La Lagunilla Market, Mexico City

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Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • This place is huge, full of people, sights and sounds. There are a lot of reviews stating that the place wasn't safe and that maybe true, we didn't have that experience thank god. Lots of knockoffs ar...  read more »
  • I recently returned to La Lagunilla Flea / Antique market after more than a decade and I'm happy to say it was just as fascinating. There's a very open, safe, neighbourhood feeling to the scene. I fou...  read more »
  • A mandatory visit on Sundays. Walk around...,engage in conversations with the vendors..., eat as the locals do..., tough and feel the history behind each of artifacts available for sale. A great barga...  read more »
  • The place is not completely safe for tourist. We were intimidated by some guy asking for money with a sharp stick and generally there are a lot of bad looking places around with few police presence. The market offers some interesting things but for the most part is just for standard clothing. For a better and safer option visit the Ciudadela Market were we found truly Mexican products.
  • Looking for a shopping adventure? Come here. Street vendors overtake the city over an expansive area. For hours I walked by street vendors along sidewalks selling just about everything. One major section contains a maze of market stalls under plastic tarps; the place is so expansive that I was lost here for an hour. I had a lot of fun.
  • Aight' for all the tourist who don't do 'em homework when traveling.... The Lagunilla is hood with plenty of markets, just like it's next door hood Tepito. This is the main market where you'll find mostly food, there's three other markets where they sell wedding dresses, furniture and shoes. The "antique" street market is put on only on Sundays from 10 am till 6 pm depending on the weather. You'll find from antiques, micheladas, clothing and lots more in a young chilled atmosphere. Next time do you homework and no bitchin' please ;D
  • This is NOT the antique market!!! Google took us to this place-- a very sketchy neighborhood far from the center of town where the actual "lagunilla" antique market is (which is a stop on the train about 10 blocks north of the zocalo). Don't come here if you're a tourist or you're looking for antiques. We never even found a shop where this is ... I'm not sure why it's even on the map.
  • very shiny clothes everywhere
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