Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal, Quito

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Stroll down the narrow aisles of Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal, browsing the popular neighborhood market's abundant stalls. With leather goods, such as wallets, bags, and belts, and clothing ranging from traditional to international, you'll find plenty of tempting goods on display. Survey the stalls as you walk around, and check the prices with vendors: chances are you'll see the same object further down the line, possibly at a better price. Don't be afraid to act like a local and put your haggling skills to the test. Our Quito trip itinerary planner makes visiting Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal and other Quito attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We did not go to Otavalo which is the main artisanal market so I cannot really compare it to that but there were plenty of shops here. As with all artisanal markets, there are plenty of the same goods...  more »
  • If you can not travel to Otavalo, this market in the city of Quito has a variety of crafts at very good prices and very good quality. Very close to the hotel Hilton and very close to restaurants and bars.
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  • For my personal opinion the premises are ordained, variety of souvenirs and clothes in many materials the baths charged by usage, are not very neat, on the organization is very good the bad are the prices, greatly exaggerated, in several places in the city are the same products at half the price, if you are urged by some product here you will find it but very high prices
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  • This market has a lot of shops with blankets, ponchos, hats, scarfs and much more local wood art and apalca products. They do have a lot of the same, but overall the people are friendly. You can haggle over the price, but only to a certain limit from which they will not go any further. Because it has a roof over the market, you can also go there when the weather is less good.
  • Completely agree with Vincent's post. You can also walk a few block to any local place for lunch/dinner.