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Shopping Guides

  • Shopping in Madrid. The Tourist Board offers you a comprehensive guide for making the most of shopping in Madrid. By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here 
  • Guide of shopping itineraries. From beautiful antiques through the latest designs, furniture, fashion, the most prestigious trademarks, gifts, to souvenirs or select gastronomic products, they all fill up shop windows everywhere in the Community of Madrid, making them very attractive to the passer-by. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • The Madrid Shopping Experience. When it comes to shopping, Madrid is at the top of the list of unmissable destinations. Home to the most exclusive brands, the city offers visitors Luxury with a capital L.By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here
  • Shopping Guide Serrano. Calle Serrano, alongside Calle Ortega y Gasset, Claudio Coello, Lagasca, Castelló, Goya, Velázquez, Jorge Juan and Príncipe de Vergara, form the so-called Golden Mile. By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here
  • Gran Vía Avenue Shopping Guide. By Esmadrid.com (PDF) Download here
  • Guide of the best shopping malls in Madrid. Madrid has a great very many different Shopping Malls. Some base their offer on both Spanish and international first-class trademark stores. Others focus on leisure and eating out and usually combine stores with other facilities such as cinemas, bowling alleys, sports facilities, discos,restaurants and so on. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here
  • Guide of the charming, tipical, traditional and oldest shops in Madrid. There are a great many establishments full of tradition in Madrid. They are family - run businesses whose secrets and good practices in their manufacturing of products have been handed down through various generations or new businesses that have recovered the old ways. By El Consorcio de Turismo de Madrid (PDF) Download here