Great little market in the plaza near General Osario with an assortment of unique offerings. Well worth a visit, although they could do with some more food options.
About Feira Hippie de Ipanema
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We were stuck with something to do on our last day in Rio, so decided to visit this market. It only happens on a Sunday. There are all kinds of stalls, some selling the same stuff you will find anywhere else in Rio, albeit decidedly...More
I bought my girlfriend a nice bracelet here, made by a couple that owns their own small business. You don't need to spend a lot of time here, but it's fun to look around.
Apart from touristy souvenirs, you can buy some original jewellery and art here. It says it is open until 8, but when I visited most of people were closing around 5.
We first came here in 1999 on our 1st trip to Rio. At that time we purchased an original painting from an artist named Manoarino - his paintings now sell for about 16 times what we paid for it then. In the park there are...More
If you want to visit a market with much arts and crafts, then this is the place. Everything from real leather handbags to paintings, jewellery and ornaments is located all in this one spot. the fair is open from 8:00am to 8:00pm. My husband sampled...More
The market seems to run only on Sundays at the square right next to a main metro station. The market itself wasn't particularly significant from any other. Lots of jewellery and craft stalls and even more tourists. If you happen to be stuck for something...More
A lot of tents with handmade jewelry and accessories, leather bags, paintings and good food! Don't miss the tradicional Acarajé from the "Tenda das Baianas", a very tradicional dish from the northeast of Brazil. Watch out for the pepper! :)
My wife and I have been visiting the Ipanema Feira Hippie since the 1970s. In the old days you could pick up some really nice works of art from unknown artists for reasonable prices at this open air street fair. In recent times, much of...More
Great art and artifacts of all types: jewelry, leather, paintings, woodwork and metalwork. My favorite was Ivan and his beautiful wooden bike. Most of the vendors' cars parked around the square were VW vans, lending to the hippie vibe. Tons of dining options around.