Ticking items off on your Spain itinerary will very well make you think of souvenirs. Whether you’re on the hunt for glitzy fashion pieces or charming local crafts, there’s little chance that you will leave Madrid empty-handed. Here are some of the places where you can experience the best shopping in Madrid:
This French department store chain that specializes in books, music and other cultural products opened its first store in Madrid in 1993. These days it includes electronic goods in its list of offerings and has several stores in the city. These include those on Calle de Preciados and Calle de Goya, and at Plaza Rio 2.
The renowned Spanish luxury fashion brand traces its roots to Madrid and has been famed for its leather items. You can find a Casa LOEWE all over Madrid, including those on Calle de Serrano and Calle Gran Vía.
El Rastro has been a popular flea market since the Middle
Ages. Each Sunday, you can browse for popular brand knock-offs, hand-sewn bags,
old watches and all the other wares offered in the thousands of stalls at El
If you want to find something gourmet or hand-crafted as a
souvenir of your trip to Madrid, you might want to visit Mercado de San Antón. This
is a great spot for hunting down gourmet olive oil, handmade soap, Spanish wine
and other souvenir items to take home with you.
Antigua Casa Talavera specializes in artistic ceramics not just from Madrid but from other areas of Spain as well.
Casa de Diego
Since 1858, Casa de Diego has been the go-to place for
handcrafted fans and other genteel accessories for men and women. You can
browse through its offerings in its stores along Puerta del Sol and Calle de Mesonero Romanos.
There are shops of fashion’s big names and alternative labels along Calle de Fuencarral. There’s also a mix of body art parlors, Asian boutiques and quaint cafes that contribute to the bohemian charm of the street. Among the shops here are Sfera, Superdry, Adidas and Levi’s® Store.
This pedestrianized street is one of the most popular retail
hubs in Madrid. There are various shops and a couple of department stores
lining the street, including Fnac, Foot Locker, MANGO and MAC Cosmetics.
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