SHOPPING IN MADRID

SHOPPING IN MADRID
I guess it’s safe to say that every fashionista loves to shop. The thing about shopping at the mall is you are likely to find something that someone else in the office or at school might already have, and it’s pretty dreadful to find that out at a company party or school event. So, if you have the budget, I suggest you shop out of the country. Spain is known for its eclectic fashion sense and lively fiesta feel, so if you’re ready to shop ‘til you drop and party all night, it’s time to pack your bags and head to Viva España! 

After landing at the Madrid Barajas International Airport, you might want to relax in your hotel room before heading out to the shops in the city. A warm bubble bath and a round of poker; is sure to soothe your tired senses. Who knows? You might get lucky and win some cash whilst playing slots, blackjack, or Texas Hold’em. The website also offers 24/7 customer support, which you can contact even when you’re in Madrid. Those who would like to learn how to play the game can check on the How to Play tab to know about the basics of the game, betting rules, as well as the etiquette required when playing. Once you’ve gathered enough playing skills and the courage to play for real money, you can then join the tables online. 


As soon as you feel re-charged and ready to do some serious shopping, put on your summer dress, sombrero, and large sunglasses and head to Spain’s finest shopping destinations: 


Madrid 


 This is Madrid’s most famous open air flea market. El Rastro is more of an event than an actual location, and is held on public holidays and Sundays. You can expect to find bargain clothes, antiques, faux designer bags, and household items in the streets of Plaza de Cascorro and Ribera de Curtidores to Ronda de Toledo. 

Salamanca District – If you’re looking for some high-end boutiques, then Salamanca district near Retiro Park is where you should be heading to. The streets are lined with top Spanish designer boutiques that are sure to take your breath away. From Sita Murt and EKS, Salamanca District is sure to fill your designer must-haves craving. 

 If you’re into vintage fashion then you shouldn’t miss Biba Vintage at Calle Velarde 1, Madrid. Indulge in exclusive beautiful pieces and accessories that you would find nowhere in the US. And hey, there are some neat pieces for men too. 

*This post was brought to you by PartyPoker.es Spain

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