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Madrid Shopping Guide

The old-fashioned capital of Spain says hola to a cosmopolitan future.
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Full day

Overview :  Throughout the 20th century, while Barcelona skimmed the cutting edge, Madrid hugged Castilian conventions tight. But over the past... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Amaya Arzuaga

The designer is known for playing with volume—her clothing is like sculpture.

Address:
50 Calle Lagasca
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-426-2815

Order the croquetas de queso at this tapas bar.

Address:
30 Calle de las Infantas
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-532-0072

3. Cortefiel

This shop sells classic men’s suits.

Address:
27 Calle Gran Vía
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-531-8869

4. Ensanchez

The shop is known for its colorful leather purses, designed by one of the owners.

Address:
12 Calle Argensola
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-319-5850

5. La Maison de la Lanterne Rouge

The property is a boutique, café, and theater all housed within a former brothel.

Address:
45 Calle Corredera Baja de San Pablo
Madrid
Spain

6. La Vía Láctea

This emblematic bar madrileño has old rock ’n’ roll posters on the walls. It’s been around forever.

Address:
18 Calle Velarde
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-446-7581

7. Lotta Vintage

You can find everything from silk handkerchiefs to cotton bandannas mixed in with clothes from the 40’s to the 70’s.

Address:
9 Calle Hernán Cortés
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-523-2505

The lunch spot has a real Valencian making the paella.

Address:
6 Calle Clavel
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-522-3935

9. Muitobrigado

Located in the Salamanca barrio, this millinery stocks wool caps, sun hats, and more.

Address:
55 Calle Juan Bravo
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-309-3833

10. Museo Nacional del Prado

After more than a decade of planning and construction, and an outlay of $210 million, Spain’s most revered cultural icon unveiled its 237,000-square-foot expansion in 2007, designed by Rafael Moneo. Once the purview of Spanish kings, who bought directly from Titian, Velázquez, Rubens, and Goya, the Prado has a collection long ranked among... More

11. Picnic

The shop stocks a range of dresses in amazing prints.

Address:
8 Calle Ballesta
Madrid
Spain

Phone:
34-91-523-9090