Ceramics, silver and inlaid woodwork are just some of the most famous craft products from Granada. There is a wide range of shops in the streets of Granada, from workshops, franchises, traditional and prestigious shops to shopping centres and street markets, giving the visitor numerous different alternatives for a day’s shopping.
From the silver, crafted figures of the Alcaicería, to the fashion, shoes and perfumes of the shops in the centre of the city and the large shopping centres on the outskirts, including the second-hand objects in the street markets, Granada offers products to tempt all kinds of shoppers.
Other useful information
Opening times: some shops, especially the large franchises, are open from 10am-8.30pm, and the shopping centres are open from 10am-10pm. Traditional shops open from 10am-1.30pm and from 5-8.30pm, approximately.
Sales: the winter sales generally begin in the second week of January and go on until the end of February, and the summer sales begin on 1 July and run until the end of August.
How to pay: most people pay in cash or with a credit card, when you must show your passport or identity card.
Tax free: residents from outside the European Union are entitled to have Value Added Tax (IVA) refunded on purchases of more than €90.15.
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Granada is a land of craftsmen, and is particularly famous for its guitars – you’ll find their workshops in the Realejo quarter, to give just one example
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