If you fancy doing some shopping in Valencia you will not be disappointed by what is on offer. Being Spain's third largest city, it offers something for everybody from a shopping point of view. Whether you are looking for cheap bargains or designer high-end treats, there is something for everybody in Valencia.
This page will give you an overview to the clothes shops in Valencia city centre. It will explain where to head to if you are looking for high-street shops. It will also let you know the streets to head to if you want to be in the designer part of town. You will also find links to pages with listings for department stores and shopping centres in Valencia.
There is a particular area in Valencia's old town where you will find the majority of the designer shops in the city centre. Within less than 1 km squared you will find a veritable treasure trove of options if you love high-end fashion.
Head to the following two streets to find designer clothing stores to suit all tastes (the two streets are linked, so once you have reached one you won't be far from the other):
Calle La Pau
Calle Marques de Dos Aigues
On these streets you will be able to find famous Spanish designers such as Carolina Herrera and Loewe.
Not only will you be able to find clothes from the more established designers, you will also be able to find seek out clothing lines from up and coming new designers such as Paloma Verdeguer.
If you are a lover of shoes and handbags, you will also be able to find what you're after on the designer streets of Valencia.
It's not just the dresses that you'll love looking at - the shops on these streets also tend to have interesting facades and window displays too.
If you are a fan of vintage shopping, head to the back streets that sit behind the Cathedral in El Carmen. Here you will find a small handful of vintage clothes shops to go rummaging in.
If you are after some bargain clothing options in Valencia, you will find these in even more abundance than the designer options. In Valencia's city centre there are whole pedestrianised areas dedicated to shopping. Here you will find the highstreet stores that you know and love. These include Zara, Mango and H and M.
Head to the following two streets to find highstreet clothing stores to suit all ages (the two streets are linked, so once you have reached one you won't be far from the other):
Calle Don Juan de Austria
It is worth heading to the Spanish high-street stores if you are looking for real bargains. Here you will find better bargains for the exchange rate. Spanish shops include Zara, Mango, Stradivarius, Pull and Bear and Bershka.
Throughout Valencia you will find an abundance of department stores where you will be able to buy clothes for men, women and children. The majority of department stores in Valencia are El Corte Ingleses. This is a famous chain of department stores that you will find throughout Spain. El Cortes Inglés generally sell clothes, shoes, food, cosmetics, home-wear and electrical items. However some of the stores are specialist, so be sure to check that you are heading to a store that offers what you are after.
For listings of department stores in Valencia, see our Guide to Department Stores in Valencia. Here you will find addresses and contact details.
If you are a real shopaholic you may decide to dedicate one of your holiday days to visiting a shopping centre in Valencia. The shopping centres can be found both in the centre of the city and further towards the outskirts of Valencia. If you are looking for one of the bigger shopping centre options it is best to head to one of the malls that are further out of town.
For listings of shopping centres in Valencia, see our Guide to Valencia Shopping Centres. Here you will find addresses and contact details.
Whether you are a man or a woman, old or young there are plenty of clothes shopping opportunities for you in Valencia. It is a city that prides itself on its shops and there is everything from boutiques to large department stores. Depending on what you're after, you should find that you will be able to pick an area and wander around that part of town on foot without needing to take public transport to get between shopping options.