My husband really wanted to visit this, although we have been to many around the world. It was no different except there were a lot of live animals which concerned me. Very crowded with people and junk.
Open on Sundays, this street market covers a square mile and offers food, antiques, clothing, jewelry and everything one can imagine. Take a cab and just tell them the name of this market and they all know its location. It was 120 pesos from the old part of the city.
It is fun to wander along with the crowds on Sunday but there is nothing of real interest for sale - just the usual piles of knick knacks, "antiques" and junk.
WOW is the first thing that needs to be said! I underestimated how big this event is, on Sundays, you would swear this was a once a year festival or something given the amount of energy pouring out of this street. The atmosphere is incredibly lively. I walked streets for hours, in all directions, and didn't even realize it. I... 更多
Grey Sunday in July but still spent an hour wandering around the street market which would be a very handy place if you wanted to set up house in Montevideo. Being a traveler I was more interested in people watching with mainly locals clutching their matte apparatus as they inspected the wares. I am working on my Spanish and the... 更多
I have been at the Tristan Narvaja market several times. My last long visit was in March 2016. First, I should say I thought they were don't by lunch time. Not so. It was almost 3pm when we left and they were still going. Second, wear comfortable walking shoes if you plan to really walk around the entire market. I... 更多
amazing little street market, filled with anything and everything you could possibly want. if you like the shabby chic trend, this is the place to come, with everything from brass light fittings to art deco floor tiles to old number plates. it is spread over quite a large area, we allowed a couple of hours, but spent around 4 just... 更多
This is the place to wander and shop for hours with locals. Any and everything (from handmade jewelry to plumbing supplies, bombillas to remote princess telephones) is displayed in a warren of streets covering many blocks. It covers a very large number of streets. Get there early as it gets very crowded.