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Nice flea market style place in Mazatlan, Mexico. Located in the historic district of Mazatlan... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2018
ExpoNationals
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CA
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Great food market

Great food market with lots of food stalls selling fruits and produce, fish and seafood, chicken... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
Rschagrin
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Delray Beach, Florida
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Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

Nice flea market style place in Mazatlan, Mexico. Located in the historic district of Mazatlan. Reminds me of an indoor farmers market. There are tons of vendors selling all kinds of goods. Need clothes, electronics, food, or souvenirs? You will find them plus more at...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2018

Great food market with lots of food stalls selling fruits and produce, fish and seafood, chicken and other meats. On the perimeter are all kinds of stores selling everything.

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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

Mercado Pino Suarez was built in 1899 and seems to have changed little in more than 100 years. While many tourist items can be purchased here in the booths around the outside edge, the real flavor of the market can be found in the central...More

1  Thank Sheryl L
Reviewed 25 March 2018

Crazy mishmash of tacky t-shirt shops that all have the same junk for tourists, combined with food stalls that sell produce, meat, and all sorts of other items. Plus there are restaurants upstairs. Its kind of like stepping back in time to the way the...More

1  Thank Greg C
Reviewed 4 February 2018

I'm a diehard foodie and I'll eat just about anything, anywhere, but I had to draw the line at the little local eateries in the Mercado Pino Suarez. This market is a must-see for all visitors to Mazatlan if only to take in the various...More

1  Thank moviegal226
Reviewed 8 January 2018

An easy way to get to the market from the Golden Zone is to take a green (color, not environmental status) bus. It goes along the eastern edge of the market. There are many shops around the perimeter of the market, also. We ate breakfast...More

1  Thank tin_horn
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

We stopped here because again there was a book I read with my students last year talked about the meecado. This place was huge wih lots of goos to sell.

1  Thank debbie w
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

It's fun to go and see the market but the am is really the best time. The last time we went we walked in where several girls were trying to sell things and got very loud and annoying. They were really over the top but...More

3  Thank Kelli O
Reviewed 2 March 2017

My second trip to Mazatlan and a return visit to the main market located in the historic district. This is the real thing where the local poulation does their shopping. There are stands that specialize in everything you need for your "home." There are tortilla...More

1  Thank NorthJerseyTraveler8
Reviewed 8 February 2017

Came back in december and to my delight the restaurants on second floor still the same. stalls of everything to devil statues to radishes on first floor. something for everyone. yea you gotta bargain that is part of the fun

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Response from Dave B | Reviewed this property |
To ride you can hop a pulmonia (local golf cart transports) right outside the terminal and they can take you right there for about $50-$60 pesos (or about $3 usd). To walk you can follow the "blue line" to the plazuela... More
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