San Jacinto Plaza
For some real Mexican culture and handicrafts head to San Jacinto Plaza. San Jacinto Plaza is an ancient village with buildings dating back to the 17th Century. There are many authentic Mexican handicrafts on sale in the charming shops and stalls lining the streets. Artists gather in the square to showcase and sell their work. Each artist's work manages to be unique and different from others in the area.
If you want to browse the best selection of handcrafts and really soak up the culture, go on a Saturday, when there is a flea market on. It's also the best time to pick up a bargain, because there are such a large number of stalls here with handcrafts ranging in quality.
There are a number of good Mexican restaurants in the plaza where you can sit back, relax and watch the bustling market go about its day.
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