When we were here last month we walked around the market area but realized after we had missed the main event.
Mercado Libertad, better known as Mercado San Juan de Dios (San Juan de Dios Market). It is the largest indoor market in Latin America with an area of 40,000 m².
The market has three levels and two parking lots.
The market was inaugurated on December 30, 1958 and was designed by the architect Alejandro Zohn.
There are approximately two thousand nine hundred eighty posts in the market, selling clothing, eyeglasses, shoes, movies, video games, CDs, electrical goods, and many other types of items. The lower level includes stands selling typical foods of Guadalajara, such as tortas ahogadas (sandwiches 'drowned' in sauce), perhaps the most typical dish from Jalisco, as well as tacos, pozole, and other food.
The first level has a section that includes stalls selling typical groceries and sweets as well as an area of stalls selling crafts. The second level includes small restaurants and food stalls selling typical Mexican dishes. The third level, the most recent addition, includes stalls selling imported goods, clothes, electronics, music, movies, computer equipment, paint, shoes, etc.
The restaurants have comfortable seating areas.
This section is devoted to watch bands, rows and rows of them.
Couldn't help but think of the cow - from meat to leather.
Always an altar with Out Lady of Guadalupe.
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