|Sunday||11:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
From 9 on Sunday. Best visited early before the crowds arrive! You'll find everything from bags and jewellery to pieces of amber and model dragons! It was great to talk to the artisans about their work. I couldn't resist trying some lechona, which is a traditional Colombian dish of slow-cooked pork stuffed with rice and beans - at 10k pesos I got a heaping plate and wished I hadn't had as big a breakfast! Occasionally a vendor accepts credit card but as a rule most of them take cash. As a solo female I encountered no issues with safety though be aware that surge pricing will be in force when you call an uber, and because of the ciclovia it may mean traffic on your way home.
Interesting place full of unique selections.
Open on Sundays with lots of original artesenias, not just for tourists and plenty of dining options.
Incredibly charming place. Perfect for a Sunday walk.
Great place to visit
A nice market full of art and culture but most of the sellers do tend to target tourists the moment you look at their stall a second too long. Lots of cute cafes and stores in the area to check out as well.
You can find crafts of any kind, with excellent finishes. Bags, shoes, singles, paintings of different textures, boxes to store objects. If you want a good coffee accompanied by an exquisite dessert, you will also find it. Outdoors all stands.
Not really a flea market, but a craft market catering to foreigners and tourists who live in or visit Usaquen. There are some items of reasonably good quality, but no bargains such as you might find at a real flea market. Worth a trip.