A bustling not-to-be-missed experience. Kimironko is not just a tourists' market, locals also use it to buy their food, household supplies, and clothing. But it still has all the necessary booths to pick up gifts before heading home: hand-made baskets, carved wooden trinkets, and beautiful Rwandan cloths. Given enough time, it's possible to have the cloth made into a dress, skirt, or anything else. Prices are more expensive than at smaller markets, but not ridiculous; bargaining is also pretty easy because most of the sellers know English.