This huge market goes on for blocks. You can find almost everything here. As you wander from stall to stall and section to section every sensory organ is working overtime. Arrive early for best choice of perishables. Allow ample time for exploration. It is easy to spend several hours here.
Must visit for anyone who wants to immerse into local culture and get real feel for local life. Countless rows of colorful fruit stands, clothes, leather products and even life animals. If you are brave enough you can grab something to eat here as well for super cheap. Walk Calle 56 on the eastern side of the market and you... 更多
We came here to gawk. This is such a huge and bustling market. It has produce, durable goods, and food stalls for the locals. The carrots, avocados, radishes are brilliantly colorful. The food is authentic and cheap. At 10 o'clock in the morning, the locals feast on tortas for 10 pesos each.
We were looking for the traditional "Queso de Bola" or Ball Cheese and had a great experience doing so, you can find everything from food to local produce as well as souvenirs.
Went here a couple times to buy fruit and veggie's and it was a great experience. Stall after stall of everything from limes to puppies. A little unnerving at first but a great experience none the less. If you like crowds an people watching this will be right p your ally, Cheap prices as this is where the local's shop
This is a local market with a very wide variety of food stuffs, food vendors, clothing, hardware, etc, etc. etc. It seems to go on for ever. Lots to see and can be very busy. It was really enjoyable just to walk around and see all the things for sale. I am Canadian and we really do not have anything... 更多
If you want to experience the "real" Mexico away from all of the tourist stuff then you need to visit here. It is a huge market and they sell everything from meat to gems. It is crazy big and thank God we had an awesome guide from ShoreExcursioneer that was able to lead us thru it and keep us all... 更多
Lots to see, loads of fruit not seen or heard of in UK. We tried mamey which is worth a go! Avocados the size of small melons. Very busy and tricky to navigate, getting lost is fine, but keeping to children from flagging in the heat is hard!
We loved discovering the spices, the fruits and vegetables. You also have crafts, we purchased a hat and a guayabera and the price was faire for the quality (handmande). Go early in the morning or later at night, it gets very hot (as anywhere else in town)