The Best Areas for Shopping

Avant-garde fashion and emerging designers have turned Fuencarral into a daringly innovative shopping district

Look in the shop windows of Gran Vía to find fashion, jewellery and the latest electronic gadgets.

Leading fashion designers and top labels line Calle de Serrano and surrounding streets.

You can shop all year round in the city's central square and in the streets that branch off it, like Preciados, Arenal and Carretas.

Vintage retailers and cutting-edge designs is what you’ll find on a tour around Plaza del Dos de Mayo

Traditional and modern shops coexist in Madrid’s Literary Quarter, where great Spanish writers used to live in the past.

The centuries-old square in the centre of Madrid is still home to shops established by skilled artisans long ago.

A visit to the Rastro flea market is a must for any visitor's first Sunday in Madrid, and a usual strolling ground for Madrileños on public holiday mornings.

Independent fashion for every occasion, the latest trends in accessories and delicatessen for the discerning palate.

Shops, culture, wellness and gastronomy are the hallmarks at the emerging district of Triángulo de Ballesta.

Shops offering products from around the world in a district where cultural diversity is the trend. Not closed for lunch!

A refined environment with exclusive shops, where haute couture and men’s wear are the order of the day.

All kinds of shops and boulevards boasting lovely outdoor bars within walking distance of the city's green lung.

The financial district of Madrid is also a fascinating mix of shops and places to eat out.

Shops, restaurants, nightlife and culture fill every stretch of this dynamic street with energy.

Madrid is an out-and-out shopping paradise. An unrivalled experience at the shops awaits you wherever you go.



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