This market opened a few years ago as way to bring together, promote and publicise products made by the Mayan artisans who live around Antigua, using some very remarkable techniques. It is located just a few metres from the Central Market of the city. Under a rather curious roof, there are a good number of stalls divided into two very different areas. The first, which is more organised and formal, has precious metals, wooden craftwork, fabrics and all types of typical products from Guatemalan cultures, especially the pre-Hispanic. However, the stalls at the end of the market are said to be where you can really haggle on prices and strike a good deal with the traders. Time to show off your best negotiating skills.
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