The Central Highlands Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in The Central Highlands.

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Artesanías Huamanguina Pascualito

  • Crafts

This store has an extensive collection of carvings. ...

Casa del Artesano

  • Crafts

You'll find top-quality, locally made goods near the Plaza Constitución at Casa del Artesano, where independent artists sit shop-by-shop...

Familia Sulca Alfombras

  • Household Items/Furniture

This shop is known for its beautiful, hand-woven carpets. ...

Galería de Arte Popular

  • Textiles/Sewing

This is the workshop of world-renowned weaver Alejandro Gallardo. ...

Jose Gálvez

  • Local Specialties

In Santa Ana, south of the center, intricate Huamanga stone (alabaster) carvings are the specialty of Jose Gálvez. ...

Las Voces del Tapiz

  • Textiles/Sewing

Internationally famous weaver Edwin Sulca Lagos works out of Las Voces del Tapiz. ...

Mercado Andrés Vivanco

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

Ayacucho's produce and meat market, this market is found behind the Arco del Triunfo in a one-story building; shops continue for several...

Mercado Artesanal Shosaku Nagase

  • Crafts

The widest selection of handicrafts in Ayacucho, from retablos to sweaters, can be found at Mercado Artesanal Shosaku Nagase, about a...

Mercado Mayorista

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

Stretching around the blocks near the train station is the daily produce market. You'll need several hours to wander through the stalls...

Santa Ana neighborhood

  • Textiles/Sewing

The Santa Ana neighborhood is dotted with some of Peru's finest textile workshops. These local artists and their galleries are clustered...

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