Shopping: Bernabéu

  • Compras: Bernabéu
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  • Compras: Bernabéu
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  • Compras: Bernabéu
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  • Compras: Bernabéu
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  • Compras: Bernabéu
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A visit to Madrid is incomplete for many people without a trip to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home to Real Madrid and one of the city’s most visited monuments. The first shop to visit is none other than the Adidas official store inside the stadium, where you can buy any product imaginable with the identity of the white team.  

Alongside the stadium, there is a shopping centre,  La Esquina del Bernabéu, with various fashionable establishments and concept stores, as well as restaurants and other services.

The nearby streets are home to some of the best known and popular fashion brands, such as Springfield (Concha Espina, 6), Women’s Secret (Concha Espina, 6) or the sports shop, Asics (Concha Espina, 8). The same area also boasts other more distinguished shops, such as the French  urban prêt-à-porter, Comptoir des Cotonniers (Gutiérrez Solana, 4), Neck & Neck (Santiago Bernabéu, 9) for classic children’s fashion, the male elegance of  Massimo Dutti (Paseo de la Habana, 40), the accessories of Bimba y Lola (Gutiérrez Solana, 8), or the distinction of contemporary gentlemen by Lester (Paseo de la Habana, 54) or Tom Black (Segre, 25).

If you are looking for a high quality gourmet or fresh product, the Chamartín Market offers over 70 establishments with the best range of products from Madrid and the rest of Spain.  

Very close to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, there is also the Moda Shopping shopping centre. Its galleries offer a wide commercial range with such well known firms as Benetton, Adolfo Domínguez, Dolores Promesas, Naf Naf, Purificación García, Roberto Verino, Tous or Trucco.

If we walk a little further south along Paseo de la Castellana or along Calle Orense, we will reach the  AZCA area, an office area where some of the most emblematic skyscrapers of the Madrid skyline can be found along with some leading stores, such as the world’s largest and most eco-efficient Zara store or one of the largest and most modern El Corte Inglés centres.

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