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Patio del Ekeko

Calle Mercaderes 141, Arequipa 054, Peru
+51 54 215861
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good store

you can look for good prices en many things like clothes like fine alpaca (royal alpaca is the... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2016
mrcallan2016
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Lima, Peru
Family, friends, solo, work. Nice enviroment

This is one of my favorite places to go when feeling like one drink and good food. It is not a... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2016
Sandra V
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Arequipa, Peru
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A unique place in the world where you will find: culture and magic, shopping and emotions, memories and moments, flavors and sensations. Patio del Ekeko is a shopping center located in the heart of the historic center, half a block from the Main Square, where visitors can in a safe and nurturing environment, shop, eat, drink and relax safely. Within the mix of differentiated products and services are renowned shops as Kuna, which sells fine garments made with natural fibers of alpaca, vicuna, guanaco, llama, cotton and silk. Ilaria jewelry that sells unique pieces of silver worked with the famous and ancient Peruvians master goldsmiths. These two brands offer products export to the world with the best and highest quality raw materials. Complete the offer El Ekeko own stores that offer the best products made by Peruvian artists and artisans and quality garments with original designs. Organic products, handbags and accessories with novel motifs and Peruvian style. A gourmet area where a selection of natural, organic products, ancestral Andean export quality and a wide range of Pisco, spirits and Peruvian coffees from top brands. Patio del Ekeko also has a spectacular altarpiece of 12 meters high, which can be seen in the four floors of the building, made by renowned peruvian artist Paolo Cordano. In this altarpiece can appreciate the customs, traditions and attractions that Arequipa. Likewise the four towering sculptures actual size of Ekeko, Andean God of wealth, luck and fortune, are a unique attraction of the Mall. Patio del Ekeko has a unique concept with the most appropriate to enjoy shopping and spend the most unforgettable moments environment.
  • Excellent36%
  • Very good46%
  • Average15%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
4 Nov 2016
“good store”
26 Feb 2016
“Family, friends, solo, work. Nice enviroment”
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Calle Mercaderes 141, Arequipa 054, Peru
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+51 54 215861
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

you can look for good prices en many things like clothes like fine alpaca (royal alpaca is the best) peruvians souvenirs and the famous Iberica chocolate from Arequipa one of the best from Peru

Thank mrcallan2016
Reviewed 26 February 2016

This is one of my favorite places to go when feeling like one drink and good food. It is not a cheap place, but either overpriced. I find it very fair. Service is always excellent. Super clean and nice all the time. The whole environment...More

Thank Sandra V
Reviewed 3 July 2015

Place to find interesting things handcrafted and for good prices, you will like it and enjoy close to the historic centre you will really like it.

Thank maxrmit
Reviewed 6 April 2015 via mobile

Visited this afternoon and bought a couple of gifts. Was worried about getting them back to Australia in my luggage but the employees wrapped them expertly in bubble wrap. Very happy with the experience.

Thank Cosquilla
Reviewed 9 January 2015

Really find Ekeko expensive but mostly western tourist like this place and maybe not for us. My friends brought us food from Ekeko and their takeaways is not that good for me!

Thank TwoMonkeysTravel
Reviewed 13 February 2014

My friend and I visited the restaurant thinking it would be a great place to have some snacks and cocktail. Boy we were wrong. We ordered the piqueo tipico. Items were missing from the tray, the chicharrones were hot but the anticuchos cold. We sent...More

Thank Jctouringtheworld
Reviewed 13 November 2013

This little "mall" of four floors was created especially for tourists, just one block from the Plaza de Armas. Since our hotel (Sonesta Posadas del Inca -see my review!) was just around the corner, this was an easy stroll to pick up some souvenirs. What...More

1  Thank Evi55
Reviewed 28 May 2013

We had to double check the location and ask for directions to find this restaurant, even though it is close to the main square. However, we enjoyed a lunch there. It doesn't have a view, although above street level, but in return provides a bit...More

Thank Bryan B
Reviewed 1 May 2013

First time to Arequipa and this was our first real dinner there,,,besides Mc'Donalds that I was craving. The prices were very reasonable, especially considering the amount of food you received. Plus, there is a lot to see in the building, it's like a museum and...More

Thank PigDawg_99
Reviewed 9 January 2013

It's got good reviews but found it to be like a USA chain restuarant, so a little disappointed but food was ok.

Thank mycityofsydney
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bab10b25
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Response from El_Ekeko_Negocios | Property representative |
It´s The Ekeko a earthly representation of one of the greatest gods of the Tiawanacota culture: The God Tunupa. The Ekeko is always cheerful, as he is a being who gives fortune. The story tells that during his tenure on... More
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