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Shopping in Spain

Spaniards prefer to go to shopping in small boutiques instead of going to big malls. This way they can explore different kind of shops and offers, and maybe rest for a while by stopping for tapas in a cafe somewhere on the street. If you want to get a meaningful and non-commercial souvenir you’ll definitely find something in these uniques hops. These shops offer cool design products with a Spanish touch. For example, get a magnetic football table player (yes, it was invented in Spain!).

One of the best things in Spain when it comes to shopping is the fact that shops are open until very late in the evening (9 or even 10 pm). While you’ll find a great variety of international brands, you’ll also come across a large choice of national and local brands. Are you ready to plan a full day of shopping in your trip to Spain? We’ve prepared 10 best shopping malls and boutique shops in Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla!

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Top 10 Shopping malls and Boutique shops in Spain

  • The main shopping area in Seville is Sierpes street where you can find the popular retail shops but also cozy boutiques on the narrow streets around.
  • Mercado Sevillano de Plata is a great place for getting beautiful pieces of silver. Weight them, pay, go - great bargain!
  • El Corte Ingles is a Spanish department store offering a wide variety of clothing, accessories and other products - situated in Plaza del Duque.
  • Gran Via in Madrid is one of the main shopping areas, you’ll find a combination of international and national brands there.
  • El Rastro in Madrid  is the place to go if you like flea markets, leather, second hand clothes and hunting for hidden treasures on a Sunday morning.
  • Madrid Xanadú is 23 km outside of the city, but if you’re in for a day trip you’ll discover the most impressive shopping mall Madrid has: lots of shops, cafes, restaurant and countless activities opportunities!
  • The Portal de l’Àngel is the place to go to if you’re interested in exclusive brands of clothing and accessories.
  • Plaça de Sant Josep Oriol will charm you with its street musicians and artists but you can also find designer boutiques and handicraft shops.
  • Mercat de Sant Antoni is a Sunday morning market where you can get everything from old maps, stamps to books and cards.
  • El Boulevard Rosa is an indoor arcade of over 100 shops in the heart of Barri Gotic area - don’t miss out the antique shops!



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Top Local shops and Local products Spain

  • Don’t miss out on “Huevos a la Flamenca”, a delicious Spanish ham, veggies, sausage and seasoning that will blow your mind away!
  • Try out “Gazpacho”, a perfect cold tomato soup to beat the heat of Seville.
  • Go to Puerta de Triana for the oldest ovens in Spain and taste traditional baked sweets such as “tortas de aceite” and “polvorones”.

  • Try “cocido madrileno” for a famous beef and vegetable stew that consists of 3 courses and is particularly loved in the winter time.
  • Trying to get some traditional espadrilles? Don’t miss Casa Hernanz located on Calle Toledo 18.
  • Ever had a potato omelet? It’s called “tortilla de patata” and you’ll hear its name everywhere in Madrid!
  • Taste domestic brews like Mahou in Cervezorama in Madrid, you’ll have a hard time stopping!