La Route des Indes

La Route des Indes

The name of this place means “the road to India,” which was the route the Spanish and Portuguese were looking for when they discovered America. Their goal was to find their way to spices, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at La Route des Indes, along with countless local and imported specialty products, teas, and other temptations. The small shop, nestled at the back of the Old Port’s Public Market, is filled to the brim with treasures that you’ll want to take home.

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