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Salamanca

Salamanca (Calle Jose Ortega y Gasset 89, Madrid) — this is one of the major shopping areas in Madrid. It has some of the city’s largest and best stores. It is located along Serrano and parallel streets, Claudio Coello, Lagasca and Velazquez.

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Gran Vía 2

Gran Vía 2 (Avenida de la Gran Vía 75, Barcelona) – another major shopping center in Barcelona (this time near that city’s trade show center), “Gran Vía 2” has 200 retailers, including Aire, Apriori, Benetton, Blanco, Carrefour, Caroll, Celio, Desigual, H&M, Lacoste, Levi’s, Massimo Dutti, NafNaf, Nike, and Zara. This is the only shopping center […]

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Dreams Palacio de Hielo

Dreams Palacio de Hielo (Calle Silvano 77, Madrid) — this mall offers shopping, leisure and sports with one of the amazing ice skating rinks in entire Europe. This rink is of 1800 square meters. Also, it has movie theatres, restaurants, indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, solarium and a bowling valley.

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Plaza Norte 2

Plaza Norte 2 (Parque Comercial Mega Park, Nacional N-1 Salida 19, Madrid) — Plaza Norte 2 shopping center is one of the largest shopping malls in Madrid, located in San Sebastian de los Reyes, to the north of the city. Plaza Norte offers visitors 200 stores, 25 restaurants or cafés, and 14 cinemas for their […]

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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor (Alfonso Ponce de León 3, Málaga) — Plaza Mayor Leisure Park opened in 2002 and placed within reach of Malaga the most comprehensive leisure facilities. The concept of a leisure park is visible in all the architectural aspects of each square, reinforced with the shows and animations consistently held since its opening. In […]

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L’Illa Diagonal

L’Illa Diagonal (Avenida Diagonal 557, Barcelona) – located within the Les Corts district, this is one of Barcelona’s more exclusive shopping centers, housing over 170 retailers (and restaurants), such as Diesel, Dockers, Custo Barcelona, Massimo Dutti, Lacoste, Superdry, Camper, Tous, Swatch, The Body Shop, Disney Store, and many others. Along with the shopping center, L’illa […]

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El Triangle

El Triangle (Plaza de Cataluña 1-4, Rambla, Barcelona) – this is a one-time bullring converted into a shopping mall (located in the heart of Barcelona). Along with the shopping areas, El Triangle holds cultural activities and other events (sometimes held by the French music & electronics chain “FNAC”) that enliven the center and focused on […]

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Sala Wengé

Sala Wengé (Calle Santa Lucia 11, Málaga) – located in the historic center of Málaga, this House music nightspot attracts a sophisticated mature crowd (both locals and foreign visitors). Unlike other discos, the dress code here is unpretentious. Since it uses local resident DJs (instead of booking big-name international House DJs, it doesn’t get too […]

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Centro Comercial Príncipe Pío

Centro Comercial Príncipe Pío (Paseo de la Florida, Madrid) — this shopping center takes one back to the 19th century. There was an ancient railroad station of Principe Pio which was then converted into a shopping mall. But, the original structure of it is still intact. At present, along with local trains and subway, there […]

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Centro Comercial Los Patios

Centro Comercial Los Patios (Avenida de Velásquez 141, Málaga) – this is one of the first shopping centers built in Málaga and is made especially attractive by its pure Andalusian-style decoration. Besides enjoying typical tapas in some of the bars found inside, you can purchase just about everything you’ve been looking for: accessories, books, newspapers […]