Principe Pio Mall  

  ABC Serrano  

  Moda Shopping  

  Madrid Xanadu  

  Plaza Norte 2  

  Charming Shops  

  Flea Market  



Shopping in Madrid

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Like any modern metropolis, Madrid has several shopping centres or malls to choose from, dotted about the city. But Madrid is also a historical city, and small family-run shops selling traditional goods are still to be seen.

The ABC Serrano Centre, the Mercado de Fuencarral, the Moda Shopping mall, La Vaguada, Plaza Norte 2, and the Principe Pio shopping centre are just a few of the large shopping malls, joined by such new additions as Islazul, Madrid Xanadu, Las Rozas Village and Plenilunium.

The central area around Gran Via, Plaza Mayor and the Puerta de Sol is home to many large department stores such as El Corte Ingles, FNAC and international clothes stores such as Zara, H&M and Mango.

This major shopping district extends towards Plaza de EspaƱa and Princesa street.

However, Madrid is also home to many charming and family-run shops, selling every speciality imaginable from food to antiques. Many of these are described in our section on traditional and charming establishments in Madrid.

The more upmarket Salamanca neighbourhood, based around the streets of Serrano, Velazquez and Goya, is the place to go for the top designer boutiques and more expensive stores.

For more avant-garde tastes, areas such as Chueca, Fuencarral and the Rastro Flea Market are excellent choices.

Whatever you wish to buy, Madrid has everything under the sun!



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