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The Best Markets and Shops in Guadalajara

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Guadalajara is a savvy shopper’s paradise. The main handicraft centers of Tlaquepaque and Tonalá feature pottery, hand-blown glassware, jewelry, and more, while open-air markets, workshops, and government-run craft stores offer authentic souvenirs like textiles, masks, and ceramics. Just be sure to pack an extra suitcase.
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Calz. Jesús González Gallo 20, El Rosario, 44898 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico
This huge, government-run store is one of Guadalajara’s most reasonably priced options for local handicrafts. Spread over two floors, it’s a one-stop shop for high-quality souvenirs, from artisan pottery and hand-blown glassware to...
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San Juan de Dios, Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico
Latin America’s largest jewelry market, this four-level spot in the heart of Guadalajara features more than 700 jewelry stores, labs, and repair shops. Precious and semiprecious stones sparkle alongside gold, silver, costume jewelry, and...
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Av. Javier Mina S/N, San Juan de Dios, 44380 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico
In operation since 1958, Mercado San Juan de Dios (also known as Mercado Libertad) is one of Mexico’s largest markets, with three floors and nearly 3,000 stands and stalls. Vendors sell everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to...
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Calle Independencia 237, Centro, 45500 San Pedro Tlaquepaque, Jal., Mexico
Located on the pedestrian-only Calle Independencia in Tlaquepaque, the Museo Regional de la Cerámica (Regional Ceramics Museum) features several galleries filled with works by local craftsmen. Tlaquepaque—and the state of Jalisco in...
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44600, Av. México 2074(1700, Santa Teresita, 44600 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico
For more than twenty years, vendors peddling antiques and collectibles have set up shop along Guadalajara's Avenida Mexico every Sunday morning as part of the Tianguis Trocadero De Antiguedades. If you have a good eye, you're sure to spot some...
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About 20 minutes from the center of Guadalajara is the tiny town of Tlaquepaque, whose name translates to “hills of clay.” Fittingly, it’s known for its beautiful pottery and other handicrafts. Wander around Independencia, a...
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Av. Tonaltecas, Tonalá Centro, 45400 Tonalá, Jal., Mexico
Home to Mexico’s largest concentration of artisans, Tonalá—just 10 minutes from Tlaquepaque—is known for its pottery, hand-blown glassware, textiles, miniatures, and more. On Thursdays and Sundays, the town hosts an...