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The place is filled with arts and crafts with some really talented artists. Most stalls sell similar style crafts. The only problem is that every stall is trying to make a sale badly so there's alot of people that pull and nag you to please...More
We visited Feima with our children. It gives a good and colourfuloverview of local arts and crafts. We paid probably a bit too much for what we take back home, but have enjoyed being there and felt very safe. There are also a few nice...More
We decided to go to this market to buy souvenirs and it was not a bad idea because i could get some of my souvenirs there but did not feel comfortable to look at stuffs since the vendors were really pushy and we wanted just...More
I enjoyed coming to FEIMA but the vendors were pushy and needed to allow the tourists to look and shop and think about items rather than be so overly hard selling constantly.
They have various clothing, curios, drums, artwork, masks, knickknacks, plants, pottery, flags, artisan...More
We went to this market knowing we would have to bargain, but we really got some high pressure salesmen and hyper-inflated prices. I would suggest going to the stalls where they are not pouncing on you, offering around half the amount they start out with,...More
This market has lots of variety of souvenirs for tourists at great prices. There is art, crafts and jewelry here. I wouldn’t recommend purchasing fabric here, though. The quality was not that good and the prices were higher than normal. We found another spot for...More
We got advice from friends who went before us that we will pass on since it worked so great for us!
When you first get there just do a whole lap of the place before buying anything. Some vendors in back have the same things...More
If you came to FEIMA, you came to the right place! This "feira" ("popular market", in English) was inaugurated in 2010 and sells exquisite handcrafts from all over Mozambique! I had a wonderful time at this handcrafts, flowers and culinary market at Maputo's affluent Polana...More
I think almost everyone coming to Maputo buys souvenirs from this market. The variety is huge and all sorts of souvenirs are available. The vendors are pushy and would want you to come to their shops while you are looking at things at other place....More