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Everything from fabulous antiques to the very latest designs: the window displays with furniture, top fashion labels, gifts, souvenirs and speciality foods will delight visitors strolling through the city’s streets. There’s a whole world of shopping possibilities in Madrid’s shops, shopping centres and street markets.

Madrid has numerous shops and shopping centres to entice visitors of all ages out on a shopping trip… and many of them, both in the centre and in the suburban areas, are open all day. There are five main shopping areas in Madrid: Salamanca, Chueca, Centro, Princesa and Cuatro Caminos.


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  • Madrid, an exclusive shopping experience.

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    … Madrid. As in all the world’s top capital cities, in Madrid you’ll find a whole paradise of exclusive collections, luxury labels and sophisticated accessories which are guaranteed to make a day’s shopping an unforgettable event. The “Golden Mile” in the Salamanca district is home to the smartest sho…

  • Madrid, shopping at your leisure.

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    … Madrid. You’ll find that Madrid is the ideal place for a leisurely shopping trip with all the family. There are numerous shopping centres in and around the city where you’ll find a vast range of labels and shops, and where you’ll have no problem updating the children’s or your own wardrobe. And when…

  • Madrid: Crafts in the Centre.

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    … Madrid. The Plaza Mayor, the Gran Via, the Puerta del Sol and adjacent streets make up the oldest shopping area in Madrid where there are myriad small shops specialising in all kinds of traditional, typical and craft products. In this, the neuralgic centre of the city, you can buy craft work, cerami…

  • The Salamanca district: fashion's "golden mile" in Madrid.

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    … Madrid.   The best and most exclusive national and international fashion firms together with antique shops, bookshops, jewellers, galleries and other prestigious establishments can be found in the streets of Serrano, Velázquez, Castelló, Goya, Jorge Juan and Lagasca and the other streets which go to…

  • Madrid: the Rastro, an open air flea market.

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    … Madrid. The Rastro is one of the symbols of the city. Every Sunday and bank holiday, from 9.00 to 14.00 hours, the streets around the Ribera de Curtidores and leading to the Ronda de Toledo receive hundreds of visitors all looking through stalls of second-hand records and CDs, books and clothes, ant…

  • Madrid: avant-garde in Chueca.

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    … Madrid. If you are looking for the very latest, alternative fashions and designs you must visit Chueca, which consists of the streets Fuencarral, Hortaleza, Barquillo and Almirante. The most daring hairstyles, tattoos and the latest CDs and books, shoes or cosmetics are all available in these narrow…

  • Madrid, shopping for tradition.

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    … Madrid. Fans, Manila silk shawls, guitars, capes, hats, embroidery, ceramics... In the centre of Madrid and the streets around the Plaza Mayor square there are a whole host of shops where you can buy gifts for your friends and family, or even for yourself. The typical souvenir shops also offer a ran…

  • A world of alternative shopping in Madrid.

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    … Madrid. Madrid is the perfect city for finding your favourite modern, original and avant-garde clothes. Make your way to the streets of Fuencarral, Hortaleza or to the Chueca neighbourhood, and you’ll understand why these names are synonymous with cutting-edge style and hip alternative fashion. In t…