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This huge market stretching along 18 de Noviembre, between 10 de Agosto and Rocafuerte, sells everything you could ever need. The ground floor is split up into sections of stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, fish, red meat, chicken and blocks of cheese, making it a...More
I loved this place. Huge fish market, poultry market, pork market, red meat market, fruit & veg market, flower market, grains, baked good, cheeses, on the lower levels, Shops, shops, shops on the upper levels, selling shoes, clothing, phones, electronics, fabric, and on and on....More
The central market in Loja is much like central markets all over South America. You can buy anything and everything there but as a traveller the highlight is the great quality cheap produce and the availability of local food. We had two great meals in...More
You can get just about anything at this central Mercado in Loja from a haircut to the entrails of pork. Upstairs are numerous clothing, shoes, candies and a few cafes. Downstairs are the flowers, meats, vegetables and fruits. Take a couple of hours to stroll...More
This mercado is typical of the other central mercado I have experienced in Quito and Cuenca. This is a one stop shop, with everything you could imagine.
I ate breakfast twice and both times was very satisfied.
I had heard great things about this mercado. Maybe I was anticipating too much but I was a bit disappointed. Typical fruits/veggies/eating places. Spread out over two floors. There were not as many people wandering through the mercado as I would anticipate.
I live in a small town so the Market in Loja becomes an outing I can find all kinds of spices and raw coconut and chocolate you can't find in a regular store. If you are just traveling through, it is pure entertainment and a...More
I love going here whenever I am in Loja. it appears chaotic at first but you just wander- stall after stall of fresh fruits vegetables and meat on different sides of the main floor. Upstairs it is clothing, shoes, trinkets, jewelry and a cafeteria style...More
We went here late in the afternoon hoping to buy fresh fruit, and although half the vendors had quit for the day, we did score a good variety at typically low prices.
In addition, we walked through the fresh meats section, fresh flowers, vegetables, etc,...More