Shopping: Barrio de Salamanca

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  • Barrio Salamanca
  • Compras: Barrio de Salamanca
  • Compras: Barrio de Salamanca
  • Compras: Barrio de Salamanca
  • Compras: Barrio de Salamanca
  • Compras: Barrio de Salamanca

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.
  • Versace. Serrano, 16.
    Italian fashion, accessories and perfumes firm, a luxurious and contemporary space.
  • 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.
  • Aristocrazy. Serrano, 42
    Quality jewellery and personality as a fashion accessory.
  • Armani (Serrano, 44): The local branch of the Italian firm that’s synonymous with elegance.
  • El Corte Inglés. Serrano, 47
    The shopping centre has numerous luxury brands.
  • Gucci (Serrano, 49): Fashion and leather goods from the Italian luxury brand.
  • Tous. Serrano, 50.
    Well-known Spanish jewellery, accessories and fashion firm.
  • 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.
  • MANGO. Serrano, 60.
    The Spanish firm offers the public a large space of 2,000 m² including a terrace for customers.
  • 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.
  • Dolce & Gabbana. Ortega y Gasset, 14.
    The Italian firm has established itself as a synonym for glamour and sophistication.
  • Valentino. Ortega y Gasset, 16.
    First store the Italian designer opened in Spain.
  • 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.




Open-air shopping in the area of Kilometre Zero and Puerta del Sol: An activity to enjoy all year round.

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

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

One of the posh districts of Madrid, for visitors with a strong personality, offering taste without unnecessary luxury.

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