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Mercado Pino Suarez, Mazatlan

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  • It's fun to go and see the market but the am is really the best time. The last time we went we walked in where several girls were trying to sell things and got very loud and annoying. They were really...  more »
  • My second trip to Mazatlan and a return visit to the main market located in the historic district. This is the real thing where the local poulation does their shopping. There are stands that specializ...  more »
  • Came back in december and to my delight the restaurants on second floor still the same. stalls of everything to devil statues to radishes on first floor. something for everyone. yea you gotta bargain ...  more »
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  • This the oldest market in Mazatlan,the atmosphere is incredible. Very few aggressive vendors mostly very friendly and helpful. On real hot days the odor is strong but that is part of the experience.
  • This is the best place to get souvenirs. Lots of small shops selling all the usual stuff: shirts, panchos, bags, keychains, shot glasses, sandals, etc. Beware of the shops that don't have prices listed, these vendors have a system for pricing items higher for tourists. You'll notice in these shops that the workers all tell each other how much they quoted you for an item before handing you off. This is to make sure you are paying as much as possible. Stick with the shops that have the prices listed in plain view. The shops close early on Sunday.
  • Main public market of town. You will find all the fresh food at lower prices, most of the time. Most city transportation arrived to this point.
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