COMMERCIAL AREAS

gran via

Gran Via

Madrid's Gran Vía has a length of 1,3 Km and is one of the main avenues and shopping centers of the city. The main stores in the capital and all the large commercial chains are represented in this area.: Zara, Mango, H&M, Bershk, The English Court, Primark ... Many of them occupying buildings that are authentic architectural marvels.

crooked

Fuencarral and Chueca

Another of the main commercial points of Madrid. Here you will find a wide range of sports brands such as Puma or Foot Locker, fashion like Levi’s or Calvin Klein and luxury brands like Michael Kors or Antonio Domínguez. further, It is the Olympus of alternative venues in Madrid, with urban fashion stores, retro and vintage, tattoo studios or comic book shops.

preciados

Preciados

In this area there is the largest commercial offer in Madrid in terms of technology, books and music. Among the most important stores are the Apple Store, the FNAC and La Central bookstore. Nevertheless, There are also large fashion stores such as El Corte Inglés, Zara or Bershka.

Salamanca neighborhood

Salamanca

To the northeast of the city there is an area known as "The Golden Mile", which comes to host numerous firms of the most expensive and luxurious brands in the world: Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, etc. If you are looking for this type of business, take a detour through Serrano streets, Velazquez, Castelló or Goya.

MALLS

principe pio

Principe Pio

One of the most visited shopping centers in the city. It is the ideal place to rest from a tourist tour. It is located in what was once one of the oldest train stations in Madrid. Here you will find a wide commercial offer in men's clothing, woman and child, jewelry, home and sports items.

Address: Florida Walk, 2, 28008 Madrid
Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a 22:00 h, Sunday of 11:00 a 22:00 h
Phone: 917 58 00 40

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 148, 3, 41, 46, 573, 75 y C2.
  • Train: C1 lines, C10 and C7.
  • Metro: line M-10.
las rozas village

Las Rozas Village

Although it is in the suburbs, Las Rozas Village shopping center is one of the most complete shopping centers in the capital. In addition to finding the best stores with an excellent value for money, there are tourist information points and free WiFi. We will find renowned brands, como Boss, Armani, Bvlgari, Calvin Klein o Jimmy Choo.

Address: Juan Ramón Jiménez Street, 3, 28232 (Las Rozas in Madrid)
Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a 22:00 h
Phone: 916 40 49 00

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 625, 625A, 628, 629 Y 685.
  • Train: line C3.
the trough

The Vaguada

It is the first shopping center in the city of Madrid. It is one of the most visited shopping centers in the city. It maintains a certain traditional air, although it has managed to stay at the forefront, offering services such as dental offices, cinemas and hypermarkets. Its traditional market is very attended by tourists.

Address: Of. from Monforte de Lemos, 36, 28029 Madrid
Schedule: from Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 a 00:00 h, Friday and Saturday of 9:00 a 2:00 h
Phone: 917 30 10 00

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 132, 133, 137, 147, 602, 815 Y 83.
  • Train: lines C3A and C7.
  • Metro: lines M-7 and M-9.
the gavia

The Gavia

Declared the largest shopping center in the city of Madrid. It welcomes more than 150 shops of all kinds, even from the most recognized brands worldwide, as Adidas, Chicco or Levi's, among other. The emblem of this shopping center is the Ikea store and its innovations. further, La Gavia shopping center provides a gift card purchase service worth between 10 Y 150 euros, to spend them in the downtown stores.

Address: CALLE ADOLFO BIOY CASARES, 2, 28051 MADRID
Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a 22:00 h
Phone: 914 25 54 01

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: bus lines 142 Y 145.
  • Train: lines C2, C7 and C8.
  • Metro: lines M-1.

STREET MARKETS

Madrid trail

The trail

The market in Madrid par excellence. We talk about one of the most admired, not only from our country, but from all over Europe, And it is not an exaggeration. It is said that whatever is intended to be found, as strange as it is, will be there. Madrileños and tourists have been verifying it in first person over the years.

Address: Calle de la Ribera de Curtidores, 28005 Madrid
Schedule: from Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 a 20:30 h, Sunday of 8:30 a 15:30 h

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 116, 118, 27, 34, C1 and C2
  • Train: C10, C5
  • Metro: M-1, M-5
nomada market

Nómada Market

Design market, he has earned by his own merits being one of the best in our country. It is organized one weekend a month and is announced through its official website. It is a unique opportunity to find all kinds of products, from well-known or pioneering brands.

Address: Cebada Square, S/N, 28005 Madrid
Web: HTTPS://WWW.NOMADAMARKET.COM/
Phone: 622 56 46 64

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 60, 17, 23 Y 35
  • Train: line C1
  • Metro: line 1
motor market

Motor Market

One of the most admired markets in Madrid is organized in the Railway Museum. It takes place the second weekend of each month. In the, vintage-style fashion and craft products are often found. It is a very unique place, its pedestrians are surrounded by trains and accompanied by food trucks, music, dance and entertainment.

Address: Train museum, Walk of Delights, 61, 28045 Madrid
Phone: 636 62 83 46

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:

  • Bus: lines 19, 45 Y 6
  • Train: line C1
  • Metro: line M-3
design central market

Central Design Market

Market dedicated to fans of art and design. It is organized the first weekend of each month. Your access costs 3 euros, but it has an outdoor area with free activities.

Address: Chamartín station, S/N, MEEU – 1Anta Plant, 28036 Madrid
Schedule: Saturday and Sunday of 11:00 a 22:00 h
Phone: 918 05 05 76