Zaragoza has much to offer in the way of shopping, with most central streets in Zaragoza being lined with shopping opportunities. Zaragoza’s shopping area stretches from Paseo de Sagasta to Plaza de España. The most exclusive shops are on Francisco de Vitoria, San Ignacio de Loyola, Cadiz, Isaac Peral and the streets crossing them.

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Antiquities and craft shops can be found at Plaza de San Bruno, with an open street market on Sunday morning. If you are looking for everything under one roof, then El Corte Inglés is located next to Plaza de Paraíso. For books, travel guides, maps, etc. go to Librería General at Paseo Independencia 22, El Corte Inglés at Paseo Independencia 11, or FNAC at Calle del Coso 25. 

Mercado Central is on a site that has been a market place since the Middle Ages. It is the perfect place to buy fresh products as well as observe the atmosphere of a traditional Spanish market. On Sunday morning there is also a traditional flea market around the Misericordia bullfighting arena.