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Shopping in Malaga is great. There is bits of old and bits of new and anybody should be able to find something to their liking. There are contemporary, vintage and chic options. Malaga knows many international brands and large shopping malls as well. However, it isn’t a large anonymous mix of shops. There are plenty of little shops, with stores that have been in the same family for many generations. These shops are really idiosyncratic and charming, selling just one or two highly specialized products. For instance, right next to a designer store, you will be able to find a tiny little haberdashery, selling bobbins, bows and buttons. Also, there seem to be more and more people who are starting up new and interesting little stores all across Malaga. Unsurprisingly, you will also find a whole host of souvenir shops. Here, you can buy the slogan t-shirts, sea shells, kitsch ornaments and cheap jewellery that you can find in any tourist resort across the world. You may want to stay away from these and find something truly unusual at the weekly market. You can find fantastic ceramics (Malaga is famous for its outstanding pottery), as well as beautiful leather wear .In terms of shopping malls, you could try the El Corte Ingles, which sells absolutely everything you could possibly want. From furniture to perfume, it is all available here. The Marques de Larios is the swankiest, traffic free shopping street of Malaga where you find the most expensive shops. This is reflected in the exterior of the street itself, with glossy marble pavements If you don’t want to spend any money, or simply don’t have any money to spend, Malaga is still a fantastic place for window shopping. This is particularly true for the Marques de Larios area, where you can also spend some time visiting the surrounding squares that hold ancient churches and buildings.
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