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Reasonable Shopping

Great place to shop, just be careful and look out for imitation stuff, but all in all great deals... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2018
Port of Spain, Trinidad

I got alot of items for a good price. I especially liked the artisan items and the souvenir... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2014
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“Reasonable Shopping”
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Ave Jovino Villalba, Porlamar, Margarita Island 6301, Venezuela
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Reviewed 19 February 2018

Great place to shop, just be careful and look out for imitation stuff, but all in all great deals, great prices and you can also negotiate a price or two, lol!! Bargains galore!!! You may not know where to begin, but trust it would be...More

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Reviewed 3 January 2016 via mobile

Great shopping. This should be your first place to shop. There is a wide variety of clothes, shoes, perfumes, household items that can be purchased at very reasonable prices.

2  Thank Kathy L
Reviewed 30 November 2015

When I was growing up, Conejeros was the place to go for the best, most authentic regional food in Margarita. Breakfast and lunch were second to none in quality, quantity and price. Regretfully, like most things in Venezuela, it has gone downhill and today it...More

2  Thank AJS-NY
Reviewed 23 August 2015 via mobile

Bargains everywhere!!! Wow!!! Where to start? The selection if good is overwhelming! Brands, imitations and genuine all here! Shies, clothes, undies, gifts, everything you can imagine! Well laid out, too! Tip: always haggle! The vendors are quite dramatic, but you will be amazed that price...More

1  Thank Almera101
Reviewed 22 August 2014

Place is big! Don't choose the first vendor you see. Walk around. Aisles are marked with cardboard signs so remember where you saw what you wanted. Many vendors have the same goods so walk, walk, walk!

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Reviewed 4 August 2014

I got alot of items for a good price. I especially liked the artisan items and the souvenir jerseys. It is a lesson in haggling..lol...I asked for discounts and bargains as I practiced my Spanish! It is huge so you really can't walk it in...More

Thank KizzyKing
Reviewed 17 July 2013

Avoid the adjacent market if you want to eat here. The fish are covered with flies and the chickens are not refrigerated. We had the empanadas in the market. They were fine. The fruit juices are safe to drink. The place is "down and dirty."...More

Thank dogeyedoctor
Reviewed 24 January 2013

If you want to taste the fried fish Venezuelan style with Arepas and fried plantain this is where you should be going! Its not expensive and you will get a chance to listen to the people of Margarita speak with their unique accent. Try the...More

1  Thank Linda A
Reviewed 18 December 2012

You can stand and eat arepas and empanandas and have fresh fruit batidos (smoothies), or you can sit at one of the MANY restaurants. Check the menus and see where the most people are eating. That is a good indicator of who has good food....More

Thank sandi p
Reviewed 29 March 2012

If you have a big hangover in the morning after the party the best place to go it get some especial food for get new energy for the nex party is there in conejeros....if you are there don't leave the market before try the arepas...More

Thank Elgose I
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