The Best Areas for Shopping

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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. CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

In this shopping area you’ll find modern and vintage items, comic and rare books, cultural treats and LGTBIQA+ shops.

A shopping district in the shape of a triangle for original gifts in one of the busiest, most touristy areas in the city.

Open-air shopping in the area of Kilometre Zero and Puerta del Sol: An activity to enjoy all year round.

Flowers, crafts, world cuisine, bookshops and coffee shops, a revamped local market and a street market that is 300 years old.

One of the posh districts of Madrid, for visitors with a strong personality, offering taste without unnecessary luxury.

Shops with character, arts and crafts, culinary gems… Welcome to Conde Duque, shoppers!

Discover this luxury shopper's paradise, a neighbourhood offering everything a discerning buyer could possibly want.

One of the most delightful neighbourhoods in Madrid, the Literary Quarter is peppered with home décor shops, traditional stores and curious venues.

A shopping spree on Madrid’s most iconic thoroughfare and a guide to the finest shops.

We will run through some of the shops you can find in one of the city’s most lively commercial areas.

On your way to the Temple of Debod and Faro de Moncloa, you can stop in this area for a little shopping. There are shops for all budgets and tastes.

Calle de Bravo Murillo is one of Madrid’s busiest streets, lined with both traditional shops and today’s popular brands.

In the midst of skyscrapers and business meetings, the area of AZCA and Castellana offers lots of shops and department stores to meet the needs of fashionistas.

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

Away from the most touristic and best known areas of Madrid, there are areas to enjoy a pleasant day of shopping.  

  • Madrid is home to a variety of shopping centres where you can shop till you drop, take in a film, enjoy a bite to eat and even hone your ice skating skills

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