Although it may seem more authentic to buy your Honduran souvenirs at their out-country source, the capital really can provide the answer to all your shopping needs if you're pressed for time. Many suggest that Tegucigalpa's best handicraft shopping is really in Valle de Ángeles, a favorite weekend destination about an hour outside the city. If you can't make it out to Valle, there are plenty of choices in the capital, too.

In Barrio El Centro, you will find a number of handicraft shops facing Avenida Miguel de Cervantes, which runs along the southern edge of Plaza Morazán. A block north is Calle Liquidámbar, a refurbished pedestrian street lined with shops frequented by locals (and mostly geared toward local shopping needs).

Don't ignore the gift shops in the large hotels; a couple of them offer outstanding selections of quality keepsakes of your visit. Although it may not occur to you to seek out souvenirs in a large shopping center, mall stores here and there have some terrific offerings, too.

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  • 1. Bahía

    Col. Florencia | Crafts

    The Marriott hotel's gift shop, Bahía, keeps a terrific selection of Lencan pottery and leather handbags.

    Blvd. Juan Pablo II, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 2. Casa de Oro

    Col. Palmira | Crafts

    Casa de Oro sells a nice selection of silver jewelry with Mayan designs.

    Plaza Miraflores, Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 3. Casa de Puros

    Col. Palmira | Tobacco

    Casa de Puros, with shops in Colonia Palmira and at the airport, has a fine cigar selection.

    Los Próceres, Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 4. Casa de Puros


    Aeropuerto Internacional Toncontín, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 5. Casa Havana

    Col. Palmira | Tobacco

    Near the American Embassy, Casa Havana sells cigars.

    Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
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  • 6. Iglesia Los Dolores

    Barrio El Centro | Crafts

    Souvenir vendors set up shop every day in the small plaza that fronts the Iglesia Los Dolores. Much of what's for sale here is standard kitschy tourist fare, but you'll find a few nice pieces of Lencan pottery and other artisan work for lower prices than in a store with four walls.

    C. Los Dolores at Av. Máximo Jérez, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 7. In Vitro

    Col. Palmira | Crafts

    Spruce up your dining room table with placemats, table runners, and glassware from In Vitro.The works here come from cooperatives near Valle de Ángeles and in the Mosquitía.

    Av. República de Panamá 2139, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 8. Las Cascadas

    Col. Florencia | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The 130-store Las Cascadas with theaters, food court, and upscale shops, is fast becoming a southside alternative to the long-established Multiplaza.

    Blvd. de las Fuerzas Armadas de Honduras, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 9. Librería Guaymuras

    Barrio El Centro | Books/Stationery

    Librería Guaymuras is Tegucigalpa's best Spanish-language bookstore with a good selection of novels and nonfiction works on history and politics.

    Av. Miguel Cervantes and C. Las Damas, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 10. Los Próceres

    Col. Palmira | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The capital's newest mall is Los Próceres; you could spend quite a while exploring its 91 stores.

    Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 11. Mercado San Isidro


    Only if you're feeling extremely intrepid, you can check out the capital's largest market, the enormous labyrinth of the Mercado San Isidro in the Comayagüela district across the river from downtown. The upside is everything—and we mean everything—is for sale here in quantities large and small. (This is the kind of place where you could buy just one safety pin.)The big downside is that tales of pickpocketings and purse snatchings are legion, although they are less likely to happen in the market building itself than in the surrounding streets. If you go—and consider carefully whether you want to—take a taxi to and from and take nothing of value with you. If you're hell-bent on seeing a local market and are able to spend a half day outside the city, Valle de Ángeles's Pabellones Artesanales is a much safer and calmer experience.

    between Avdas. 5 and 7 and Cs. 1 and 2, Comayagüela, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 12. Metromedia

    Col. Palmira | Books/Stationery

    Stock up on English-language books, magazines, and newspapers at Metromedia, which has a main store in Colonia Palmira and a branch at Multiplaza.

    Av. San Carlos, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 13. Metromedia

    Col. Florencia | Books/Stationery

    Multiplaza, Blvd. San José Bosco, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 14. Multiplaza

    Col. Florencia | Shopping Centers/Malls

    One of the glitziest shopping centers in the capital is Multiplaza. Stroll among the upscale shops, see the latest releases at the movie theater, and stop for a bite at the food court.

    Blvd. San José Bosco, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 15. Museo para la Identidad Nacional

    Barrio El Centro | Crafts

    The museum gift shop at the Museo para la Identidad Nacional may be small, but it has some distinctive candles and leather purses in stock.

    C. El Telégrafo and Av. Miguel Paz Barahona, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras
  • 16. Tabaco Fino

    Col. Florencia | Tobacco

    Honduran cigars, which rival those from Cuba, are a popular souvenir. In Multiplaza is Tabaco Fino.

    Blvd. San José Bosco, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras

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