This village is so pretty. It has fountains, gardens and pretty walking paths through buildings that remind you of a hacienda. The village has galleries, restaurants and unusual retail stores. My favorites were the Vue- a very pretty art gallery with sculptures, beautiful wall pieces and jewelry. The outside had wind sculptures which were quite unique. The woman at the... 更多
Just charming! Lots of fountains, a chapel, little niches with beautiful art work or flowers. A photo op everywhere you turned. Beautiful art galleries galore. We ate at the Mexican restaurant El Rincon. It was excellent. Spent about three hours here.
Even I, not an art lover, appreciated the art you can find all over this unpronounceable village. My wife, an art lover, wanted to buy everything they had but used her good sense to just look at most of it. Art lovers - enjoy!
We loved it here. It is beautiful and feels like a whole new destination. The shop offerings range from mid to high price but the architecture and restaurants offer up quite a bit for all. Great for all ages, it is very cool, European, fun. There is art to enjoy and scenic picture ops around every bend. Must see.
We learned about this place on our research and decided to put this place on our must-go destination on our 2-day stay in Sedona, only to find it was nothing but a tourist trap. The center was very well-constructed, with beautiful courtyards on every turn of corner. The buildings were very nice Spanish style. I agree if you just want... 更多
I came away shaking my head. Did I miss something? There just wasn't anything interesting about this place. I was looking for unique shops and restaurants, and could only find a few shops and fewer restaurants. We walked through and left.
If you like old world style architecture then you'll like this place. It has a charming quality about it with arched stone walls, fountains, Spanish style tiles on stairs going up to a second level of boutiques and shops, beautiful statues,and white birch trees growing intricately between shops and staircases. My daughter and I spent hours just wandering through every... 更多
I arrived just before 5 on a Sunday evening and most of the shops were closed or closing. It might have been an interesting place if things had been open. I had an average meal at an average Mexican restaurant with a pompous waiter.
I vacationed in Sedona with my three teenagers. We visited Tlaquepaque and browsed through many of the shops and galleries. I need to mention one gallery, specifically. Not because I know a thing about art, or could afford to buy anything I saw in any of the galleries, but because one employee was extremely kind and not at all condescending... 更多
My wife and I recently stopped by Tlaquepaque in Sedona, Arizona. We found the shops and galleries to be interesting and easy to browse through. It is especially handi-cap friendly as entry into the various businesses is quite easy. You can find art work, pottery, Indian made items, and any number of other things offered there. If you can't find... 更多