Artisan ice-cream parlours

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In traditional ice-cream shops, in the shade on a terrace or in avant-garde and modern ambiance: enjoying an ice-cream in one of Madrid’s many ice-cream shops is the best way to fight off the heat.  The flavors are infinite: from the most traditional ones to the most daring and adventurous. It is an authentic culinary pleasure for everybody.

Artisan ice-creams in all sorts of flavors in Salamanca neighborhood.

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An Italian ice-cream shop chain has been making ice-cream in Madrid for 30 years.

Shops in Madrid: Luchana, 9 / Calle Bailén, 11 / Calle del Goya, 49 / Gran Vía, 56 / Narváez, 13 / Bravo Murillo​, 127 / Puerta del Sol, 11 / Preciados​, Calle del Carmen 27 / Vallecas, Avda de la Albufera, 11​ / Aluche, Calle Quero, 63 / Oca, Calle Oca, 110

Opened in 2003, this ice-cream shop in Barrio de las Letras makes artisan ice-cream the most traditional Italian way.

The authentic horchata (a typical Valencian drink made with ground almonds, tiger nuts, barley, sesame...) is the star of this place.

A cozy ice-cream shop specialized in horchata, artisan ice-cream and leche merengada (cinnamon flavored milkshake).

Salamanca neighborhood ice-cream shop makes different kinds of Italian ice-creams.

The pastry chef Jordi Roca has this ice-cream shop in the Gourmet Experience area in the Serrano Corte Inglés.

Mistura, a Portuguese word for “mixture”, explains their personalizable concept of ice-cream you design yourself.

Ice-cream shops with attention to detail so that the visitors could feel comfortable and relaxed.

Artisan popsicles made with Scandinavian berries.

Unique sandwich ice-creams where you can create your own style with the fun flavors and toppings.

100% vegan milkshakes and ice-creams low in sugar. Try their “black cone” made with active carbon, the new fashionable detox.

Sicilian ice-cream shop in the heart of Madrid.

A huge variety of ice-cream flavors, including sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan ice-creams.

Artisan ice-creams made with the best ingredients.

Artisan popsicles made with natural ingredients in a lovely shop.

Artisan Italian ice-cream shop making their own ice-cream using only the freshest and seasonal ingredients.

Ice-cream shop specialized in taiyaki – fish-shaped ice-cream cones, at the heart of Malasaña.

Specialized in Italian ice-cream, almost all of them are gluten-free and 30% of their ice-creams are vegan.

Artisan ice-creams since 1986 using quality ingredients from Galicia.

Ever since 1950 they have been selecting the best ingredients for their ice-creams like organic strawberries, hazelnuts from Reus, pistachios from Sicily or lemons from Murcia. 

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