Tlaquepaque is a shopping experience in Sedona that should not be missed. If you want unique and one-of-a-kind gifts, this is the place for you. The plaza is modeled after a traditional Mexican village and houses over 40 shops, including over a dozen galleries, jewelry shops, five restaurants, and half a dozen clothiers.
The atmosphere here is that of artsy meets the Southwest, with everything from hand-blown glass and handmade shoes to paintings, pottery, silver, leather, silk, music boxes, and even furniture. The plaza was originally conceived as an artist’s community in the 1970s, and it’s not unusual to see an artist working on one of their latest pieces. It’s best to take your time walking t...Read More