shop for both men and women. Shop owners are welcoming and great at answering questions. Visit this small town before it is ruined by future hoards of people!
We were in Todos Santos and had the chance to visit Calle Juarez. Cute street with lots of typical shops, mexican handcrafts and one or two places to pick up something to eat. Not much to do really, we tried to walk around and visit the little shops but again nothing exciting and way overpriced (shop in Cabo instead). I... 更多
It is like every other touristy street in any other town in Mexico or elsewhere. There were not many people, considering it was high season. Everything was overpriced and cheap-looking. it's an OK place if you have nothing else to do.
Even though the town is pretty torn up, we were still able to navigate our way through the mess to enjoy the day browsing through the many great shops along this street. Lots of wonderful artwork, restaurants and unique souvenirs and gifts that you won't find in Cabo. On stopping in at some of the galleries we were fortunate enough... 更多
The streets of Pueblo Magico are going through a major renovation. All utilities like water sewer and electric are buried underground and before it will get nice again, it is going to be not so pleasant walking along many Todos Santos streets. But don't let it be a deterrent not to visit the shops and restaurants because the merchants need... 更多