Head away from the high street and usual brands for some lovely and unique local shopping.

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Around Oviedo's Uria Street.

Small shops, big charm.

If you want to look at something other than the usual commercial clothing brands you see all over the country and the world these days, check out streets parallel to high street Uria, such as Marqués de Pidal, where you'll find shops with merchandise that's marvelous and quite unique, Campoamor with various fashion boutiques, and the same on Doctor Casal (where both prices and quality tend to go a bit higher). Other streets worth trolling for fashion include Palacio Valdés, Gil de Jaz, González del Valle, and above all Cimadevilla and Fruela, where you'll find small shops selling beautiful artisanal fashion and accessories at affordable prices. And of course there's nothing like supporting small local businesses!

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