Miraflores Indian Market
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 92%Art & Design Lovers
- 89%Local Culture
- 85%Budget Travelers
- 71%Adventure Travelers
- 57%Business Travelers
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- Miraflores Indian MarketCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersVegetarian+ 2
This market is pretty conveniently located - only a few blocks from Parque Kennedy - and is the best place to buy all of your souvenirs for reasonable prices before heading home. There are hundreds upon hundreds of stalls scattered over multiple independent buildings, but if you try to hit every one you'll likely start seeing the same stuff over and over again for about the same price. Although factory-made items are trickling in, many of the products here are still hand made. Some of the best deals can be found in silver and leather products. Be wary of alpaca deals that sound too good to be true - they are probably mixed with wool.Recommended for:
- Miraflores Indian MarketMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3First to Review
This indian market is the best of all Lima and I dare to say of all Peru. You'll probably be told by someone that you'll see much larger local markets in Pisac or Cusco, but even those they are larger, this one has only great quality products and is cheaper than these very touristy markets. I lived in Lima for 3 years and can assure you that this is the place where the locals buy their Peruvian goods. Here you can find silver jewelry and home decoration, wool hats, scarves and sweaters (not 100% alpaca, though), pottery and textiles. Bargaining is expected, so don't buy anything before you've taken a couple soles off.Recommended for:
- Miraflores Indian MarketMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13
Well it is hard to call this market authentic hand made crafts, most of these goods are now made in factories. However, they do try to imitate some of the traditional crafts from Peru's many cultures, and it isn't a bad place to go souvenir/gift shoppingRecommended for:
- Miraflores Indian MarketMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5
such a colorful market and pleasant area to do shopping in, the Miraflores Indian Market has all the local artisan crafts and souvenirs on offer and at prices that can be negotiated.
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