The Casa do Artesao, which is a part of the larger organization SESC, houses beautifully-crafted art pieces, colorful handicrafts and locally-made shawls and rugs. These are the items that showcase the true culture and heritage of Mato Groso. If you are an art lover, then this place is sure to charm you in more ways than one. Apart from the artistic items, the place also houses some of the most delectable jams and sweets, which are made by local confectioners. This market is the perfect spot if you are looking to take some unique souvenirs back home.
A complete shopping experience, the Pantanal Shopping mall houses more than 200 stores selling different brands. With three floors and 10 anchor tenants, the mall has 2000 parking spaces for the customers convenience. The food court and cinema multiplex are an addition that attract locals and tourists alike. With everything from groceries to branded clothes being available here, the shopping center has become a favorite destination.
With over 180 stores to its credit, the Shopping 3 Americas mall also houses a multiplex with eight screens and a food court that serves an array of cuisines. Located just next to the Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, the shopping mall sees a footfall of about 650,000 people every month. The mall has seven anchor stores along with services like ATMs, laundries and workshops. With 20 restaurants, the food court manages to sit 800 people at a single time. Drop by at the mall on an afternoon and check out the wide range of brands on offer.
Mercado do Porto is a huge market located in the Porto neighborhood of Cuiabá. A weekly market, it operates only on Sundays, and is a huge crowd puller. One of the best and biggest markets in Cuiaba, it sells everything from fish, meat and fruits, to cheese, pastries and vegetables. The market also has stalls which sell clothes and handicrafts. A number a small cafeterias present in the market serve some delicious local food and drinks. The market remains an attraction for tourists and locals alike.
Artíndia is a unique shop operated by the FUNAI. This place is great for visitors looking to take home one-of-a-kind souvenirs that are quintessentially Brazilian. On display are an array of handicraft items from across the country. Local artwork and crafts, collectibles, accessories, rattan handbags and spears make for conversation-starting gifts and home decor.
Established in 1989, the Goaiabeiras Shopping center remains to be the first shopping mall in the state of Mato Grosso. With roots held back in the late 20th Century, this mall is regarded as one of the best in the entire state. With 204 stores, a seven screen cinema and a food court, the mall is frequented by middle and high income groups alike. It houses a variety of local and international brands that spoil you for choice. Some of the brands featured include Adcos Cosméticos, Avenida, Bamboo Brasil, Beto Sports, Arezzo, Calvin Klien, Casa Prado and Evidence. Drop by at the mall to shop, eat, watch movies and enjoy the day with your family or friends.
C&A is that one store which caters to your entire family's clothing needs. With a huge variety of clothes for men, women and children, C&A is famous for its quality and stylish ensembles. The store has clothing, inner-wear, shoes and accessories, which is great to revamp your wardrobe. Apart from the chain of stores across the country, C&A also has a virtual store, where you can do online shopping.