This is one of Madrid's best and most exclusive markets. It has been open for over 40 years selling quality fresh produce ... More
Mercado de Chamartín
This is one of Madrid's best and most exclusive markets. It has been open for over 40 years selling quality fresh produce to the neighborhood on both of its two floors. You'll find stalls bursting with the best available fish and seafood, meat, fruit and fresh vegetables that all arrive on a daily basis to ensure freshness. There are also two cafes in which you can take a break from shopping.
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 ...
An upmarket shopping center full of expensive stores selling high quality goods on Calle Goya near the corner with Calle
Serrano. You'll find a stationer's, a jeweler, a cafe and fashion clothing outlets like Cerruti, Umo, Alfaro and Beverly ...