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PaulB wrote a review Jan 2020
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,176 contributions676 helpful votes
Medina is a chain of souvenir shops, especially for tourists. If you are looking for an inexpensive and mass produced souvenir, this is one of the places to go. If you are looking for something special, go somewhere else.
Date of experience: December 2019
Asif S wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom39 contributions12 helpful votes
We found many of there branches around Granada Cathedral. The one in Plaza De Bib Rambla was the biggest one. They have an excellent range of quality souvenirs, priced very competitively. I must to visit brand.
Date of experience: February 2019
Brucestewart wrote a review Oct 2018
Livingston, United Kingdom8,553 contributions2,098 helpful votes
I think that there was a branch of this shop in all of the towns and cities that we visited during our recent trip to Andalucia. They proved to be a great place to buy good quality items at very reasonable prices. As an example we bought 3 small trays for 1 Euro 20 each when similar items in the UK have cost us 3 Pounds each. Better still we bought 2 nicely decorated ceramic mugs for tea. Each mug came complete with a matching lid and a fine wire mesh strainer so that you can use real tea leaves rather than tea bags. These cost us 6 Euros each.…
Date of experience: September 2018
ab2pcs wrote a review Mar 2018
scotland24,269 contributions280 helpful votes
The Medina shops around Plaza Bib Rambla , sell everything from plates .pots coasters placemats and anything ceramic books and tee shirts . A good shop for any sort of trinkets and souvenir you require to buy .
Date of experience: March 2018
WorldScoutn wrote a review Jun 2017
Salt Lake City, Utah1 contribution1 helpful vote
I picked up a small ceramic (?) bull but when I placed it down it fell off the counter. The legs broke off. I realize my fault. But they charged me full price -- and wouldn't even look for the broken parts so I could fix it later. Don't they have insurance? Do they need to charge full price on something that probably costs them less than 1 euro and sell for 10? The store clerk was a total jerk. I would never go back. BEWARE…
Date of experience: June 2017
Response from Artesanias M, Gerente at Artesanias Medina
Responded Jul 10, 2017
Hello, I am very surprised about that fact you told. In our stores we have some rules, because we have lot of small things and if someone break something he pays the half of the price, or nothing if people broke it by mistake. I would like to know exactely, in which store happened that, because we are really atonish with this event. And of course, we want to avoid that in the future. Best regards.