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Chueca District

The Chueca district is one of the most bustling areas of the city. As a shopping district, its well-known for its avant-garde and Spanish fashion shops, and numerous stores continue to spring up to delight the most daring and stylish of buyers.[Learn more]

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El Corte Ingles

On Gran Vía, the famous shopping center, El Corte Ingles clearly dominates the shopping area. It encompasses several buildings and carries the most comprehensive collection of designers of any large store in Spain.[Learn more]

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El Rastro

Dating back to medieval times, El Rastro is one of the oldest markets in Europe, yet it's also one of the most modern. The famous flea market sets up business daily and throngs of sellers and buyers converge near the Plaza de Cascorro site.[Learn more]

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Isolée

Located in the district of Chueca, one of Madrid's shopping districts, is Isolée, a one-stop shop for the most fashionable and style conscience.[Learn more]

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Las Salesas

Las Salesas is home to a plethora of art galleries, international retail shops, charming little boutiques, gourmet bakeries, and above all, fashion houses. The area has turned its two main streets into genuine catwalks setting the latest trends.[Learn more]

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Triball

Triball is named after the triangle formed around Calle de la Ballesta, by the streets Desenga?o, Valverde and Corredera Baja de San Pablo. This rehabilitated area has opened to new designers, gourmet shops, restaurants and even new cultural proposals.[Learn more]

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