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Are places generally opened or closed on Sundays in Spain?

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Sorry if this had been asked before :-)

For Spain (throughout, but mainly in big cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla)
It seems like museums are open on Sundays (free admissions), but what about dept stores, areas for shopping & restaurants -- are they mostly closed or opened?

We will be in Madrid on the weekend of All Saints Day (Nov 1st). Since that falls on Monday, I figure many ppl probably are taking a long weekend vacation...?

I'm hoping to do some shopping on part of Sunday/Monday :-)
but if most places are not open, what would you recommend to do in Madrid (for that Sunday and Monday am)?

TIA!

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