toda espana madrid compras  Flea Markets in Madrid Shopping Madrid At the time of purchase, Madrid has it all. Big designer houses, bold and vintage clothing international brands and a long tradition in markets. Here we suggest some shops in Madrid for shopping armes a route to your liking.

In the city center, La Puerta del Sol and the surrounding streets have shops of international brands such as Mango, H & M, among others. If your style is more retro, you have many shops that deal with collecting vintage clothing in good condition. Get in the Temple of Susu (Holy Spirit, 1) clothing 70 and 80, as well as interesting accessories. You can also visit Pepita is dead, a legendary store, and sells used clothing, rent clothes for film and theater.

If instead you prefer to get all the fashion to come, then your place is the Fuencarral market, and Serrano and Velazquez streets, in the neighborhood of Salamanca. In this section you will find exclusive brands from designers like Chanel, Armani and Prada. Haute Couture and prêt à porter wear the most elegant and expensive of Madrid.

In addition to various shops, Madrid has a long tradition of markets. This type of trade takes place outdoors and has several suggestions: food, clothing, books, household items, plants and even coins and stamps. One of the most famous is the Rastro, by appointment on Sundays and holidays and numerous deals in antiques. Located in the popular neighborhood of La Latina, the trail is a market with 400 years of history, the market is around the Tanners Bank, which has in its surrounding streets by selling specialized products, such as street Fray Ceferino Gonzalez formerly was selling animals, or the streets of San Cayetano, known as street painters. The streets Arniches Carlos Carnero and specialize in selling old books. They prove to be very picturesque streets, which house many of the apartments in Madrid to rent for days, and where you comfortably accommodate puesdes.

Other markets are very interesting and Book Fair used in Cuesta de Moyano, the Flea Market Avenue Felipe II, which is one of the oldest in Madrid and is located next to Goya Metro while in Plaza Mayor, You can find the Philatelic and Numismatic Market. Also in the square stands the Erillas Majadahonda Flea Market with over 150 stalls, and for fans of modeling and trains, Model Market awaits first Sunday of the month at the Railway Museum (C / Paseo de las Delicias, 61).

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