Our January Magazine incorporates a novelty: the redesign of our guide’s ability to Madrid as a shopping destination, leading in the European and world market, turn our city into a major attraction for all international companies that want to open shop in our country.
If you are looking for clothes from leading designers and the best brands, this is your neighborhood, the most exclusive shopping. We can highlight the streets, Ortega y Gasset, Velázquez, Goya and Serrano, mad jewelry for expensive handbags, accessories, footwear, clothing shops.
This is the area where you will find the most modern and alternative shops. If you are looking for original and avant-garde clothing you have to stroll through these streets, highlighting especially the Calle Fuencarral. And meanwhile you enjoy one of the more Bohemian city.
Located in the area between Lavapies, Puerta de Toledo and ambassadors is the biggest flea market in Madrid. We can enjoy it every Sunday and public holidays from 9 am to 3 pm and what you do not find here is that it does not exist. It sells clothing, ceramics, music, video games, jewelry, painting, antiques and everything you imagine. And even you can also sell.
In case outside little, Madrid has a range of local and international firms at the global forefront, with shopping for all tastes: luxury in the Barrio de Salamanca, the more alternative trends in Malasaña and University. Through neighborhoods like Las Salesas lyrics, each of them with an own, very personal idiosyncrasies and which gives very specific shops to the neighborhoods.…