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The district of La Mariscal is the best place for crafts, from llama rugs and jewellery at La Mariscal Craft Market to ethnic art at Folklore Olga Fisch gallery-shop. Find the finest Panama hats at Homero Ortega & Hijos in the New Town or choose fair-trade wooden bowls and woven mats at the Sinchi Sacha Foundation in the Old Town. Shops are open Monday to Saturday 9am-6pm and are closed on Sunday.

Shops

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  1. 1. Folklore Olga Fisch - Shops

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    Folklore Olga Fisch, Quito. Photo by Iván Ceballos, courtesy of Olga Fisch

    Named after the late Hungarian-born artist and collector that founded it, Folklore Olga Fisch is a gallery-boutique with the most exquisite folkloric creations in Ecuador. Look out for hand-embroidered textiles, intricate woven rugs and ethnic ceramics. The New Town branch is the largest of three.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 9am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm

    Address

    E10-53, Avenida Colón & Calle Caamaño, New Town, Quito

    Telephone

    +593 (0) 2 254 1315

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Folklore Olga Fisch Website

  2. 2. Sinchi Sacha Foundation - Shops

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    Sinchi Sacha Foundation, Quito. Photo by Horacio Araya, © Quito Visitors' Bureau, www.quito.com.ec

    The non-profit fair-trade Sinchi Sacha Foundation promotes high-quality tribal art. Visit its well appointed and fairly priced gallery-shop Tianguéz in the Old Town for Amazonian crafts such as woven mats, carved bowls, prints, paintings, jewellery, as well as authentic Panama hats.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 9.30am-6.30pm

    Address

    Tianguéz, Cuenca and Sucre, Plaza de San Francisco, Old Town, Quito

    Telephone

    +593 (0) 2 2954 326

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Sinchi Sacha Foundation

Markets

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  1. 3. Santa Clara Market - Markets

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    Just north of La Mariscal district, the bustling Santa Clara Market is a favourite with locals for its fresh produce, meat, flowers and knick-knacks. Browse among the stalls for exotic fruit and juices, dried herbs, food for a picnic, and woven baskets.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 7am-5pm; Sun 7am-3pm

    Address

    Corner of Versalles & Marchena, La Mariscal, Quito

    Telephone

    +593 2 2522 321

    Transport

    Taxi

  2. 4. La Mariscal Craft Market - Markets

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    La Mariscal Craft Market, Quito. © Quito Visitors' Bureau, www.quito.com.ec

    La Mariscal Craft Market is the most convenient, laid-back and reasonably priced crafts market in Quito. Around 100 stalls offer llama rugs, alpaca jumpers, leather goods, Andean dolls and jewellery. It's a good alternative to the popular market town of Otavalo, as there's no travelling involved.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm

    Address

    Jorge Washington (between Reina Victoria & Juan León Mera), La Mariscal, Quito

    Transport

    Taxi

Specialists

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  1. 5. Homero Ortega & Hijos - Specialists

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    Panama hats are actually made in Ecuador, something useful to know before visiting Quito's finest hat specialist, Homero Ortega & Hijos in the New Town. They've been in the business for five generations and only use the best craftsmen.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 9.30am-6pm

    Address

    N24-100, Avenida Isabel La Católica & Madrid, New Town, Quito

    Telephone

    +593 (0) 2 2526 715

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Homero Ortega & Hijos Website

  2. 6. Camari - Specialists

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    Camari is a delightful and extremely affordable shop, run by a fair-trade foundation promoting artisans in indigenous communities. Purchase hand-made plant soaps, delicious Ecuadorian cocoa, coffee, chocolate and tea from small estates, woven mats, hand-crafted paper and painted figurines.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.30pm; Sat 8.30am-1.30pm

    Address

    2-38, Marchena & Versalles, Santa Clara Market, New Town, Quito

    Telephone

    +593 (0) 2 254 9407

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Camari Website

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