Quito

Quito's best shopping area is the New City's Mariscal district. Bounded by Avenidas Amazonas, 6 de Diciembre, Patria, and Colón, the neighborhood is a tightly packed collection of shops and boutiques. Items are reasonably priced, though they don't rival the outlying markets for bargains and color. The quality, however, is often superior. Many stores throughout Quito are closed Saturday afternoon and Sunday, but most shopping malls are open all week.

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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

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