Cordón is a central barrio (neighbourhood or district) of Montevideo, Uruguay, located directly East of the Centro. Its main avenue is 18 de Julio Avenue. It is delimited by Miguelete Str. and La Paz Str. to the North, Dr. Barrios Amorin Str. to the West, Canelones Str. to the South and Dr. Joaquin Requena Str., and Rivera & Artigas Avenues to the East.
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This is a huge outdoor market. A true cultural experience every Sunday in Montevideo
Must visit in Montevideo. The more you go into the side streets, the more interesting it gets.
Nice place to visit as a tourist. Be there around 10am and be very careful cause there are lots of "pick pockets" specially if u are a women.
A typical fair of Montevideo. One of the most ancient. Nowadays has been magnified. You can find oldest things and newest ones. Prices varies from shop to shop.
It has an incredible variety of things to sell! You literally can find everything here. Though... it gets very full of people
"Feria vecinal" Neighborhood fair, with a wide range of produce, cheese and sausages mixed with "antique findings" a real memorabilia. Be prepared to be called "vecino" in a friendly welcome shout-out. Everything is sold here. Everything each sunday from 8am to 4pm. Bring your sneakers.
Es muy diferente! This is a place where you can find many things from antiques to daily products and arts & crafts. You should spend some hours in this exquisite fair in Montevideo!
More farmers market than flea market. A few interesting antiquities mixed among the chinese imports.
A truthful display of vulgarity. Dont visit it unless you like crowded places, overpriced junk, animals in cages too small for them, fruits and vegetables not cheaper than markets and, maybe, mates.
It's basically a Sunday market with some nice food stalls, the book stall of Ahmadiyya Muslim community there is worth visiting, definitely recommend