Destination MadridDestination Madrid

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Put simply, there are three shopping areas in Madrid: Centro, located between Puerta del Sol and Gran Vía Chueca, directly to the north and east of Centro and Salamanca, slightly further to the east. These represent three different types of shopping, especially with regard to the range of clothes offered. It’s middle-of-the-road in Centro trendy in Chueca and expensive, designer fashion labels in Salamanca.

In Centro, you will find El Corte Inglés—Spain’s largest department store chain, as loved as it is hated, but used by all. Carry on to the Chueca district, and reach Fuencarralthe, the hottest street in the area. Here you can visit El Mercado de Fuencarral, an entire gallery of clothes to go clubbing in, cool accessories and branded clothes with street credibility. Close by, you can also find The Deli Room, which sells a selection of hip Spanish designer labels displayed in a delicatessen setting. In Salamanca, further to the east, the streets are lined with high-end boutiques: Camper, with the full range of men’s and ladies’ footwear from Spain’s shoe success story Mercado de La Paz, which is Madrid’s most mouth-watering fresh produce market and Lavinia, Europe’s self-proclaimed biggest wine shop. Still not satisfied?

Finish off your shopping trip at ABC Serrano in Salamanca, an eight-floor shopping centre with four floors devoted just to fashion. Here hot new designers such as Amaya Arzuaga rub shoulders with reliable stand-bys like Zara. There are also cafés, restaurants and a gym.

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