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Galeria Tita, Arte en Piedra

Calle 59 No 504, Merida 97160, Mexico
+52 999 928 5328
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SCAM-deserves negative rating!

I thought I was savvy-you know, I don't fall for the Nigerian hoaxes, or the "click here" links in... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina
Be very wary of friendly, smiling & helpful staff!

This gallery is attached to a jewellery store (Mayan Legacy - name not to be found anywhere... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Joanne Mortimor... M
Melbourne, Australia
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23 May 2017
“SCAM-deserves negative rating!”
3 May 2017
“Be very wary of friendly, smiling & helpful staff!”
Calle 59 No 504, Merida 97160, Mexico
+52 999 928 5328
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

I thought I was savvy-you know, I don't fall for the Nigerian hoaxes, or the "click here" links in emails...but were we taken! We went to the Domingo en Merida events on Independence Plaza. Because it was 90*+, we sat on a bench and a...More

Thank HorryTraveler
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This gallery is attached to a jewellery store (Mayan Legacy - name not to be found anywhere???) - went into the jewellery side and purchased a beautiful bracelet with multi coloured opals all around, with matching earrings & pendant. A lot of bargaining, but I...More

Thank Joanne Mortimor... M
Reviewed 23 February 2017

We didnt go on the advice of some hawker, but they are everywhere as it turned out. We went without knowing anything, it was a nice looking shop and no price was written for anything. The seller is used to talk customers up to make...More

Thank MehdiG33
Reviewed 23 October 2016

I rarely write bad reviews, but I need to warn my fellow TA enthusiasts of this scam shop! Hawkers will guide you to this artisan shop. I was looking for a hammock. The sales person was trying to convince me that they are made from...More

1  Thank MaasGolf
Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

Unlike other reviews we were not steered to this shop but walked in during a morning stroll. While we cannot claim to have visited every single other arts and crafts store in Mérida this was the only place where we found Talavera/Puebla ceramics. The textiles...More

Thank kaibab1
Reviewed 15 February 2016

This boutique unscrupulously picks up tourists directly from the (very beautiful) streets of Merida by sending soliciting agents all over the touristic spots. These 'agents' pretend to be casual, altruistic locals but, once done with their chummy speech, try to get you asap to the...More

1  Thank Annabelle M
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Merida what a Beautiful City but please beware of scammers and hopefully you DO NOT make the same mistakes as we did. Here is our story...We were approached by a friendly and very informative person named Alexandro while visiting "Universidad De Yucatan". He proceed to...More

3  Thank john r
Reviewed 13 July 2015

Like others we were approached very early by a representative of the Tourism Bureau on his way home. He pointed out the Church we wanted to see would be open @ 4 but that there was a shop selling Mayan goods - cooperative - blue...More

1  Thank elvacar
Reviewed 3 June 2015

Where do I start? Walking down the street taking in the colonial city of Merida and BOOM! a guy begins to tell us about the history of the city and how he is a university professor, honestly seemed like a great friendly local (just wait),...More

2  Thank MFord88
Reviewed 8 June 2014

Yes, the prices are VERY high. And the sellers are not super forthcoming about how much items cost. Which is scummy. However, you will not see work this fine in very many other places in Merida. As long time international art collectors, particularly of native...More

4  Thank roguetraveling
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