The Amazon

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  • 1. Araribá Arte e Artes

    Local Specialties

    Part shop, part museum, Araribá Arte e Artes has one of the best selections of authentic native artisanal items in Brazil. Owner Marcelo spends...Read More

  • 2. Mercado Municipal Adolfo Lisboa

    Centro | Specialty Stores

    One of the best places to buy all kinds of things, from fresh fish to hammocks and souvenirs, is Mercado Adolfo Lisboa, down along the river...Read More

  • 3. Amazonas Shopping

    Chapada | Shopping Centers/Malls

    With more than 300 stores and restaurants, Amazonas Shopping is one of the city's top shopping malls. ...Read More

  • 4. Associação dos Povos Indígenas do Tumucumaque (APITU)


    The Associação dos Povos Indígenas do Tumucumaque (APITU) has textiles, baskets, and other objects made by Amapá natives. ...Read More

  • 5. Casa do Artesáo


    The Casa do Artesáo sells works by local craftspeople and artists—from tacky souvenirs to exquisite paintings and pottery. ...Read More

  • 6. Curtume Marajó

    Bairro Novo | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    For sandals, belts, and other leather goods, head to Curtume Marajó, a five-minute walk from downtown Soure and next to the slaughterhouse....Read More

  • 7. Ecoshop

    Chapada | Crafts

    Ecoshop sells regional art and a variety of indigenous crafts made from wood, seeds, and straw. ...Read More

  • 8. Galeria Amazônica

    Local Specialties

    This contemporary gallery sells a good selection of high-quality artisan pieces sourced from tribes across the Amazon by the Waimiri Atoari...Read More

  • 9. Icoaraci

    Shopping Neighborhoods

    A riverside town 18 km (11 miles) northeast of Belém, Icoaraci is a good place to buy marajoara pottery. ...Read More

  • 10. Loja Regional Muiraquitã

    Local Specialties

    One of three artisan shops grouped together, Loja Regional Muiraquitã sells a wide variety of regional items, including native musical instruments...Read More

  • 11. Manauara Shopping

    Convenience/General Stores

    This is the chicest mall in Manaus, with an excellent range of shops, a cinema, and a great caçhaca bar, Cachaçaria do Dedé, in the food court. ...Read More

  • 12. Praça da República

    Nazaré | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    This town square is busy only on Sunday, when barracas (small shops) pop up to sell paintings, snacks, artisanal items, and regional foods...Read More

  • 13. São José Liberto

    Jurunas | Specialty Stores

    São José Liberto is a combination museum and high-price jewelry and craft shops with Amazonian wares of gold, amethyst, and wood; pottery; and...Read More

  • 14. Semente


    For soaps, face creams, and healing remedies handcrafted from the most powerful Amazonian fruits and plants, head to Semente. Don't miss picking...Read More

  • 15. Shopping Patio Belém

    Batista Campos | Shopping Centers/Malls

    To shop in air-conditioning, head for the upscale Shopping Patio Belém, a mall in the truest sense of the word. There are 198 stores, including...Read More

  • 16. Socieddade Marajara Das Artes

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    This artisan collective has stalls with everything from Marajoara pottery and woven items to T-shirts and liquor. In theory, the hours are daily...Read More

  • 17. Studio 5 Festival Mall

    Distrito Industrial | Department Stores

    Part of a larger commercial complex, Studio 5 Festival Mall contains many clothing stores, restaurants, cinemas, a hotel, and even a convention...Read More

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