Las Rozas Village luxury brands outlet 70 off

All luxury brands at discount price

Las Rozas Village, is a big open air mall in the north west of Madrid in Las Rozas. Here you will find plenty of luxury brands that propose discount prices for products of previous seasons. The average discount rate depends on the brand and the period of the year, but it goes from 30% to 70% or the average price. Las Rozas Village luxury brands outlet 70 off

The place is pretty nice, well decorated and if you like shopping and luxury brands this is the place to be. If the weather is nice you have the possibility to have lunch or dinner at their terrace restaurants.

I will list the brands that you can find over there so you are sure of find what you are looking for.

Adolfo Dominguez Aristocracy Armani Outlet
Baldinini Barbour Billabong
Bimba y Lola Hugo Boss Bow tie
Brooks Brothers Burberry Bvlgari
Calvin Klein Jeans Camper Carolina Herrera
Calvin Klein underwear Clarks Coach
Columbia Desigual Diesel
Dirk Bikkembergs Dockers Dolores Promesas
El Ganso Ermenegildo Zegna Escada
Furla G-star RAW & footwear Gant
Geox Gucci Guess
Hackett Hour passion Imperio Clandestino
Intropia Karen Millen La Perla
Lacoste Le Creuset Levis
Liu Jo Loewe Lottusse
Maje Michael Kors Munich
Nanos Napapijri New Balance
Onitsuka Tiger Pepe Jeans Polo Ralph Lauren
Pretty Ballerinas Punto Blanco Purificación Garcia
Real Madrid Rituals Roverto Verino
Samsonite Scalpers Dolce & Gabbana
Starbucks Ray-Ban Superdry
Swatch TAG Heuer Timberland
Tommy Hilfiger Tous Tumi
UNO de 50 Vans Versace
Villeroy & Boch Watx Zwilling J.A. Henckels

With all these brands available I’m sure, you will find what you are looking for.

Las Rozas Village is around 18km outside Madrid, so I will list all the possibilities for you to get there.

By BUS, you have to go to Moncloa bus station and take bus 625 (Madrid-Monte Rozas) or  628 (Madrid-El Cantizal) or 629 (Madrid-Parque Empresarial), there are buses every 20 minutes and it will take around 40 minutes to get there. The ticket will cost you 2,60 (one way). Here you will find the time table.

By TRAIN: Las Rozas Village is accessible by train in 25 minutes from Madrid centre. El Pinar de Las Rozas station, just 3 km from Las rozas  Village, so you will have to take a taxi in the station. The train service leaves from Madrid’s Atocha station every 15 minutes you can take lines  C8A, C8B or C10 line. But also, you can take the C8A and C8B lines from Madrid Chamartin station. The price ticket is 2,60 one way.

Last but not least, if you like Asian food there is an excellent restaurant a 2 minute’s walk form Las Rozas village call Kyoto, here is the link Calle Juan Ramón Jiménez, 28232 Las Rozas, Madrid.

You want to do shopping in madrid after Las Rozas Village, go to gran via street in Madrid and keep your shopping going!

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