Shopping in Mexico City

Mexico City has all sorts of shopping venues from crowded flea and antique markets to shopping malls and unique stores.

  • Mercado de Artesanias la Ciudadela—four blocks of vendors selling foods, Mexican crafts, and other goods; Calle Baldera 6
  • Centro Santa Fe—a shopping mall with famous brands such as H&M, Saks 5th Avenue, and the Apple Store along with a lower level ice rink and food court; Prolongacion Vasco de Quiroga 3800
  • El Bazar Sabado—an indoor and outdoor craft market; Plaza San Jacinto 11-13
  • Antara Fashion Hall—an open-air shopping mall with a variety of stores, large food court, and movie theater as well as special events throughout the year; Avenida Ejercito Nacional Mexicano No. 843
  • Dulceria de Celaya—a traditional Mexican candy store founded in 1874; Cinco de Mayo No. 39
  • Dia de Muertos Store—a store dedicated to the “Day of the Dead”, an historic Mexican tradition; Calle Juarez #2D
  • Ambarte Ciudad de Mexico—a small shop inside a hotel with jewelry and folk art; Calle Liverpool 155
  • Antara Palanco—an outdoor mall with upscale stores such as Carolina Herrera, Zara, Emporio Armani, and Marc Jacobs; Ejercito Nacional 843-B
  • Arte Mexicano Para el Mundo—a crafts store with silver jewelry, textiles, ceramics, and foods as well as a sixth-floor Mexican restaurant; Monte de Piedad 11
  • Carmen Rion—a designer known for linen dresses, skirts, wraps, bodices, and tops; Avenue Michoacan 30-A
  • Dime Tienda—a small gallery shop with designs by young Mexican designers including graphic T-shirts, bags made from plastic tablecloths, and patterned clothing; Alvaro Obregon 185-B
  • El Palacio de Hierro—a high-end department store with clothing by well-known designers; Av. 20 de Noviembre 3
  • Fonart—run by the National Council for Culture and Arts, this store is one of five in the city and surrounding towns with folk art and handmade furnishings; Juarez 89
  • Mob—a store opened by a group of furniture and interior designers who display their work and sell handcrafted furniture made from sustainable materials; Campeche 3222 at Nuevo Leon
  • Pladi—open since 1981, this jewelry store run by a designer sells jewelry made from silver and other natural materials; Francisco Javier Mina 9, Col. Del Carmen
  • Sanborns—a chain department store with ceramics, crafts, and English book departments as well as restaurants, coffee shops, a pharmacy, and ATMs; Av. Insurgentes Sur
  • Sergio Bustamante—a well-known artist’s store that sells his sculptures and jewelry; Hotel Intercontinental Presidente, Campos Eliseos 218, local A-2
  • Tane—a silver store with silver jewelry, flatware, candelabras, reproductions of archaeological finds, and designs by Mexican silversmiths; Av. Presidente Masaryk 430

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Shopping in Mexico City — Phoenix Rising - Turista Mexico
  2. Kim
    Apr 15, 2018 @ 03:03:00

    Useful shopping links for MC!


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