Valencia Shopping

Unleash your inner shopper

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Regarding opening hours

A word of advice

Maybe because Spanish people love siesta, most independent stores in the city have a split schedule. Malls don’t, but most stores will remain closed from 2 to 5pm approx. so take that into account if you’re planning on going shopping.

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Tips & Tricks

For curious visitors

Famous markets and flea markets

There are a few markets you just have to visit if you’re interested in Valencian products, such as the Central Market, where you’ll find chef Camarena’s Central Bar, and Colón Market, where you can drink typical horchata at the famous Horchatería Daniel.

If you’re planning on visiting the Round Square, it would be a good idea to go on Sunday and check out its flea market.

Colon St. Apple Store

Classic shopping

At the mall

It’s 4pm, you’ve already had lunch and a drink, and want to do some shopping. But the stores are closed! Do not panic: you’ve always got the malls.

El Saler, Aqua, and the famous El Corte Inglés do not have a split schedule. We recommend the latter’s cafeteria in the 6th floor for coffee and great views.

The best for shopping

Walking down the streets

It’s a beautiful day and you don’t want to spend it inside a mall or a market; Valencia’s got you covered.

You’ll find a lot of world-renowned stores in Colón St. and right outside Colón Market, in Jorge Juan St., where some of the city’s most exclusive stores are located; also inside the Jorge Juan Gallery. Don Juan de Austria St. is great for a shopping-eating out combination.

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