Perfect for those who prefer to explore and discover the city at their own pace and to their own leisure. Valencia offers a variety of museums and monuments but also shops and shopping centers. Our travel guides will provide you with a street map and you will be deposited on a central point, where you will be picked up again at a certain hour.
Enjoy your freedom! Valencia is a true shopping paradise. The third largest city of Spain is packed with shops, and you will have no trouble to spend your day shopping. The most known shopping boulevard must be the impressive Calle Colón, where you will find a dazzling selection of the famous international brands as well as a selection of smaller and original boutiques that have managed to conquer their space. The famous Spanish department store ‘El Corte Ingles' is definitely worth a visit, and remember that foreign tourists can pick up a special card that allows them to enjoy discounts up to 10%!
By the way, did you know that Zara clothes are made in Spain and that the chain of fashion stores Mango has Spanish roots as well? It is even said that the clothes are a bit cheaper over here ... If it’s rather Armani and equivalents you’re after, you will have plenty to satisfy your cravings. Most shopping streets are concentrated around the Mercado Colon, a former market hall changed into a shopping center surrounded by designer boutiques and souvenir shops. The largest market is the Mercado Central with nearly thousand stalls offering fruit, vegetables, meat and fresh fish. Perhaps it is not exactly what you are after as a shop hopper, but without any doubt it’s a nice discovery of the everyday life in Valencia and probably the perfect opportunity to shoot some great pictures!
Stroll along the elegant and exciting shopping boulevard or lose yourself in the narrow streets with their quaint shops. Both shopaholics and culture lovers will not be disappointed!
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