Mercado Pino Suarez, Mazatlan

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  • An easy way to get to the market from the Golden Zone is to take a green (color, not environmental status) bus. It goes along the eastern edge of the market. There are many shops around the perimeter ...  more »
  • What you can expect from a site like this, simply a market with all the cute and quaint from a market in mexico. Located rather far from most tourist, is a point that you can enjoy if you go on family, you can find food, jobs even though they seem to be declining or low hygiene, damn, that delicious food sold. Fresh from the sea, meat, seafood and fruits and vegetables in season are just some of the options. Liquefied, handicraft, souvenirs, clothing and novelties are the things that usually tourists are looking for. In fact I go by that I like to eat berries that sell there the arrayan, which is a fruit acid and sweet as companan of salt and chili powder that fascinates me. Recommend that you try it. If you are looking for market can lose a couple of hours, and take a taste of local food, it is always an obligation of all good adventurous tourist. Ah, it is not for less comment, which tends to be eaten enough economic and mostly generous portions.
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  • Market picture in my travels. You can get an idea of a little of everything: in addition to the eating habits (fruits and exotic meats), you can also learn a little about the local clothing.
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  • Dozens of stalls selling just about everything. A great opportunity for a colorful and fun local shopping experience. Newcomers to Mexico may find it a little daunting but the shopkeepers are generally friendly and speak at least a little English.
  • A must see place in Mazatlan. Small market but lots of good and interesting stuff. Also 2 blocks up is the fish market where you can find fresh prawns, shrimp and fish.
  • Definately worth a visit. Great old fashioned market. Good selection. Good prices. Friendly vendors. Can be a bit smelly in the fish and meat area.
  • Super cheap, and very easy to get to. Your negotiating skills have to be sharp, usually offer half of what ever the price they're asking for and you'll get it. Even then, it will be a fraction of what you'll pay at the Zona Dorada.
  • Hold onto your wallet, the vendors will give it to you, nearly free! Folks, it is not so. Practice due diligence, and enjoy a bit of Mexico. Buy a coco archeta (sp), pick up some food items, visit the spice booths and exercise caution in the tourist trap. Castillo fixes watches and jewelry. Take a bus there, parking is tough! Pick up shrimp on the way back to the Malecon. Just walk, it is part of the experience.

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Mazatlan's accommodations cluster around the old town, making the most of the city's trademark blend of French Baroque architecture and sea views. Here you can find everything from ritzy beach resorts to affordable youth hostels. Head slightly farther north along the city's famous promenade for a range of high-end options in the neighborhoods of El Dorado and El Cid, with the latter offering proximity to the city's bustling marina.
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