After a little walking along the walled city we arrived to Las Bóvedas. There you can find fancy and expensive handicrafts, paints, but also If you look carefully you can get good deals. Don't buy emeralds there they're expensive and low quality look for a certify vendor or jewelry. At the end of the Bóvedas they have bathrooms 1000 pesos... 更多
This place is a transformed prison with the cells renovated into stalls for artists to sell their wares. It's an interesting place to shop.
great spot for photos and right above on the walls you can catch magnificent sunsets. the shops are very weird the one lady seemed to be changing prices at whim. lots of souvenirs if you are looking for cheap/expensive trinkets.s
These are old armory and weapon warehouses when Cartagena's walls were under constant assail from pirates. Now they have been converted to shops for Colombian crafts. The stuff is not spectacular, but the bovedas are quite neat, tucked in the walls of the city.
The shops are nice, but all of them pretty much sell the same things. There are a few that offer different artisan items, but you have to look. Worth checking out, but not spending too much time.
All the shops had the same things and were very touristy. Outside each shop, tons of pushy vendors. You're better off wandering the souvenir shops in the Centro between Plaza Santo Domingo and The clock tower plaza. That being said, the building is pretty and it's a nice walk from the Centro. So if you need some last minute gifts... 更多
This market has many artesanias and other cool items you can buy to bring back home - from shirts, to jewelry, bags, pottery etc. The prices are good too.
Wifey did some of her touristy shopping here - no complaints. It's a series of shops offering local handicrafts primarily. Some of the items offered are quite extraordinary!