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Meilleurs magasins

Seasonal eats in an modern space with an all-season terrace
“The contemporary arts center housed in a former historic hospital with an addition signed by French architect Jean Nouvel, that blends historic architecture and contemporary construction. Permanent collection with XIX-XXI art and temporary exhibits . Library, Bookstore, cafeteria. and gardens. Absolutely worth the visit. Check on free entrance days/hours.”
  • Recommandé par 495 habitants
Magasin de chocolat
“"Chocolate with churros". Chocolatería San Ginés is a popular chocolate shop in Madrid, founded in 1894 and located in the San Ginés passage, next to Puerta del Sol.”
  • Recommandé par 157 habitants
Clothing Store
“Es muy barato y encontrarás todo lo que te imagines, tiene cinco plantas y es muy lindo. Súper recomendable!”
  • Recommandé par 43 habitants
Pâtisserie
“Delicious pastries to eat there or take away, do not miss Napolitanas filled with cream, chocolate or cheese and ham!”
  • Recommandé par 44 habitants
Electronics Store
“Movies, music, books, electronics, tickets for every event... In your door step”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Grand magasin
“Major retail store spread over several buildings, containing everything from electronics, to clothing, hardware, appliances, etc.”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants
Grand magasin
“A large Department Store. There are many branded shops around El Corte Ingles in Goya. Relaxed and easy.”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Pie Shop
“Possibly the most famous café-bakery in Madrid's city centre, Mamá Framboise was one of the first to capture a vintage style and the trend of large tables you share with people you've never seen before. It's a place where you can have breakfast and grab a snack, but it's also a shop where you can get lovely things to go,”
  • Recommandé par 36 habitants

Centres commerciaux

Centre commercial
“Si quieres ir de compras y disfrutar de unas excelentes vistas de Madrid. A 25 minutos caminando o 6 minutos en autobús. ”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Centre commercial
“chaussures, bijoux, décoration une multitude de petites boutiques dans un centre commercial à taille humaine en plein centre de Madrid dans la rue piétonne . Vous trouverez sûrement votre bonheur !”
  • Recommandé par 29 habitants
Grand magasin
“Department store with all you can need during your stay in Madrid. Locations for all men clothing and women in Calle Serrano and a second building for home, decorations, bookstore and brico.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Medical Center
“One of the best shopping centers in Madrid, all main stores, restaurants hall and cinemas with 3D.”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Centre commercial
“UN PEQUEÑO PERO SELECCIONADO GRUPO DE TIENDAS INCLUYENDO UN MEDIA MARKT, CORTEFIEL Y PULL & BEAR A SMALL BUT SELECTED GROUP OF STORES INLCUDING A MEDIAMARKT, CORTEFIEL OR PULL AND BEAR.”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Centre commercial
“Very stylish Shopping Mall with quite good restaurants around and terraces to have a good meal.”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
Centre commercial
“It is one of the biggest and more luxurious Shopping Centers in Madrid. A great selection of fashion boutiques, luxury brands, and also PRIMARK, Zara, Benetton, Levis, Decathlon, etc. The Center also offers the O2 Wellness Center with available day passes; Movie Theater, Restaurants, ATM, Pharmacy, Bakery, Dry Cleaner, etc.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants
Centre commercial
“Centro Comercial Marcas exclusivas y restaurantes en centro comercial de techo acristalado con exposiciones y ferias gratuitas.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants

Marchés

Marché
“Magnifique Halle qui propose de nombreux kiosques avec différents types de tapas.”
  • Recommandé par 309 habitants
Marché
“Vous y trouverez des produits de qualités ! Excellent endroit pour déguster des plats de toutes régions ou pays ”
  • Recommandé par 196 habitants
Tapas Restaurant
“a two levels great food choice, usually crowded at lunch, for real Madrid citizens:)”
  • Recommandé par 71 habitants
Marché
“Malasaña lives in perpetual rebellion. The most avant-garde barrio in Madrid, it’s home to candy-colored buildings and technicolor street art, all drenched in Spanish sunshine. Waking from a late slumber, the neighborhood gently crescendos into joyful chaos, first signaled by the clink of tattooed baristas pouring the trendiest café con leches in the city. MOST SHARED 1 Jennifer Lopez Closes the Versace Show in Her Iconic Grammys Dress 2 Emmys 2019 Red Carpet: All The Dresses & Fashion Tonight 3 Watch Jennifer Lopez Tell the Story of Her Green Versace Dress LIVING > TRAVEL Where to Eat and Shop in Malasaña, the Williamsburg of Madrid JULY 23, 2018 1:35 AM by ELIZABETH WELLINGTON Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest ShareShare on Google+Share on Email Plaza del Dos de Mayo in Malasaña Plaza del Dos de Mayo in Malasaña Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Wellington FacebookPinterest Malasaña lives in perpetual rebellion. The most avant-garde barrio in Madrid, it’s home to candy-colored buildings and technicolor street art, all drenched in Spanish sunshine. Waking from a late slumber, the neighborhood gently crescendos into joyful chaos, first signaled by the clink of tattooed baristas pouring the trendiest café con leches in the city. Plant-filled balconies in Malasaña's Plaza de San Ildefonso Plant-filled balconies in Malasaña's Plaza de San Ildefonso Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Wellington FacebookPinterest Under a splattering of graffiti, Spanish abuelas sweep their stoops as the sun peeks over wrought iron balconies. These women have always lived here, through the reincarnations of the barrio named for Manuela Malasaña, a 15-year-old girl who defended her honor to the death, with pluck and a pair of scissors, against occupying Napoleonic forces. The young icon imbued her eponymous neighborhood with an edge that’s only ripened over time. Malasaña’s riotous streets gave way to La Movida Madrileña, the 80s countercultural movement that tumbled out of the country’s transition to democracy. The same streets now sometimes garner eye rolls from locals, who may balk at its hipster revolution but lay claim to Malasaña’s enviable bars and boutiques nonetheless.”
  • Recommandé par 70 habitants
Marché
“The perfect mix between a good old neighborhood market, not gentrified and still innovation. On sundays they have concerts or even salsa ! ”
  • Recommandé par 94 habitants
Farmers Market
“(2 minute walk) www.mercadodelacebada.com Opens M-F 9am-2pm and 5:30-8:30pm; Sat 9am-6pm. Sundays closed Two floors houses stalls of food products, mainly perishable, occupying all the commercial space. ”
  • Recommandé par 89 habitants
Marché
“All kind of fresh foods (meat, fish, fruit and vegetables). You can eve have a lunch, dinner or coffee in many of the singular restaurants inside.”
  • Recommandé par 23 habitants
Marché
“Este mercado es llenisima de tiendas de todos los tipos de comida. Además es un mercado de toda la vida con un núcleo de tiendas familiares que han llevado 30, 40 y 50 años en el barrio. This darling market is a treasure! Since it´s recent reincarnation as a hip foodie market it has taken on a life of its own but the heart is the still the family run food stalls in the center of the market that have been there for between 30-50 years. Go for the delicious food, stay for the lovely people and friendly atmosphere. ”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants