Spain – a state in the south-west of Europe
Shops are open from 9.00 to 13.00 and from 16.00 to 20.00 from Monday to Saturday. Large department stores – from 10.00 to 21.00 from Monday to Saturday without a break, supermarkets – from 9.00-10.00 to 20.00-21.00 without a break, from Monday to Saturday. From 13.00 to 16.00 – siesta. On Sundays and holidays (with the exception of specially agreed days) everything is closed. In summer, in tourist areas, shops are open until 22.00 (sometimes until 23.00) without days off.
Spain is the country of bullfights and flamenco, temperamental beauties and ripe oranges, which is why souvenirs from Spain are also very unusual:
Toro is a bull in Spanish (hence the “bullfighter”) and a kind of symbol of the country. Bull souvenirs, large and small, hard and soft, from a variety of materials, can be found everywhere in Spain. Continue reading
Greece is a state in the south of Europe
Shops are open from 9:00 to 15:00 (in the summer – from 8:30) and from 17:30 to 20:30 (in summer – until 21:00). In tourist centers, shops can work until late evening and seven days a week.
In addition to fur coats and all kinds of fur products, it is possible to buy good knitwear, leather goods and leather shoes in the country.
In addition, they make high-quality and diverse jewelry of gold and silver. You can also buy statues of marble and alabaster, “red-figure” and “black-figure” vases, as well as other ceramics, lace and embroidery.
One of the main products that tourists buy in Greece is olive oil. You can buy it, as in supermarkets, and directly at the airport in the Duty-free shop. Also pay attention to such products: honey, olives, ouzo. Continue reading
Greenland or Qalallit Nunaat
Shops in the cities. In Greenland, a wide range of products can be found in the supermarket. Since almost all, with the exception of fish and some meat products, are imported to Greenland either by ship or by plane, therefore prices are higher than in Europe. Alcohol, tobacco, fresh fruits and vegetables, and dairy products are also expensive products in Greenland.
Shopping in settlements. In localities, the choice of goods in stores is somewhat limited. The more residents in the settlement, the greater the choice. On the other hand, you can always buy fresh fish, lamb and meat at affordable prices. In cities and towns, souvenirs are sold in stores, but they are not as high-quality as souvenirs sold in souvenir stores. Continue reading