San Antonio’s Market Square is a vibrant Mexican marketplace, featuring crafts, entertainment and food from south of the border.
Shops and stalls sell Mexican fabrics, pottery, leather goods, toys and jewelry, and the central El Mercado is the largest Mexican market outside Mexico.
Market Square is a great place to graze on Mexican tortillas and enchiladas, plus a farmers market specializes in Southwestern and Mexican produce.
For a sit-down meal, visit the famous 24-hour Mi Terra Cafe for Tex-Mex cuisine served under twinkling Mexican lights. While you dine and shop, Market Square entertainment includes strolling musicians and cultural shows.
Excellent tour. We did this tour on our first day in San Antonio. Therefore, if we wanted to go back to see something we would be able to.
This was a tour that exceeded our expectations and was well worth the money! We were picked up and dropped off at our motel which was a bonus for us. We had a small tour group of 12 and our guide, Bob, was excellent. If you want to see the highlights of San Antonio, this is the way to go.
It was our first day of being in San Antonio and we felt that we received an excellent overview of sites. Our guide, David, was fabulous. Thank you from visitors from Minnesota.
Market Square is just south of Milam Park on the western side of central San Antonio, several blocks west of the River Walk.