Traditional, touristic, but soooooo colourful and full of smiling willing to talk indigenous people. A must see.
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An interesting blend of artisan work, silver and souvenirs. Some very nice weaving. A very high end silver shop and offers tours of the work area. All in all seemed to be there for the tourists - I preferred the San Pedro market in Cusco
From the main street in town, you may think the market is small, but keep winding "inward" to the square. We spent over 2 hours wandering through the stalls and past the vendors selling vegetables, fruits, flowers, and fish. We went to Pisac to hopefully...More
I went there on Sunday since it was the best day of the week to go. I loved it there!! Lots of shops with silver jewelry, scarfs, hat, sweaters, purses, etc. Everything is so colorful and cheap. Locals selling all their fruits and vegetables too....More
This is a major market serving not only tourists but also locals. There were plenty of fruit, vegetables, and meats offered for sale. In addition there were many craft items for sale. The selection was good and the prices were very good. Everyone was very...More
We loved this market on Sunday and also on the other days we visited. Lots of fun shops to visit and either window shop or purchase memories. You will get asked several times to buy items but that is with any market. On Sunday, lovely...More
This market is located in a small town adjacent to the Pisac citadel. The market consists of many small shops, a bakery and many small alcoves with local craftsman selling their hand crafted goods. If you have the opportunity, it is a nice place to...More