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I took my 3 children on a little shopping expedition to Market Square. What fun! The clothing is so beautiful you just can't make up your mind! The market is full of every kind of store you could want, from religious items to punk stuff...More
If you are in the market for items coming from Latin America countries this is the place to go. Lots of different shops, restaurants and small kiosk type merchandise and food all through out this area. Very reasonable prices.
Mexican clothes, hats, jewelry, pottery if you want it they have it. Multiple stores and vendors throughout the two buildings. It will take a better half of a day to see it all. The restaurants and even little cafes offer a wide selection of Mexican...More
They have lots of vendors, food & even a air condioned area. Many shops selling anything you want in the way souvenirs. If you get hot, go inside where you can shop & be cooled. Sever vendors selling food, soft drinks & alcohol. You can...More
I am obsessed with Hispanic cultural so this is a MUST go! So many interesting shops and places to eat as well as the style and look of the shops! The boutiques and stores are more on the expensive side but the fountains and feel...More
We took a walk to the Market place after reading rave reviews on various travel sites. Outdoors, everything was beautiful, colorful flags hanging across the walkways made for stunning photos, there were ample restaurants to choose from (including Mi Tierra, which demands a visit!) and...More
Response from StaceyNDevo | Reviewed this property |
I agree with a spending cap. I would say for food AND a souvenir-$50. I also would empower them with the phrase "not yet". There are so many high pressure sales going on in this market. Let them know that they are the one in... More
I agree with a spending cap. I would say for food AND a souvenir-$50. I also would empower them with the phrase "not yet". There are so many high pressure sales going on in this market. Let them know that they are the one in control and to not be pushed into buying before they see everything they want to see. Otherwise, they may as well buy from the first shop they walk into and go have lunch with what little they have left. I also recommend eating FIRST. Memories of San Antonio food are some of my favorites!!
Response from daisylouwho | Reviewed this property |
I walked there with a foreign visitor and it was daylight. There were many homeless people along the route and I did not feel overly unsafe but I did not feel super safe either as we walked to and from. I would not walk... More
I walked there with a foreign visitor and it was daylight. There were many homeless people along the route and I did not feel overly unsafe but I did not feel super safe either as we walked to and from. I would not walk there alone again BUT once there I felt perfectly safe. In other words, although, it is within walking distance of the Alamo, I would drive.