Mercado Tirso de Molina, Santiago

(3.7/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at Mercado Tirso de Molina, an inviting no-frills market selling a wide variety of goods. The market attracts locals from all walks of life, so visiting gives you the chance to observe a cross section of traditional Chilean society. Head downstairs for stalls selling fresh fruit, nuts, sundries, and a wide array of handicraft souvenirs. Upstairs is a massive selection of traditional food stalls, from customizable salads and soups to delicious fresh-squeezed juice. Plan your Mercado Tirso de Molina visit and explore what else you can see and do in Santiago using our Santiago travel itinerary maker.
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  • Multicultural market, several Latin American countries, very cheap. Is aesthetically nicer out q on the inside but it is fun to know this place of Santiago, q this in front of the central market
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  • On the second floor: some local to eat. Some of food Peruvian very rich. There is plenty of space so the tables are attached each other, if you are very full, is uncomfortable. It could improve the distribution of tables, give them more space.
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  • The place on the outside does not give much to be desired enter. Frumpy and little care. Once you enter a series of stalls where fresh fruits and vegetables offer. Second floor a particular quantity of food from all countries wanting one Colombian Peruvian Chilean... most of all. Rich dishes and abundant at a good price. Only lack concern for their environment.
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  • Great place to have a traditional meal
  • Mercado típico, aquí podrás encontrar frutas, verduras, quesos, jugos naturales, abarrotes y una amplia variedad de cocinerías en su segundo piso.
  • Good cheap food
  • Peruvian, Colombian , Mexican & Thai food for very affordable prices, just visit the second floor.
  • Pleasant atmosphere, lack of security, cleanliness and order. The best care is the second Paola garzona level close to the pergola restaurant Carmen, they recommend.
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