Here you’ll find lots of small Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) tableaux, tinwork and figurines of every sort, from ceramics to toy soldiers. They all have two things in common: they’re easy to pack and have nothing…
The guayabera (embroidered dress shirt) is the classic Mérida shirt, but in buying the wrong one you run the risk of looking like a waiter. Drop into this famous shop to avoid getting asked for the bill.
A good place for guayaberas (embroidered dress shirts) and huipiles (traditional blouses and dresses). It has been in business since 1948, offering fixed prices and custom tailoring.
Shelves a selection of archaeology and regional history books in English and has good Yucatecan cookbooks, too. The bookstore has other branches throughout the city.
Sells trendy graphic T-shirts and an assortment of Mexican pop-culture souvenirs, including coffee mugs, jewelry, handbags, caps, and wrestling masks.
Hamacas El Aguacate stocks quality hammocks at decent prices (M$550 to M$700), and there's absolutely no hard sell. Also has mosquito nets for M$200.
One place to start looking for handicrafts is this government-supported market for local artisans. Prices are fixed.
Has a large catalog with all kinds of sizes, shapes and colors of hammocks (and chairs), plus it ships worldwide.
A wide variety of products (primarily handicrafts) concentrated in one area of shops.