Feria de Tristan Narvaja, Montevideo

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Browse the varied and vibrant stalls at Feria de Tristan Narvaja, an atmospheric street market open only on Sundays. Situated on a street lined with second-hand book shops and antique sellers, the market offers everything from tourist trinkets and pets, to various food items. In operation since 1909, the market remains one of the most popular of Montevideo's many attractions, luring visitors with its exciting mix of curious souvenir ideas, original artworks, and street foods. Plan to visit Feria de Tristan Narvaja and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Montevideo attractions using our Montevideo tour planner.
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  • The fair is huge where you look has stalls and bars and is all together and mixed, in fact I didn't much like, impossible to see everything, though that has almost no antiques, what's wrong is old stuff, broken, used and don't have the thing to do and use. Worth knowing only.
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  • Fair has everything from fruits, vegetables and legumes to objects that many would play out and are offered for sale. Tristán Narvaja Street in motion is great and it is very difficult to get around. There are mixed tourists and locals to do their shopping for the week. Out of this street (Yes, the fair occupies some neighborhood streets) the motion is smoother and you can see things that are sold.
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  • I read a lot of negative reviews about the feria de Tristán Narvaja, with which I agree. This is a huge and important trade fair, the biggest I've ever been to and that has it all. Since foods, antiques, books, clothes, objects to house reform, tools, electronics, plants, and a plethora of etcéteras. Digging well is very interesting things! To lovers of literature, in addition to the many fats, there's great bookstores around! You can also buy souvenirs at the fair and souvenirs of the city. Reasonable prices in Exchange for hours of walking. Many, many people. It's a peculiar attraction for tourism. If you're stressed, don't go, otherwise, if you venture out and enjoy! This flea market is an interesting tour that starts on 18 July, in front of the Universidad de La República and runs until the end of Tristán Narvaja. Works only on Sundays, from 9:00 to 4:00 pm. Downside: among the many etcéteras is the sale of animals in cages. such as birds and rodents. Horrible to see that part. However, for the rest, I would come back and super recommend!
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  • Part party part street fair. Very interesting things to see, buy and sample here.
  • Very nice experience to be a part of. Lots of variety.
  • Nice place for shopping
  • Won't come back. I expected to see antiques and handcrafted things and is mostly resale stuff and fruits and vegetables.
  • Excelente la Tristan Narvaja
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