Shopping in Barrio de Salamanca

Top 10 Shopping & Malls in Barrio de Salamanca (Madrid)

Shopping & Malls in Barrio de Salamanca

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  • SammieA
    Portsmouth, UK112 contributions
    Great family fun for an hour or so. We wanted to find something fun for the kids (aged 9 and 11) to do after a day of sightseeing. We found this place online so turned up on a Sunday evening for a 7pm start time. We paid about 45 euros for 4 people and I must say it was really really good fun! The kids absolutely loved it - particularly the slide and the ball pit! It wasn’t too busy which made it even better but beware there are lots of people taking photos for their Instagram profiles who take FOREVER getting the right pose! We weren’t in a rush so it didn’t bother us, but some people were getting pretty riled by it.
    Written 25 October 2022
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  • OCkharma2
    California21 contributions
    Mercado de La Paz is a beautiful market, for its displays and food offerings. Many a review have attested to that.

    The pleasant surprise is the Portuguese shop, Maninha Sardinha, which sells Portuguese wine, canned fish, coffee (also from Timor), and perhaps one its most iconic treats, pasteis de nata. Having been to Portugal prior to visiting Spain I was so pleased to see a shop offer pasteis de nata. Even more so, when I sampled one (with port wine which is their creation), so crispy its crust and so flavorful its content.

    I also tried the chicken rice with raisin dish, a specialty of Maria mom’s cooking. Maria runs the shop and has an interesting family history. All dishes were wonderfully enjoyable.

    For sure, when in Madrid next I will stop by this local market and indulge in Portuguese products from Maninha Sardinha. IMO Portuguese food is underrated compared to better known ones from the Continent!
    Written 16 September 2022
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  • SPAINDOCTOR
    Madrid, Spain5,457 contributions
    This house is very elegant
    You pay 8 euros
    But you get to see a lovely palace
    Is located in front of Cibeles
    Written 10 July 2020
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  • BennyMalaga
    Malaga, Spain89,775 contributions
    This small shopping mall is still being reconstructed, although the Mercadona Supermarket is still open. I think that many of the stores that were there before will be changed to new stores.
    Written 26 September 2016
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  • Eternal_Holidays
    Majorca, Spain5 contributions
    Colección SOLO is an international arts project based in Madrid which aims to foster, support and share the artwork of today.

    The collection and the Espacio SOLO Museum form the pillars of a creative endeavour begun over 7 years ago by the Spanish entrepreneurs Ana Gervás and David Cantolla.
    Written 18 September 2021
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  • SPAINDOCTOR
    Madrid, Spain5,457 contributions
    Always clean and good
    The man section in the 52 has the gourmet experience in the top
    Very good
    You can shop and eat well
    Written 12 July 2020
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  • Roger L
    Farnham242 contributions
    We visited this store on the advice of our hotel concierge when we asked where we could get some quality olive oil. They advised us to look in the gourmet food department which is situated in the basement of the store and this is worth a look whether you plan to buy or not, This area also houses a number of small specialty cafes including a hamburger outlet "Hamburguesa Nostra" where we had lunch and I have reviewed separately. The remainder of the store occupies another 7 floors and sells just about anything you would want including both international and Spanish brands. My wife and I particularly like to buy our holiday gifts at places like this because It is possible to get gifts or souvenirs which are locally (in this instance) branded and typically Spanish and are reasonably priced and not the overpriced "tat" typically available in souvenir shops. On this occasion we were able to buy a couple of bowls in the shape and colour of an aubergine and a tomato and some cruet sets.
    Written 19 May 2019
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  • RafaelSeromenho
    Sintra, Portugal5 contributions
    This place is simply amazing, every detail is rocked to a maximum and incredibly designed.
    2 amazing Bar islands provide with you with a taste of the whiskey that you would like to try, and many other mixes/explanations on whatever floats your boat!
    I was tended to, and very well so by Eric: A very enthusiastic and calm gentleman who made sure both me and my colleague were happy with our choices.
    Upon choosing the "Oban Bay Reserve" he explained very carefully what it was made of, how it was made, why it had been distilled twice only, and with what it would be paired with.
    Eric, you're an asset to the company, i wish you the best in whatever you see fit to do!
    Written 28 November 2019
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  • Rasha
    236 contributions
    Serrano is a very nice avenue in Salamanca with a variety of things to do and see.

    There are many shops from high end brands to everyday brands so you can shop till you drop.

    There are also many places to eat or have a drink as well.
    Written 16 December 2021
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