The Juarez Market is a must-see for those who want to get to know Mexican culinary traditions. The Juarez Market not only houses artisans, but also different stalls that have a combination of meats in a smoky room. The atmosphere in this market is very heavy and noisy and there's a smell of cooking meat. Of course, forget your "intestinal" fears and choose the more tasty-looking meat, if that concept still exists in Mexico. You also have to remember to request a good cook! An Indian fellow there was quick to offer vegetables, peppers and salsa, while another one prepares the dough. Finally, you can have up to three additions to a single basket of meat, bread and stuffing, to make up one or two tacos. It's a pleasant surprise that's delicious and authentic!
This is a lovely spot for traditional easter celebrations and is set apart by the pre-Hispanic architecture of its farms and Santa Prisca Cathedral (Baroque and Chirriguresco). Enjoy small squares, cobbled streets and alleys without sidewalks