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Town of San José de Gracia

Before visiting the Broken Christ you should stroll through the traditional market and pick up some souvenirs to remember your trip to San José de Gracia.

A great place for souvenirs and typical Mexican food.

At the end of Avenida Juan Domínguez. vivaaguascalientes.com

Saturday/ Sunday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You can also find souvenirs on the town’s streets where artisans sell their products on their doorsteps.

Make sure you swing by the traditional handicraft market in San José de Gracia. You’ll find ideal souvenirs, like figures and images of the Broken Christ and leather items. The town’s typical handicraft is pottery molded at low temperatures; you’ll have no trouble finding a whole range of products and styles.

There are also food stands where you can get delicious Mexican treats such as tacos, sandwiches, iced drinks, candies and much more. Do some shopping and enjoy a tasty snack while you’re at it.

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