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Bästa butikerna i Spanien

Bokhandel
“The most famous book store in Portugal and one of the most beautifull in the world. ”
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Elektronikaffär
“Stort köpcentrum med flera hundra butiker. Allt från märkesbutiker, restauranger till gigantiskt stor matvaruaffär.”
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Torg
“Här finns massor av butiker och restauranger och en hel lekavdelning för barnen.”
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Marknad
“The San Miguel Market is the city’s gastronomic temple, the contemporary o fresh seafood brought from Galicia each day, the Mediterranean rice or the special cheese from Castile, Asturias or the Basque Country. The finest products and wine from the length and breadth of Spain are divided among 30 permanent”
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Köpcentrum
“Arenas Mall How to get there: - Bus: D20 - Get off at Plaza Espanya - 1 minute walk”
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Köpcentrum
“Stort köpcentrum som har det mesta populärt för tonåringarna att få några timmars shopping här!”
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Köpcentrum
“The Muelle Uno Pier is a great weekend evening walk with lots of bars and restaurants, ice cream shops and more. Sunday mornings there is often a flea and artisan market.”
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Köpcentrum
“Great all in one shopping mall with popular affordable brands and the Gallery Lafayette.”
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Marknad
“old market converted into a hub for restaurants, tapas bars, drinks, etc. night life with roof terrace open all year round and great views of Madrid.”
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Farmers Market
“Amazing place to have tapas and to buy fresh food - fish, meat, vegetables. Our preferred spot for tapas is the Medina bar in a corner in the meat section, if you go there say Hi to José. Open Mon to Sat in the morning only (9-14). Monday no fish.”
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Köpcentrum
“Gallerian ligger nära och har massor av butiker och cafe. Trevligt tillhåll på kvällarna. ”
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Köpcentrum
“It might be too touristic but is one of the little shopping centers opened on a sunday.”
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Köpcentrum
“The name of this shopping center is a tribute to Christopher Columbus. The architecture of the space, as well as its original decoration, were adapted to the time of the Portuguese discoveries, one of the most important periods in the history of Portugal. The squares and streets inside the center have names alluding to the 16th century, such as the Avenue of the Discoveries and the Tropic of Cancer Square. It has enough commerce, clothes shops, food stores, stationery, a chapel, a hypermarket, etc. It also has cinemas, sporadic exhibitions, and gardens with several restaurants. It is now the largest shopping center in the Iberian Peninsula with a total of 338 stores and 6.326 parking spaces.”
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Köpcentrum
“Supermarkets, Apple Store and boutiques - easy to park - it's got everything a shopper will need.”
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Marknad
“From the Barcelona Cathedral, an undulating, brightly coloured roof catches our eye. Attracted like insects to a colourful flower, we approach to discover a food market below the roof: the Santa Caterina Market. The original design of the building, as well as the treasure trove of produce displayed on its stalls, won't disappoint visitors to the neighbourhood of Santa Caterina. The refurbishment of Barcelona's first covered food market by the architectural practice of Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue was completed in 2005. The old Santa Caterina food market revealed a gleaming, undulating and brightly coloured roof designed to be seen from the air. The roof is attached to the building by a wooden structure, and a vast mosaic of coloured ceramic pieces, representing fruit and vegetables, boldly breaks with the traditional look of a market. The market has always been characterised by a desire to innovate. Santa Caterina Market was built in 1845 to provide the neighbourhood's blue-collar community with foodstuffs. The spacious, modern market building was constructed on the former site of the Convent of Santa Caterina, from which it takes its name. During the post-Civil War period, Santa Caterina became the main food supplier to the towns on the outskirts of Barcelona. People from Sant Adrià, Santa Coloma and Mataró came on the tram to buy food in this market in times of shortage. Today, the market is still worth a visit: the modern exterior ushers us into a traditional market with food stalls and restaurants which serve outstanding-quality produce.”
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Marknad
“At the market you will find local produce both to cook at home, or enjoy at the market. Some shops give you a taste of local wines or gastronomic products. There are cafes, oyster bars, sushi spots, and a restaurant.”
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