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The areas with the highest concentrations of shops are Polanco, for upscale boutiques, luxury chains, modern furniture stores, and fine-art galleries; and the Zona Rosa, chock-full of clothing stores, adult shops, leather goods, and antiques.

La Condesa and La Roma, though better known for restaurants and cafés, are sprouting designer boutiques, primarily for a younger crowd and artsy types. Jewelers, shoe shops, vintage clothes, and hip housewares stores are squeezing in as well. Most cluster along avenidas Michoacán, Vicente Suárez, Amsterdam, and Tamaulipas, in Condesa, and Alvaro Obregón and thereabouts, in Roma.

Hundreds of shops with more modest trappings and better prices are spread along the length of Avenida Insurgentes and Avenida Juárez.

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  • 1. Mercado Artesanal de la Ciudadela

    Centro | Market

    This market, a 10- to 15-minute walk from the Alameda, bursts with the capital's widest range of wares and best bargains daily from about 9...Read More

  • 2. Alberto Misrachi Gallery

    Col. Polanco | Art Galleries

    This gallery is heavy on contemporary painting, with a smattering of sculpture, by Mexican artists, many of them well-known. Some international...Read More

  • 3. Antara Polanco

    Col. Granada | Shopping Centers/Malls

    One of the only outdoor malls in the city has a collection of upscale stores that includes Carolina Herrera, Zara, Emporio Armani, and Marc...Read More

  • 4. Arte Mexicano para el Mundo

    Centro | Crafts

    The location in the heart of downtown and the selection of high-quality crafts make this store a good bet if you're short on time and need to...Read More

  • 5. Carmen Rion

    Col. Condesa | Clothing

    Linen dresses by this Mexican designer are done in palettes and patterns that bring to mind (and sometimes incorporate) traditional Mexican...Read More

  • 6. Centro Santa Fe

    Santa Fe | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The largest mall in Mexico—with over 300 stores, a movie theater, an international exhibition center, hotels, a theme park for kids, and several...Read More

  • 7. Dime Tienda

    Col. Roma | Art Galleries

    The inventory of art, design, fashion, and bicycles (yes, bicycles) at this small gallery-cum-shop is provided by 50, give or take, young Mexican...Read More

  • 8. Dulcería de Celaya

    Centro | Food/Candy

    It was founded in 1874 and has been a haven for those with a sweet tooth ever since. It specializes in candied pineapple, guava, and other exotic...Read More

  • 9. El Palacio de Hierro

    Centro | Department Store

    Upscale department store El Palacio de Hierro is noted for items by well-known designers and its seductive advertising campaigns. There are...Read More

  • 10. Fonart

    Col. Juárez | Crafts

    Under the auspices of the National Council for Culture and Arts, the National Fund for Promoting Arts and Crafts operates five stores in and...Read More

  • 11. Galería Alfredo Ginocchio

    Col. Polanco | Art Galleries

    Founded in 1988 by Alfredo Ginocchio as Praxis Mexico, this now-eponymous gallery promotes distinguished artists from Mexico and elsewhere in...Read More

  • 12. Galería de Arte Mexicano (GAM)

    Col. San Miguel Chapultepec | Art Galleries

    Founded in 1935, the GAM was the first place in Mexico City dedicated full-time to the sale and promotion of art (before its inception, there...Read More

  • 13. Juan Martín Gallery

    Col. Polanco | Art Galleries

    This gallery opened in 1961 and made its name representing the artists of the '60s avant-garde "Ruptura" movement. In the 1970s it was an important...Read More

  • 14. La Lagunilla

    Col. Guerrero | Market

    Enormous La Lagunilla has been the site of trade and bartering for more than five centuries. The day to go is Sunday, when vendors set up outside...Read More

  • 15. Mercado del Sábado

    San Angel | Market

    A must if you're in town on a Saturday is a visit to this market. Hundreds of vendors sell crafts, silver, wood carvings, embroidered clothing...Read More

  • 16. Mercado Insurgentes de Artesanías y Platería

    Zona Rosa | Market

    This typical neighborhood market is an entire block deep, with entrances on both Londres and Liverpool. Most of its stalls sell silver and pewter...Read More

  • 17. Mob

    Col. Condesa | Household Items/Furniture

    A group of furniture and interior designers opened this shop to showcase their own work and that of like-minded Mexican designers. It functions...Read More

  • 18. Oscar Román Gallery

    Col. Polanco | Art Galleries

    Works—mostly paintings with a contemporary edge—by Mexican artists pack this gallery. There's also a smattering of colonial art and religious...Read More

  • 19. Pladi

    Col. Coyoacán | Souvenirs

    Since 1981, Martha García has been seeling her experimental work in silver and other natural materials, as jewelry, sculpture, and other forms. ...Read More

  • 20. Plaza del Angel

    Zona Rosa | Antiques & Collectibles

    Shopping in the maze of antiques stores of Plaza del Angel is at its liveliest on Saturday. Combine a trip here with one to the Mercado Insurgentes...Read More

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