Tlaquepaque Sedona Shopping
The Tlaquepaque Sedona shopping village is named after a suburb in Guadalajara, Mexico.
This touristy shopping area has cobblestone pathways and water fountains. It gives the impression of you are walking through a spanish village.
Tlaquepaque is home to 40+ art galleries, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. While some may find it to be simply a tourist trap, I think this shopping center is a lot of fun to walk around and just enjoy the atmosphere.
Check out the shops, view the architecture and sculptures, smell the roses, and experience Sedona.
One of our favorite spots to eat in Sedona is the Oak Creek Brewery. They have a nice menu and great view of the red rocks of Sedona if you are sitting near the huge picture window or on the outside patio.