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  • Mercado Central, San Jose

    A buzzing hive of commercial activity, this covered market is as much of a full-immersion experience as a shopping destination. The front areas, pa... More
  • Mercado de Artesanías

    A group of palapas by the town square make up the Mercado de Artesanías, where you’ll find traditional textiles and handcrafted, painted pottery ma... More
  • Mercado de Artesanías

    The handicrafts market at the corner of Ckilapana and Socaire, in San Pedro de Atacama, sells downy-soft alpaca and llama wraps made by artisans in... More
  • Mercado de la Merced

    Three dozen kinds of dried chiles and mole pastes? Pungent Oaxacan cheese, stacks of nopals, and the mingled scents of guavas and epazote? It's all... More
  • Mercado del Progreso

    In less-visited Caballito, locals have bargained with butchers and greengrocers for more than 100 years under these iron arcades. More
  • Mercado Indio

    Bargain for clay vessels and ponchos at the sprawling daily market. This is the place to find deals on inexpensive souvenirs. Created by the edi... More
  • Mercado Municipal Adolpho Lisboa

    With its soaring tin roof and stained-glass windows, the century-old Manaus fish market is nothing if not a temple dedicated to Amazonian biodivers... More
  • Mercado Municipal Paulistano

    Tangy olives, linguica sausages, and salt cod (legacies of Portuguese rule) sit cheek by jowl with native tropical fruit and Amazonian chiles at th... More
  • Mercado Municipal, Sao Paulo

  • Mercado Municipal, Zihuatanejo

  • Mercer

    Gawk at the interior decoration at this humongous full-service denim store: floor-to-ceiling library bookcases filled with jeans; wicker fans turni... More
  • Metropolitan Touring

  • Metropolitan Touring Isabela II

    Measuring 166 feet in length, this deluxe yacht carries a maximum of 40 passengers on four- and six-night excursions to the Galápagos Islands. The ... More
  • Mexico City Airport (MEX)

    Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX), otherwise known as Mexico City Airport, is located about three miles east of the city center. The airpor... More
  • Mezcalito's

    This ever-popular thatched-roof beach bar is located on the less-frequented eastern half of the island. Take note: it's only open in daylight hours... More

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