Shopping: Barrio de Salamanca

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Barrio de Salamanca is Madrid’s most stylish district, featuring a great variety of exclusive shops. It gathers international luxury brands, popular fashion shops and traditional stores. Find the fanciest streets for a shopping spree in this area, with a secret or two unveiled…

Serrano Street

  • Tesla (Serrano, 3): The firm that has revolutionised the electric car market, transforming electric cars into an object of desire.
  • Kenzo (Serrano, 17): Bright colours and impossible patterns for the Madrid branch of this renowned fashion firm.
  • ZARA (Serrano, 23): Flagship store of the fashion retailer that has conquered the world.
  • Prada (Serrano, 26): The most coveted bags and shoes in the world, all together in Madrid.
  • Rabat (Serrano, 32): The Madrid branch of Barcelona’s most charming jewellery shop.
  • Loewe (Serrano, 34): The flagship store of the best-known luxury bag firm from Spain.
  • Yves Saint-Laurent (Serrano, 34): A French fashion classic, right in Madrid.
  • Armani (Serrano, 44): The local branch of the Italian firm that’s synonymous with elegance.
  • Gucci (Serrano, 49): Fashion and leather goods from the Italian luxury brand.
  • Chopard (Serrano, 51): Madrid store of the Swiss jewellery maker.
  • Bombonería Santa (Serrano, 56): A cosy chocolate shop for a sweet break during your shopping spree.
  • Yusty (Serrano, 54): Madrid’s iconic tailor shop, now converted to multi-brand boutique.
  • Manolo Blahnik (Serrano, 58): A shop to buy ‘manolos’, the high-end shoes loved by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City.
  • ABC Serrano (Serrano, 61): A lovely building, former home to the newspaper ABC, established in 1903, now housing boutiques and restaurants.
  • Suárez (Serrano, 63): Sparkling jewellery from the Bilbao-based firm, founded about a century ago.
  • Louis Vuitton (Serrano, 66): The French luxury brand selling signature monogramed bags, luggage and accessories.
  • Cartier (Serrano, 74): Watches and jewellery for the most demanding customers.

 

Ortega y Gasset Street

  • Christian Dior (Ortega y Gasset, 6): Another French classic.
  • Tiffany & Co. (Ortega y Gasset, 10): The luxury jewellery retailer Audrey Hepburn dreamed of while having breakfast…
  • Hermès (Ortega y Gasset, 12): A branch of the high-end retailer carrying apparel, handbags, scarves and other accessories.
  • Chanel (Ortega y Gasset, 16): The quintessential French fashion brand, synonymous with eternal elegance.
  • Lavinia (Ortega y Gasset, 16): One of the finest wine retailers in town.
  • Oriol Balaguer (Ortega y Gasset, 44): The branch in Madrid of the renowned Catalan patisserie.

Other streets

Framed within these two wide avenues, there are other streets in Barrio de Salamanca where you’ll find alluring shops: Jorge Juan and the adjoining alleyway; Ayala, where you’ll find a picturesque market, La Paz; and Lagasca or Claudio Coello for more big fashion names – Sonia Rykiel, Dolores Promesas, Sita Murt, Zadig & Voltaire, Weekend Max Mara, Oliver Peoples, The Extreme Collection, Delitto e Castigo, Christian Louboutin (high-end stiletto footwear with signature red-lacquered soles), Carmina (bespoke handmade shoes), Kartell (fancy plastic contemporary furniture made in Italy), and many others.

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A refined environment with exclusive shops, where haute couture and men’s wear are the order of the day.

Independent fashion for every occasion, the latest trends in accessories and delicatessen for the discerning palate.

Flowers, crafts, world cuisine, bookshops and coffee shops, a revamped local market and a street market that is 300 years old.

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