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Cancun Shopping Guide
Why would you want to come to Cancun and go shopping, well a good reason is that the entire state of Quintana Roo is a DUTY FREE zone, coupled with the fact that you can get great prices on luxury items to unique one of a kind Mexican handicrafts, hand carved by Artisans from all over Mexico. There are plenty of malls, markets and stores all over Cancun and everywhere will gladly accept U.S dollars. Make sure you practice your bargaining skills, but keep prices realistic so as not to offend. I have compiled as list of the best places in Cancun for shopping, including a variety of markets and malls.
Cancun Hotel Zone Shopping
La Isla Shopping Village
Blvd. Kukulcán Km.12.5

La Isla is probably Cancun's most shopping famous mall. It is a large, spacious open-air mall, located on the Lagoon side of the hotel Zone. With over 120 retailers of distinction and movie theaters, an array of dining options, an aquarium and even a labryinth there is certainly something for everyone. Buses and taxis frequently pass La Isla, or if you have a car there is always plenty of space.
Plaza Kukulcán
Blvd. Kukulcán Km.13

Plaza Kukulcan is Cancun’s and the Riviera Maya’s most luxurious shopping mall. It features high end boutiques selling the best quality jewelry, clothes and unique one of a kind art and handicrafts. It is situated on the hotel zone among the finest 5 star and gran turismo hotels of Cancun. This is the perfect place to buy that “something special”.
Plaza Caracol
Blvd. Kukulcán Km.8.5

This is a shoppers paradise. If you are in the shoping for Gucci, Prada and Ralph Lauren then this mall is for you, there are over 200 boutiques here and also cafes, restaurants and food stores. The prices are great and it's the perfect place for buying that new outifit to go with your new tan. Cancun shopping at it's best!
Plaza Flamingo
Blvd. Kukulcán Km.11

Although Plaza Flamingo is small it has a lot of quality stores, from high end jewelry to designer boutiques and sporting goods. The famous Pat O' Briens pub is located here along with Bubba Gump and the Outback Steakhouse.
Cancun Downtown Shopping
Plaza las Americas
Ave. Tulum

Plaza las Americas is a big, modern Mall in downtown Cancun with all the chain stores from Sears to Zara. The movie theatre shows all the latest movies and has a VIP section. There is a bingo hall called YAK, really popular with the locals and great for practicing your numbers in Spanish! From sunglasses to sofas and t-shirts to taco's you can get it all here.
The Home Depot
Paseo Cancun

The Cancun home depot is obviously not high priority on the list of places to visit with tourits, however you never know when you are going to need a light bulb, a screw or a new drill!! Usefull to know there is one in Cancun if you live here!
Walmart

There are 3 Walmart's in Downtown Cancun. They are all the same, and pretty much the same as in the U.S! Useful though for shopping for a few things such as towels, sunscreen and big bottles of water. Don't drink the water from the tap in Cancun.
Mercado 28
Ave. Sunyaxchen

If you are in looking for typical mexican handicrats, jewelry, hammocks or souvenirs, then stopy by market 28 in Downtown. The prices are much cheaper than on the hotel zone and they have a better variety aswell. Have a good browse around and you will definitley find a beautiful one of a kind Mexican souvenir. There is also a great seafood reataurant El Cejas, try their Shrimp Cocktail!
Plaza Nayandei
Ave. Bonempark, Downtown

Plaza Nayandei is a cute, relativley new mall located just at the top of the Hotel Zone in Cancun Downtown. It has a great gym, coffe shops, restaurants and other useful stores. Stop by to get away from the crowds in the hotel zone and pick up a nice souvenir.
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