Posts with category Madrid Compras

The best shopping outlets in Madrid that won’t hurt your bank balance

By | 28 June, 2019 | 0 comments

The sales are coming and there is nothing better than an outlet for the best offers on the top brands. If you don’t know of any outlets in Madrid, don’t miss this post which will detail the top three in the Spanish capital.


Las Rozas Village

Of the three in this list, Read full article

Discover Madrid in 48 hours

By | 22 March, 2019 | 0 comments

Even though it’s difficult to truly get to know Madrid in only 48 hours, we’ve put together a quick guide that will allow you to visit the most important monuments in the Spanish capital. Rest assured: during these two days you will have plenty of time to taste Madrid’s cuisine, go shopping and visit museums.


Begin at Plaza Cibeles and the Cybele Palace, Read full article

Christmas shopping and the best pop-up stores

By | 10 December, 2017 | 0 comments

For some time, traditional shops have been making way for short-term sales spaces known as pop-up stores, which open especially at Christmas. One of them is The Brand Market, located in the heart of Madrid (Calle Flora, 6, next to Calle Arenal), where you can find attractive brands such as Mapanda or Jemelos Con Jota, Read full article

Pop-up shops, a new way of shopping

By | 17 October, 2016 | 0 comments

November is the prelude to Christmas and the shopping season is already in full swing. This applies not only to conventional shops but also to pop-up shops, whose main distinctive feature is its short opening times. The success of the pop-up shop that IKEA opened in El Rastro for ten days in October is proof that the formula works, Read full article

New urban markets: gastronomy and much more

By | 15 November, 2015 | 0 comments

Mercado San IldefonsoAs well as the famous San Miguel, Antón Martín and San Antón markets, there are other gastronomic spaces that are worth visit. One of them is the brand new San Ildefonso market, an ideal space to enjoy a few tapas in an urban hipster atmosphere under the ‘street market’ label. Here, they sell food that is ready to eat, Read full article

El Rastro: a must-see

By | 30 July, 2015 | 0 comments

rastro madridThere isn’t a single Sunday that does not see the appearance of this traditional flea market in Madrid, which starts on Plaza Cascorro in the district of La Latina and then carries on Ribera de Curtidores, finishing at Campillo del Nuevo Mundo. This is where book lovers can find their favourite stalls, which were set up there at 5.00am and where they can find books, Read full article

Second-hand clothes for first-time wearing

By | 15 July, 2015 | 0 comments

vintage madridThey often become department stores of ragged clothes that nobody wants but there is also the case of shops where you can buy clothes that are semi-new and that are much cheaper than in conventional shops. All of this comes with a mysterious touch of knowing that they had an owner before us.

One of the most popular ones among this never-ending fashion is El Templo de Susu, Read full article