Mercado Artesanal La Mariscal, Quito
(3.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Andean articles, souvenirs for tourists, colorful. All very well but in some local price is too expensive, I guess that for materials and quality. The best? The helados de paila
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  • Small market with stalls selling almost the same things. Bargaining is the problem here like any other souvenir places. What's the real price when you bargain? Just go there and see the hype of it. 
  • I love this place. We have been the Artesanal market in Otavalo and this is similar to that market. If you need to buy souvenirs, here is the place to get them. You may not find anything better in Old...  more »
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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.