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This a newer market just off the town square with four levels. It’s still new so many spaces are not yet open. It offers a fruit and vegetable area as well as spots for clothes, electronics and novelties. They have some typical outfits. I did...More
We followed the recommendations on the forum to visit the Solola market and especially planned to be here on a Friday which is apparently the busiest.
Arriving from Pana with the chicken bus and from there in another van up the hill to the market....More
The Solola Market is such a vibrant, colorful market. It is filled with the sights, sounds, and smells of what Guatemalans buy and sell. It was fascinating to walk among the many booths to see what was available to buy. The isles are not very...More
This twice weekly market was really good. We enjoyed it much more than its touristy counterpart in ChiChicastenango. We only saw a total of 5 other gringos at the Solola market. The items we purchased there were very good value. The people were quite friendly....More
I took the chicken bus from Panajachel which took about 15 mins, interesting trip up the mountain to Sololá. The market is only held on Tuesdays and well worth a visit to see the local people selling everything from flowers to live chickens.
I stop here almost once a week to buy vegetables. I found some great yoga pants also! And herbs! the list goes on! Definitely an authentic market with many useful items to buy and admire, like the mountains of onions! Great prices too! When I...More
We arranged a tour of the Friday Solola market with Voltan Tours. Everything you can imagine is sold here: vegetables, soap products, Crocs, live animals to rope. The real experience is to see the authentic dress of men and women at the market. Dina, our...More
Our guide Carlos took us to this local market on our way to Lake Atitilan. We were able to mingle with the local people doing their daily shopping. It was very colourful and interesting. A good insight into daily life.
On Tuesdays and Fridays Solola is a busy market place. A lot of people in beautiful cloth come from outlying villages to the market. From Pana its 15 minutes by chickenbus ( Q3) to Solola. Its an covered market and they sell everything you name....More