Shopping in Merida

The best shopping in Merida includes regionally-made products like Panama hats, hammocks, men's guayabera shirts, and colorfully embroidered women's clothing.

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: Calle 60 No. 480 on the corner of Calle 55, Historic Center

Artesanaria, an inviting shop across from Santa Lucia Park in Merida, Yucatan, is locally owned and sells beautiful, unique items from communities across Mexico... read more

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Amate Books

Calle 60, #453A, between Calles 49 and 51, Historic Center

Amate Bookstore is one of the finest sources of English language books about México in the entire country with a branch in Merida, Yucatan... read more

Coqui Coqui L'Epicerie Boutique

Calle 55 No. #516, between Calles 62 and 64

Coqui Coqui's L'Epicerie Boutique sells contemporary women's accessories and a signature line of hand-blended scents in an elegant 19th century house near Santa Lucia Park... read more

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Ki Xocolatl Chocolate Shop and Cafe

Calle 55 No. 513, between Calles 60 and 62, Historic Center

Mexico's Belgian-born master chocolatier Mathieu Brees is renowned throughout the Yucatan Peninsula and the world of chocolate aficionados and Ki'Xocolatl is his tiny, fragrant shop in Merida's Centro Historico... read more

Casa de las Artesanías

Calle 63 no. 513
Between calles 64 and 66

Short Description: The Casa de Artesanías is a government-run gallery with fixed prices on Mayan crafts, including handmade paper, purchased directly from indigenous artists... read more

Artesania Bazar Garcia Rejon

Corner of Calles 65 and 60, one block south of the Main Square, Historic Center

In Merida at the García Rejón Bazar you will find all of the products made in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula that tourists are looking for: hammocks, Panama hats, guayabera shirts, and embroidered blouses, all at prices lower than Main Square souvenir shops... read more

Guayaberas Jack

Calle 59 no. 507A
Between calles 60 and 62

Guayaberas Jack is a well-regarded manufacturer of men's and women's summer-weight clothing in fine linen and cotton, designed in traditional Yucatecan styles... read more

Tejidos y Cordeles Nacionales

Calle 56 no. 516-B
Between calles 63 and 65

Hammocks in every size and color crowd the tall shelves lining the walls of Tejidos y Cordeles Nacionales, which celebrated its 46th anniversary in 2010 and is located on Calle 56A between 65 and 67... read more

Hamacas Merida

Calle 65 No. 510 (Local 2), between Calles 62 and 64

Hamacas Mérida sells all that you need to recreate at home the blissful calm of swinging lazily in the hammocks that hang from Yucatán's palm trees... read more

Lucas de Galvez Market

Calle 56A, between Calles 67 and 69, Historic Center

The Mercado de Lucas de Galvez in Merida, the capital of Mexico's Yucatan state, is a lively enclosed public market south of the Main Square where all of Merida comes to shop. Visiting the market is one of the top things to do in the Historic Center... read more
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