Montevideo

Let's face it: Montevideans head to Buenos Aires when they want to go on an extra-special shopping excursion. But quality and selection are decent here, and prices often are lower than in Argentina. Stores in Centro, along Avenida 18 de Julio, offer the standard selection of urban merchandise. The truly fun shopping experience is to be found in the city's markets, which are vibrant and numerous.

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  • 1. Feria Tristán Narvaja

    Centro | Market

    Started in the early 1900s by Italian immigrants, Feria Tristán Narvaja is Montevideo's top attraction on Sunday and one of the city's largest...Read More

  • 2. El Mercado de la Abundancia

    Centro | Market

    Dating back to 1836, El Mercado de la Abundancia is a fun indoor market in Centro, a few blocks from the Palacio Municipal. Inside are a tango...Read More

  • 3. Parque Villa Biarritz

    Market

    The Saturday morning market at Parque Villa Biarritz in the neighborhood of Pocitos, sells crafts, clothes, and some antiques. You can find...Read More

  • 4. Plaza Cagancha

    Market

    Between Avenida 18 de Julio and Calle Rondeau in Centro, Plaza Cagancha regularly has vendors set up in the area selling trinkets and crafts. ...Read More

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