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Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal

Reina Victoria and Juan Leon Mera on Jorge Washington road | Reina Victoria and Juan Leon Mera on Jorge Washington road, Quito, Ecuador
+593 2-225-4420
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Reina Victoria and Juan Leon Mera on Jorge Washington road | Reina Victoria and Juan Leon Mera on Jorge Washington road, Quito, Ecuador
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

After spending a day in Otavalo, I thought we were done shopping but no, we came here the next day. Friends wanted to see (and buy) more stuff. Yeah, it’s fun to go shopping. Mercado Artesanal is about a block big and is the place...More

Thank Indiana_Jonesse
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

Enjoy a fun time walking the streets with townspeople, eating good cheap food. Then Grab a souvenir and head home.

Thank Louelife
Reviewed 14 July 2017

We stayed at the JW Marriott and it was an easy walk to the market. Otherwise, it would be about a $2 cab ride. Cab drivers will usually state a higher price but when asked for a lower fare, they will go down in price....More

Thank minnesotans4
Reviewed 1 July 2017

If you are flying out of Quito and have the time it is worth the visit. Shop around and see what is available before you make your purchase. A great place to buy an inexpensive Panama hat. Some vendors will bargain more than others. I...More

1  Thank Heart2Travel2
Reviewed 28 June 2017

We enjoyed going up and down the aisles of booths. Many sold the same things, but it was good to comparison shop. Be sure to bargain for your items. Don't just take the first price. I got some nice scarves, a chess set, playing cards,...More

1  Thank boymomdfw
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Yes, it's a typical tourist trap filled with rows of souvenir stalls and by the looks of it most of the stuff is mass produced because I saw the exact same stuff in Otavalo market which is about a 1.5 hour leisurely drive from Quito....More

Thank VasiliPan
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Grab your cheesy magnets, alpaca blankets and hats in this giant market on your way out of Ecuador. There are tons of vendors, many selling similar goods, so it's not too challenging to bargain for a better price than you're originally quoted.

1  Thank Julia S
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Near El Ejido Park, this was a nice mercado for souveniers. We bought some Ecuadorian chocolate (2/$5) and some scarves (3/$5). At the tail end of our trip we visited Otavalo on an off-market day. Otavalo had much more to offer than just souvenirs from...More

1  Thank Jen M
Reviewed 19 March 2017

If you are in the area and in the market for average quality souvenirs or just want to buy yourself a new poncho, this might be the market for you. Many of the stalls sell the same merchandise and when you begin to wander the...More

1  Thank GlobalStaci
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The market has lots of vendors. Space is very tight. You can find many choices of all kinds of goods. Vendors are more than willing to sell.

Thank wayne m
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