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Shopping in Spain: typical places

Shopping in Spain: typical places

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  • 1. 1- Introduction In Spain you can find everything from shopping in the streets, outdoor markets, to designer shops to sell the latest fashion and couture. Shopping in Spain is always an adventure and some of the best places for shopping are the open-air markets and shops in the interior in Barcelona and Madrid (Capital City).
  • 2. 2- Shopping in Madrid There is a lot of noise caused by the speech of the people, their laughter, especially Sunday mornings, when one of the streets of this town was closed to traffic and becomes the best market in Spain, “El Rastro”. This market is open-air and you can find all kinds of products, from animals to the latest Hollywood fashion. A part from the market “El Rastro”, Madrid has some of the best shopping centre in Spain.
  • 3. 3- Shopping in Barcelona Barcelona has several open-air markets offering a variety of jewelry, books, art ... etc.Two most popular markets are “Mercat del Encants”, and “Mercat de Sant Antoni”; “La Rambla” is a avenue in the city center. In general all the markets of Barcelona open from eight o'clock until three o'clock. Whenever you go to an outdoor market should bring money well saved.
  • 4. 3.1- Mercat del Encants It is second hand, market's oldest and most important of Barcelona varied items such as jewlery and clothing. Open from seven o'clock until noon.
  • 5. 3.2-Mercat de Sant Antoni One of the most important and biggest markets in Barcelona. It is located in a factory that Sunday mornings are crowded. Inside is a restaurant with really good food.
  • 6. 4- Costa del Sol It is located in the south of Spain on Andalucia’s coast in the province of Malaga. There are some markets and shops. Their prices are a little high compared to the rest of Andalucia because it is the most tourist place of the coast; Marbella is the most tourist and expensive city in the Costa del Sol.
  • 7. The coins are eight: -One cents. -Two cents. -Five cents. -Ten cents. -Twenty cents. -Fifty cents. -One euro. -Two euros. The tickets are seven; -Five euros. -Ten euros. -Twenty euros. -Fifty euros. -One hundred euros. -Two hundreds euros. -Five hundreds euros. 5- Money Can be exchanged at a bank and at most travel agencies, hotels and airports.