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  • 1. Café Colón


    Café Colón sells 20 varieties of coffee for about $2.50 a pound. ...Read More

  • 2. Café de Avelino


    The friendly folks at the Café de Avelino will show you how the experts rate the beans. ...Read More

  • 3. Cafécali


    Cafécali serves a wide selection of excellent coffees at good prices. ...Read More

  • 4. Callejón del Diamante


    Callejón del Diamante, also known as Calle Antonio M. Rivera, is a captivating pedestrian street with vendors hawking inexpensive jewelry, handwoven...Read More

  • 5. Casa Artensenal de Tlacotalpan

    Household Items/Furniture

    Purchase a full-size love seat or a doll-size miniature at Casa Artensenal de Tlacotalpan. Doña Rafaela Murillo's shop, housed in a building...Read More

  • 6. Derivados Acamalín


    You can find just about anything along Calle Hidalgo, but the one thing not to leave without is mole. Derivados Acamalín is famous for its moles...Read More

  • 7. El Mayab

    Other Specialty Store

    El Mayab has a selection of machine-produced guayaberas, which go for less than the hand-embroidered variety. ...Read More

  • 8. Galería Vives


    Galería Vives carries lacy garments and monogrammed handkerchiefs. ...Read More

  • 9. Guayaberas Fina Cab

    Other Specialty Store

    The family-run Guayaberas Fina Cab has high-quality hand-stitched shirts and dresses with embroidery that ranges from basic interlocking cables...Read More

  • 10. Libros y Arte

    Other Specialty Store

    Libros y Arte, near the zócalo, has a wonderful collection of books, including coffee-table volumes on the art and architecture of Veracruz...Read More

  • 11. Mercado Hidalgo


    For a slice of Mexican life, head to the wildly vibrant Mercado Hidalgo, where you'll find artful displays of strawberries and chilies beside...Read More

  • 12. Mercado Jaureguí

    Other Specialty Store

    The Mercado Jaureguí, open daily, is an indoor bazaar with everything from jewelry, blankets, and fresh vegetables to some rather dubious-looking...Read More

  • 13. Mercado Miguel Hidalgo


    The teeming Mercado Miguel Hidalgo, half a block downhill from the main square, sells Totonac costumes, carvings, baskets, and shoulder bags...Read More

  • 14. Paseo del Malecón


    Stands lining the Paseo del Malecón sell ocean-related items: seashells and the beauty creams and powders derived from them; Coatepec coffee...Read More

  • 15. Plaza de las Artesanías Miguel Alemán


    The Plaza de las Artesanías Miguel Alemán market on the Paseo de Malecón purveys high-quality goods, including leather and jewelry, with high...Read More

  • 16. Xinqeño


    Xinqeño is a little shop that sells its own brand of mole made from a wonderful recipe. Both this branch and the one on the Carretera Coatepec...Read More

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