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All reviews lots of shops artisan shops casa luna walking street great shopping people watch art galleries tourist shops mexican families great place to walk couple hours street vendors unique items main plaza few hours wander around colonial architecture
This place is the best- one of my favorite moments from our trip to Jalisco. This little shopping district is the best place to buy beautiful local ceramics, textiles, jewelry, art, books- you name it! There are plenty of great restaurant and bar options, mariachis...More
Tlaquepaque isn't as busy as other towns we visited in the area, but it has a really nice string of shops, restaurants, and stands for you to enjoy. Lots of little souvenirs and trinkets to purchase. There's also a really cool designer store that had...More
This is a very crowded place but this is a very typical pf any mexican down town. You can find hand crafted things and they will be cheaper than the airport stuff. They accept Visa and MasterCard on the indoor stores and only cash on...More
My wife and I had a few hours to kill while on a layover at GDL. We decided to take advantage of this time and visit Tlaqupaque. We had a great time eating, drinking, and shopping. Independencia Avenue was a little crowded, but very fun....More
Independencia is the central avenue of an open marketplace with a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and street vendors. It's well worth the effort to visit. You'll find upscale jewelers and trendy home goods as well as larger than life religious statuary. High quality leather,...More
We strolled around Independencia Avenue and had a blast. We people watched, Enjoyed the public art and had a passable dinner of ceviche and guacamole. I'm sure we could have found an excellent restaurant but we really didn't try.
We sat in the church square...More
Great area for walking, shopping and eating. Wonderful selection of shops, from tourist trinkets to high end art and sculpture. If you are tired of shopping, many, many bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from. We spend the better part of a day here and...More