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All reviews flea market great sunday spend a sunday afternoon for sale street food unique souvenirs delicious desserts street performers stalls selling nice market leather goods great place to explore local art food vendors central bogota restaurants and cafes buy souvenirs
From the reviews I assumed Usaquen was a small village on the north side of Bogota. In reality Usaquen is surrounded by new high-rises and apartments and next to a luxury mall. There is a more residential side but for the most part it is...More
I usually give a Very Good rating for an activity that produced a positive experience. Every place has some faults. In comparison to flea markets anywhere else, the Mercado de las Pulgas is nothing special, except that it is. As a visitor to the city,...More
This is a great plan to do alone, family or couples. You walk around the streets of Usaquén through all the vendor spots. Its a wonderful Sunday plan specially if its a sunny day in Bogota. You can buy sweets in the vendor carts which...More
A great place to explore Colombian souvenirs. In some cases, prices were a bit high, but in others, very unique objects at fair prices. I found two amazing necklaces made of porcelain. Tried to contact the vendor to get more, but she never responded. Compare...More
Usaquen is a beautiful colonial town already attached to Bogotá that offers a cultural experience every Sunday with its street market. Art, food, leather, wood carving, no doubt a place to get a detail for every one.
Take the chance a visit BOHO food and...More
This is a great Sunday market for all your wants and needs as a tourist. Not only tourists there are many locals wondering and shopping these amazing streets. It is more than a market it is an experience.
There really is just a tidal wave of stuff to buy. Mostly for the tourist trade, gimmicky things. However, there are some fairly impressive unique things here if you look close enough for them. Bring a lot of cash, not many places use card. And...More
As advised this market only opens on Sunday we went very early at around 10 am I think the time they open and were overwhelmed with the nice assortment of products ranging from typical colombian art all the way to health and beauty products we...More
We liked to go around 11:00 have a look at vendors find a nice place for lunch. Then it was easy to spend a couple of hours wandering around. It is massive so if you are a shopper it is easy spend a half day.