This very popular shop sells newspapers and magazines in several languages. You can find a good selection of maps as well as ... More
Librairie de Rome (La)
This very popular shop sells newspapers and magazines in several languages. You can find a good selection of maps as well as some guidebooks in French. There is also a decent selection of books at the back of the shop. On Sundays, many locals stand inside and read before buying their Sunday paper. There is also a good selection of English-language magazines and newspapers to choose from, but the Sunday New York Times can only be bought the following Wednesday. Cigarettes and a limited selection of cigars are also sold here.
The area around the capital's major square and underneath its arches is full of shops selling items relating to bullfighting,
home decorating, car maintenance, traditional sombreros (hats) and flamenco costumes. It's particularly worth visiting on Sunday mornings when stamp ...
This popular, busy market was built in 1897 and carefully restored in 1977. Now that the Mercado del Este, built
in 1839, has sadly been demolished, this is the oldest surviving market in Santander. It's a fine example of ...
La Boîte à Musique is situated next to the Palace of Fine Arts, with good reason. The presence of culture
cannot be denied here, but the definition of culture is rather restrictive: you will only find classical music. This ...