We visited the Masaya Market as part of a day trip. We only spent 30 minutes there but I wish we would have stayed longer so I could have explored it more in depth. You have to look carefully. Some of the stalls seem to have the same items, and some really typical shot glasses/ t-shirts. But in the mix you will find some unique jewelry, sweets, and hammocks. We particularly liked an older gentleman selling leather shoes, right near the entrance. We both bought sandals and paid $8 each.
I think the friendly, non-aggressive people really set this market apart from similar ones I have visited in other destinations.
Definitely worth a stop.
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