Mercado Tirso de Molina, Santiago

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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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  • Situated just opposite the fish-biased Mercado Central on the other bank of the mighty Mapocho River stands Tirso de Molina, the smaller sibling of the two fruit and vegetable markets in Recoleta (the...  more »
  • it´s not fancy at all, but the food and the prices are very good. you can find Chilean food, and from Peru and colombia as well.  more »
  • A total must in Santiago de Chile, plenty of local and international food in the local food market. Tirso de Molina offers an amazing gastronomic experience if you dare to visit. Not the nicest or tre...  more »
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  • Nice marketplace with a filling first floor. Many restaurants on the second. Hosts will hustle you to eat at their restaurants. It was interesting to see all the different types of produce grown and offered in Santiago and Chile.
  • The best cheese you can find there in "ELReY Del Queso"
  • Market where you can buy different kind of fruits and vegetables. Also, in the second floor, there several restaurants.
  • I didn't see the second floor as I was too busy buying fruit and veg from the first. It's so much cheaper here than the supermarket literally more than half the price so get all you daily fruit and veg from here if you live close by.
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