Shopping at pop-up stores and Christmas markets in Madrid

During December, the Christmas market on Madrid’s Plaza Mayor is flooded by fir trees, outlandish wigs , nativity pieces and, of course, many, many children. Every tourist and family in town can’t miss the tradition of visiting the mythical market at least once. However, those looking for the perfect gift outside mainstream commercial routes in the capital, should keep in mind that the pop-up market season just started. The best pop-up stores open their doors in unique locations (such as palaces, greenhouses, etc.) to show the latest trends proposed by craftspeople and designers. Here, Christmas shopping becomes a complete entertainment experience, given the fact that most of these markets have additional concerts, playgrounds, food trucks…

The best duty-free shops: go shooping at the airport

Black Friday (and Cyber Monday)

Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) iscounts have arrived in Spain and they are planning to stay. This popular sales experience in online and physical shopping, imported from the United States over the Thanksgiving holiday, is the starting point for Christmas shopping in America. However, it has begun to root strongly in Spanish companies. Nevertheless, shopaholics (especially last-minute shopaholics), as well as discount lovers, know that there is a place where it’s always Black Friday – the airport duty-free shops! Join us in this journey through the most curious and inexpensive duty-free shops that make waiting time at the terminal much more entertaining.