This market had very cute, some hand-made crafts to buy for yourself or others as souvenirs. Yes, this place is a little touristy so prices are slightly higher. However, if you speak Spanish you can get good deals. Most of them do speak English though so definitely try and bargain regardless. It's better to ask "el mejor precio?" rather than how much something costs. Also be wary of little kids who give you things (grasshoppers, flowers) made from leaves/stems. They say it's free and keep thrusting it at you, then when you take it they ask for money. I see that another reviewer says go to the popular market in Granada, and I went there too. I think the Masaya option gives you more choices. I enjoyed my experience in the Granada market, but it was extremely crowded, people literally grabbed you to try and get you to come in their store and in some areas it stank a little (people are selling everything from fruit to non-refrigerated meat). You can probably find a better deal, but you also probably have to work harder to find things and get through the market.
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