If you're looking for something to take with you from Puebla, this is the place to go. There a lot of hand crafted knickknacks, clothing, toys, etc.
About Alley of the Frogs (Callejon de los Sapos)
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Part of historic Puebla this narrow street merits a visit, just walk from Parian market up along the street and turn up towards the mainsquare when done. It will reward you with vibrantly coloured, wellkept housefronts, antiqueshops and a few eateries
The Alley of the Frogs or Callejón de los Sapos is a beautiful street filled with small antiques and Mexican souvenir stores. It's right downtown, makes for a perfect walk from Puebla's cathedral to El Carolino (Puebla's University building)Those streets are so full of amazing...More
Situated very near the Zocalo, a very peculiar flea market, although I am not a shopper I could see that you might find anything from expensive art work to used trinkets. In the nearby alleys you can find local crafts.
This is a very interesting market, with nice things to see and good place for affordable souvenirs but the quality of the product is not good. My recommendation is to spend a bit more and get the real thing in one of the authentic ceramic...More
There over a holiday weekend, Easter, and this was one of the many lovely areas visited. The re are around 3 blocks with a nice mix of souvenirs, flea market type finds/stores and real antique stores. I think I was most impressed with the real...More
This charming little street is chock full of small antique stores, some filled with touristy kitsch and others hiding the occasional treasure. We visited at the beginning of Semana Santa and all the surrounding streets were also filled with vendors, shoppers and gawkers.