Along the road to Finca La Víspera, this Japanese religious sect sells organic vegetables fertilized with divine light. For under B$7 you can be blessed with the ‘energy’ of the Mahikari Luz Divin…
ASOPEC offers artesanías, produced and sold by Bolivian women from local communities, with all proceeds going to the makers. Wool, ceramics, soap, candles, liquor and even ice cream are on offer.
Half shop, half museum; has costumes and weavings from each of the 16 provinces of Potosí department.
Sells all kinds of bric-a-brac designed by a group of resident artists. One of several similar places along this street.
A good place to stock up on groceries.
Well-stocked US-style supermarket with imported and unique export-quality Bolivian products.
Sells indigenous handiwork, improving the economic condition of rural women who weave with the naturally dyed wool of sheep, llamas and alpacas.
Favored Potosí souvenirs include silver and tin articles available in Stands near the market entrance on Calle Oruro; many of them were produced in the village of Caiza, 80km south of Potosí, which now has…
If you have been hunting for the perfect alpaca sweater, contact the alcaldía (town hall) about Alpaca Works, a women’s cooperative where you can browse their existing stock or order a customized Western-style sweat…
Artesanías La Cambita has a good selection of local handicrafts.