5 Fairs to attend this week


Natasha Clay

Here is a list of fairs that you should visit if you’re looking for something unique or fresh to add to your home.

Shopping is always a fun activity, but sometimes it puts a strain on our wallets. Luckily Lima loves hostings various types of “ferias” where you can find great products at reasonable prices.

Take a look at this week’s fairs that you can attend. Admission is free for all fairs.

Mi Mercado Independiente Fair
This independent market fair is far from average. It offers a large variety of independent brands along with clothes, makeup, accessories, books, antiques and much more eye-catching items.

When: March 17
Where: Cí¡mara de Comercio de Lima – Av. Giuseppe Garibaldi 396, Jesús Marí­a

Cachinera Fair
This two-day fair located in Barranco will have you spending your money like crazy. With vintage clothing and adorable trinkets you can walk through various aisles looking for something that will catch your eye.

When: March 18 -19
Where: Centro Cultural Juan Parra del Riego- Av. Pedro de Osma 135, Barranco

(Photo: Facebook)

India 2017 Fair
This fair will have you holding India in the palm of your hands. For the first time in Peru, India’s 70th anniversary of Independence will be celebrated. Not only does this event allow you to purchase products from India, but you will also be able to enjoy typical dances and amazing food for 9 days.

When: March 18 – 26
Where: Centro De Exposiciones Jockey Club Del Peru

Coleccionistas Fair
Are you a collectionist looking for that one missing piece to complete your action figure collection? Maybe this fair can help you. With various participating exhibitors and products, you might just find something to add or start a new collection.

When: March 19
Where: Avenida José Pardo 225, Miraflores

Barranco Eco Fair
Not only does this eco fair sell fruits and veggies for you to take home, but it also offers a variety of other products ranging from skin care to wooden toys for kids. Keep in mind that this fair is only open on Sundays, so mark your calendars.

When: Every Sunday
Where: Calle San Martin block 7, Barranco



Natasha Clay

Natasha grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Peru two years ago and studied Bilingual Administrative Assistance and General Management at the British Academy. In her spare time she loves to be with family and her maltese, Maya.