Where to shop in Madrid for everything from espadrilles to extra-virgin oils

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From stylish capes to rare books, shopping in Madrid covers all manner of interests Credit: This content is subject to copyright./Jose Manuel Castillo / EyeEm

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There are lots of little independent shops left in Madrid, some of which are so specialist that they only sell one thing. In summer, visit Casa de Diego for a very necessary purchase of a handmade fan, and in winter, fawn over the super stylish capes at Capas Seseña. Gourmands will appreciate the array of small shops that sell artisan cheeses, extra-virgin olive oils and Spanish wines. For everything from the city's top leather handbags to the best espadrilles, the Telegraph's Madrid expert Annie Bennett knows exactly which addresses you need to shop like a local. 

Puerta del Sol and Gran Vía

Casa de Diego 

Casa de Diego has been selling handmade fans for nearly two centuries, and is one of Madrid’s...

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