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Gourmets will appreciate the variety of small stores offering artisanal cheese, vegetable oil and wine. From the best handbag in town to the best españrilles, Madrid telegraph specialist Annie Bennett knows exactly what address you need to buy like a national. For almost two hundred years Casa de Diego has been offering handcrafted compartments and is one of Madrid's most popular tradtional stores.
There are also specialized in parasols and canes - also handcrafted in their other store and workshops near Calle Mesonero Romanos - as well as scarves, veil and castagnets. Located in the heart of the city, the store has a section for English and other language titles and specializes in literary, historical, philosophical and sociological subjects.
There' also very sweet ones for baby. Observe the craftsmen making handbags and accessoires in this classy craft lab in a secluded place in the centre of the Austrian district. Have you ever wanted to buzz around in a cloak? This store is just right for you. Outside is painted with a wood façade and it is the only place in the whole wide range that is selling robes and nothing else.
Cloaks are made of thick but light Béjar terry cloth, a city in the Salamanca region, and are slit on a back side dinner plate - a seemingly easy but skillful procedure. If you' re whirling through the store in one go, you won't want to take it off.
She has a large selection of native extracts from all over Spain, many of which would be hard to find. The young and vibrant group of seven persons behind this business tries to communicate that the products on offer are made by genuine men who all have a tale to tell.
Salamanca's excellent boutique offers a wide range of wines from all over Spain and the rest of the you.