If you fancy some retail therapy just wander through the streets and you'll find the best shops and top brands.



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Plaza Redonda - Round Square

Plaza Redonda is an enchanting spot located in the Historic Centre of València, where you can find ceramics, souvenirs and lace, amongst other items. On Sundays, in the adjacent streets, there is a collectors market which is sure to excite children and adults alike.
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Calle de las Cestas - Street of the Baskets

A street full of shops where handmade wickerwork items and leather goods can be found.
Address: Músico Peydró
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Central Market

This modernist construction is a must-see for shopping lovers, given its ample selection of foodie delights and architectural beauty.

HOURS: from 7 AM to 3 PM from Monday to Saturday.
Address: Pza. De Brujas s / n.
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Poeta Querol Street

This shopping district boasts the city’s most exclusive stores, including famous international designers and luxury Spanish brands.

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Colón Street and Eixample

Shoppers will find well-known high street brands and exclusive jewellery and interior design stores dotted along Calle Colón and its surrounding streets, as well as around Colon Market.
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The Ruzafa neighbourhood has enjoyed an upsurge in commercial activity in recent years and its eclectic shopping establishments are certainly worth a visit.

Address: Calle Sueca, Literato Azorín, Cádiz and surrounding streets.
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Avenue of France

Avenida de Francia, the extension of Calle Alameda and the exit towards El Saler, comprise a new shopping district which is home to a number of shopping centres, in addition to other stores with interesting offerings.


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What to Buy in Valencia
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Going shopping in Valencia, a huge variety