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  • 1. Folklore Olga Fisch

    La Floresta | Crafts

    Folklore Olga Fisch is one of Quito's more expensive, and curious, shopping experiences. The shop is in the colonial home of the late Olga Fisch...Read More

  • 2. Galería Latina

    La Mariscal | Crafts

    Galería Latina offers an enormous selection of sterling-silver jewelry, ceramic figures, baskets, alpaca clothing, and antiques. ...Read More

  • 3. El Centro Artesanal

    La Mariscal | Crafts

    El Centro Artesanal specializes in hand-knit sweaters and other items. ...Read More

  • 4. El Jardín

    La Mariscal | Crafts

    The most extensive collection of handicraft shops is in Quito's modern shopping mall, El Jardín. ...Read More

  • 5. Homero Ortega & Hijos

    La Mariscal | Crafts

    Homero Ortega & Hijos, Cuenca's famous Panama hat maker, has a store here in Quito. ...Read More

  • 6. La Bodega

    La Mariscal | Crafts

    In addition to regional crafts, La Bodega has an extensive collection of sweaters in wool and cotton. ...Read More

  • 7. Mercado de Santa Clara

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    You can lose yourself among the stalls at the Mercado de Santa Clara, in the New City at the corner of Calle Versalles and Calle Marchena. At...Read More

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