Summary: If you’re not fond of monuments and museums but plan to stay for a few days in Madrid, this post is for you! For shopping malls and restaurants, check out our list.
Here is a list of the different places you can shop in Madrid.
This is a very famous shopping mall where you will find all the popular brands. It is a little far from Madrid, but you can take a bus (625,628,or 629) from Moncloa Station in Madrid, and it takes around 40 minutes to get there.
If you like Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vouitton and much more, this is your destination of choice. You can find several stores showing their shiny and attractive designer brands. This one is inside Madrid at the “Nuevo Ministerio” subway station.
One of the fanciest and most expensive streets in Madrid, the Calle Serrano is famous for its stores and is located in the swanky Barrio of Salamanca, the home of many wealthy and politically powerful Madrileños.
This is outside of Madrid but worth a visit. You can take a bus from the last subway station, line 3 villa Verde Alto.
This restaurant is supposed to be the oldest in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. It is touristy, but worth trying.
Address: Calle Cuchilleros 17
Specializes in the famous local Madridden dishes.
Address: Carrera de San Jeronimo 8 Madrid
Don’t miss this restaurant if you want to try some of Spain’s famous dishes. This establishment is famous for its variety.
Address: Calle La Bola 5
Want to try the traditional Spanish cuisine? Then La Copita Asturiana is your place.
Address: Calle Tabernillas 13
This is a restaurant with a flamenco show—or a flamenco show with a restaurant! A good choice.
Address: Calle Canizares 10