A large selection of useful and pleasant things. Very interesting place with low prices. You can buy hammock and sugar skull and many more.
The Artesian Market of De La Ciudadela This was a very nice surprise. I was in the neighborhood of Condessa spending a few nights at the Red Tree House and decided against going to the famous Jamaica Market since all they had were flowers. I wanted to see something more than flowers. I asked about taking the bus and found... More
Lively, easy to market filled with artisans. A great variety of local items to purchase. Don't miss it. In the center is a wonderful authentic Mexican restaurant. Delicious. Worth all the time you can spend there!
I have been visiting this craft market since 1992. It has not changed too much in that time. The restaurant is ok although I think it was better in the past. Bathrooms are now cleaner and you have to have change (4 or 5 pesos) in order to get in. At this craft market you find a good selection of... More
It has everything you might be looking for from Mexico´s crafts in a single place at the best price. Only walk tru it takes about 2 hours, if you also want to do some shopping you might need a whole day or even come back if you want to fight the price and choose among the enourmous vairety of items... More
I have been coming to Mexico City since I was a little girl and this is the first time I have been to the Cuidadela. I don't know why my family has not told me to come here before since it is the best place for one stop shopping for arts and craft goods from all over Mexico. Like other... More
The easiest way to buy good art & crafts from all over the country. Prices are not as cheap as you might find in situ, but you can get very good bargains. Best of all is the convenience of having a wide variety of products under one roof. The restaurant offers a "Comida Corrida" which consist of a typical meal... More
lots of things to look at. Look through the whole market before making a purchase, you will find very competitive pricing amongst the vendors and one of everything you will want to purchase while in Mexico.
The selection was impressive - overwhelming for casual shoppers! We spent just a little time in the Mercado but enjoyed our visit, which can be credited to Fodor's, whose recommendation we followed to watch dancers congregate in Plaza de la Ciudadela on Saturday at noon. Extraordinary! The distinguished citizens of Mexico City don their finery and feathers (and that's just... More
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