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Tintorero, Barquisimeto

(3.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Find authentic souvenirs at Tintorero, an artisan community where traditional dyed fabrics can be bought at affordable prices. Head here to buy handcrafted goods of excellent quality, including hammocks characteristic to this area. Many of the stalls and shops accept national debit cards, which you can use instead of cash. Mainly frequented by domestic tourists, this attraction offers a window into the life of a local arts community. Plan to visit Tintorero during your Barquisimeto vacation using our convenient Barquisimeto trip builder.
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  • A small town full of craft. Good prices. Recommend visit it them end of week since in day of week it most of them shops are closed and basically without the trade not there rather than make.
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  • If you go during a craft fair there is much movement and activity, however good off-season part of the people and the premises are closed
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  • This is another of rides that I consider "forced" by visiting Barquisimeto. On this site you get options of crafts, furniture, textiles and foods of the region. I have visited this site multiple times and I have always found very nice things and the original made by artisans of the Edo. Lara. This time I found that the options were very small, the quality of handicrafts had deteriorated much, had many indoor and food options were almost nil. Not is if it was the time when we carry out the visit but I think that this is a site that should be kept, as it is very important that culturally stays alive as is the reflection of the origins and history of this State with a very important cultural diversity.
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