Mercado Coral Negro, Cancun
Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Haggle your way through the colorful winding lanes of Mercado Coral Negro. Packed with wares from rugs to sombreros, hammocks, pottery, silver, and leather, the market is a bustling hub where you can pick up souvenirs and gifts to take home. Negotiating on price with the vendors is all part of the experience, so shop around to find a bargain and don't be swayed by combative haggling from the sellers. Watch for the open-air eatery, which offers inexpensive Mexican cuisine. Plan to see Mercado Coral Negro and other attractions that appeal to you using our Cancun travel itinerary planner.
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Getting off the bus we wanted to have a look over the road for some souveniers to take home just stepping foot on the other side we were hounded to shop in this shop and that shop,we told them we woul... read more »
The vendors are, indeed, very pushy here but if you relax and don't get startled, you can have fun here. Even though I was sure it was a mistake, we bought tees from the first vendor because he "saved... read more »
Los precios que manejan son excesivos, entendemos que es un lugar turístico pero ni los extranjeros compran de lo caro que es! Hay que ganar ya que es negocio pero tales precios se perciben fuera de p... read more »Prices that handle are excessive, we understand that it is a tourist place but the foreign purchase of how expensive that is! We must win it is business but such prices are perceived out of proportionshow original
I enjoyed this market more than mercado 28. We were looking for alebrijes sculptures and they asked several vendors and ended up sending us to a particular shop across the street which had the particular sculptures we were looking for. Overall a more enjoyable experience than some of the other markets.
They storm you. Inflated prices on some items. God deals on other items.
Flea market and small shops sell you items with more than quadruple of the original price. Knock down the price they gave you, don't agree on the first price offers by salesman even if it's good price.
"1dollar" means 1dollar off. It's kinda fun but know what you want otherwise you'll come out buying 10 things instead of 1
Alejandro Cazares Orrante
Really expensive souvenirs plus non existing security, YOU SHOULD AVOID IT if possible.
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