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From the most exclusive international brands to boutiques and ateliers by local designers, shopping in Madrid is as good as it gets. Nothing beats a walk around Barrio de Salamanca if you’re looking to buy some luxury goods, or exploring the neighbourhood of Las Salesas to discover Madrid’s slow fashion offerings. Are you looking for the latest urban fashion trends? Try the bustling street Calle de Fuencarral. And don't forget our artisanal products! Leather goods, espadrilles, handmade hats, jewellery, pottery and ceramics,'s an endless list of items and any one of them could become your favourite souvenir from Madrid.

Our guide

Let’s visit some of the most exclusive and sophisticated shops in Madrid. The most popular luxury brands from Spain rub shoulders with renowned international firms.

A map of old Madrid can be traced by the trades after which many of its streets are named: Latoneros (tinsmiths), Cuchilleros (cutlers), Curtidores (tanners), and Bordadores (embroiderers).

Ideas for a great shopping experience in Madrid, for every taste and budget.

No trip to Madrid would be complete without an afternoon (or day!) of shopping.

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We will show you 10 tips so as not to miss the most authentic corners of the big open-air market in Madrid, where you can find everything.

The Tourist Information Centre in Casa de la Panadería now features a new shop where you can purchase original souvenirs made by some of Madrid's finest homegrown artisans. 

Historic establishments. The shops and businesses that have seen the birth and growth of more than three generations of Madrid’s citizens.

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The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck offering wonderful vistas of the city.

Visit our online store (in Spanish) of souvenirs made by local artisans!



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Tax-free shopping in Madrid

  • Over the past few years, Madrid’s calendar has got filled with street markets and pop-up events gathering buyers, sellers and producers.

    Charming street markets
  • Madrid is home to a variety of shopping centres where you can shop till you drop, take in a film, enjoy a bite to eat and even hone your ice skating skills

    Shopping Centres

Street Markets

  • A market that brings a selection of the region’s produce (Alcobendas. Second Sunday of each month. Next Edition: September).

    Alcobendas Producers Market
  • Monthly vintage market held in the south of the city (Railway Museum. Second weekend of the month. Next edition: 13 and 14 April).

    Motor Market
  • Madrid's most chic pop-up market oozes elegance and exclusivity (Gran Vía, 13. Next edition: Dates to be confirmed).

    Mercadillo del Gato
  • Mercado de Productores
  • Mercado de motores
  • Mercadillo del Gato