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Mercado 28

north of the Coba and Tankah intersection | AV. 5 C.20 Y 22 Nte. 29-A C.P. 77710, Cancun, Mexico
+52 998 892 4303
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north of the Coba and Tankah intersection | AV. 5 C.20 Y 22 Nte. 29-A C.P. 77710, Cancun, Mexico
+52 998 892 4303
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This market in Cancun is not in the Hotel Zone. In order to get there, I highly suggest taking the bus - R2 will get you there. The cost is very cheap to ride...11 pesos (roughly 50 US cents) as opposed to taking a taxi,...More

Thank hoosierdaddyFL
Reviewed 1 week ago

Thomas cook took us on a day trip to Cancun we were stopping at the Riviera Maya they took us to the Mercado 28 the tour guide took us to a jeweller in the Mercado once we were in the jewellers he gave us a...More

Thank Warren S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We wanted to check this place out on our second trip to Cancun. We figured out how to use the bus system and took off on our adventure. It was a whole 11 pesos for each of us, about $0.65, so a great deal. It...More

Thank dalem4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You have to try Mercado 28 at least once. It is all touristy souvenir stuff and jewelry but a fun haggling experience. The busses are easy to take there but they no longer stop right at the market... they drop you in front of other...More

Thank saphireblack
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a chance to see the mexican culture and score some good deals for a souvenir or two. The problem was I got tired of the constant pounding of high pressure sells. We scored some good buys but we also got taken for some...More

Thank Nathan N' Jolen... B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

First of all, be careful! There is a Plaza 28 and a Mercado 28. People will try to tell you they are the same. They're not! They're a couple of miles apart and the plaza is an overpriced place for tourists. We took the 2...More

Thank Jason M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We knew the sellers were going to be a bit aggressive, and they were - typical stuff, just trying to get you into their store - and we could cope with that if there was anything other than touristy crap for sale. I'm sure there...More

Thank timpilkington
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We decided to take a trip into town to buy souvenirs. The souvenirs were the same price as the hotels, if not more expensive. It was hot and we decided to go to the restaurant area for a margarita. One of the guys came out...More

1  Thank Sjosephson23
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It had been about a billion years since my last visit to Cancun. We did the obligatory time share tour (hey we got a beachside massage out of it) so we asked the driver to take us to the market instead of our hotel. I...More

Thank fabtraveler20
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I were let off in the middle of nowhere twice by buses trying to find the market. we finally took a taxi. what a disappointment, way overpriced. we were offered a blanket " handmade", for $50usd. the hotel gift shop had the...More

Thank keithgway
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is this walking distance from hard rock hotel ? and how far or are taxis recommended ?
3 January 2017|
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Response from Jerry_Bagnell | Reviewed this property |
We chose not to walk when the bus is only 10.5 pesos. Taxis cost too much by comparison. We only used taxis after dark.
Do vendors accept credit cards?
17 April 2016|
Response from tigre69 |
Some vendors do accept credit cards.
how can I get to the market place in the bus from moon palace golf resort
25 March 2016|
Response from A_Hanzou | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Staying at that hotel, you won´t need anything else! Now if you want to tour a little bit or go to theis market you may take an ADO Bus that travels along the 307 Highway, this bus comes from Playa del Carmen. but that... More
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