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Madrid Shopping Guide

Like in many European cities, you’ll have to look hard to find sloppy dressers in Madrid. Whether it’s brand-name fashion or chic vintage, people here care about looking good and expressing their personality. This makes the Spanish capital a great place to dive deep into a retail therapy experience. From local products to internationally acclaimed names, from luxury to budget brands, from that item you’ve wanted for months to the stuff you never knew you needed, Madrid’s extensive shopping has something for everyone.

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If what you want is glamor and luxury, this is your neighborhood. Streets like the famous Serrano and Jorge Juan are lined with exclusive high-end brand stores as well as top-of-the-line boutiques. Most of these are housed in gorgeous historical buildings, and showcase an interior design with an opulence that matches their inventory. Besides international brands, you’ll also find the most high-tiered logos in Spanish fashion, as well as chains like the Zara Flagship store, which is the largest in the world for the brand. You’ll need deep pockets or a large credit limit to splurge on a shopping spree in this district. However, you’ll be guaranteed great quality and, often, uniqueness. Budget travelers shouldn’t skip this district on their retail ventures, however, as you can sometimes find bargains and sales, and window shopping is an experience in itself.

Top Places to Shop in Madrid
Las Rozas Village
1,415 reviews
This designer outlet mall with around 100 luxury boutique brand shops prices is easily accessible by bus from Madrid and offers duty-free shopping for non-EU residents.
Johnnie Walker Flagship
53 reviews
The Johnnie Walker flagship store is a unique destination for both whisky lovers and curious guests, offering you the chance to deep-dive into the flavors and stories that lie at the heart of Johnnie Walker.
Rave Market
Set inside popular nightclubs, this pop-up second-hand market helps people looking for sustainable and alternative fashion. Live music, food, and drinks make an appearance.
San Miguel Artesania
62 reviews
All items this fourth-generation family store specializing in traditional Spanish ceramics and pottery are made and painted by hand following various regional styles, making for special souvenirs.
Casa Hernanz Alpargateria
119 reviews
This store has sold fashionable espadrilles since 1845. These beautiful traditional Spanish shoes are popular with both locals and tourists, the latter enjoying useful souvenirs they can wear.
Turrones Vicens
260 reviews
This artisanal shop has offered traditional Spanish nougats since 1775. Whether you choose a hard or soft turron, you'll enjoy biting into a legacy kept for centuries.
Primark
555 reviews
The Irish chain store has enjoyed quite a bit of popularity in Madrid, where crowds come seeking great bargains. With five levels, this location is one of the chain's largest in the world.
Mercado San Miguel
15,048 reviews
High quality culinary adventures abound in this wholesale food market, now one of the most important in Europe. Besides eating on-site, you can buy wrapped and canned food, as well as bottles of wine.
Lola Fonseca
91 reviews
This store specializes in original hand-painted clothing and accessories that look like art pieces. Customers love the unique designs, with the silk scarves being one of the most popular items.
San Sebastián de los Reyes The Style Outlets
198 reviews
Located on the outskirts of Madrid, this mall is the largest outlet store in all of Spain, offering top Spanish and international brands like Nike and L'Oreal at significantly discounted prices.
Real Fabrica de Tapices
146 reviews
All of the products offered here are Spanish. The carefully curated selection seeks to showcase the best that the country has to offer, including food, crafts, and locally made clothes.
Centro Comercial La Gavia opening hours 10 am to 10 pm
176 reviews
Madrid's largest shopping center offers various national and international brands, as well as dining and entertainment options. It also boasts one of the two IKEAs in the city.
intu Xanadú
616 reviews
One of the largest malls in Europe, this is a leisure destination in itself. Besides stores and restaurants, it offers bowling, movies, mini-golf, zip lines, and the largest indoor ski area in Spain.
Popland
The place to be for fans of all things pop and retro, Popland sells all kinds of trinkets and memorabilia from pop culture icons of the '60s to the '90s. Think Alf, ET, the Beatles, Marvel, and more.
Zara
9 reviews
Located in Paceo de la Castellana in Madrid's financial district, this flagship store is the largest in the world for Zara. Fans of this popular fashion brand love perusing through the four floors.
El Rastro
1,556 reviews
Flea market lovers flock to this large open-air market every Sunday. From rock band memorabilia to second-hand goods to food stands and live music, this market has it all.
C.C Parque Sur
297 reviews
One of the largest shopping and leisure centers in Spain, Parquesur offers more than 150 shops, 44 restaurants, an IMAX movie theater, and a four-star hotel. It is accessible on metro from Madrid.
El Corte Ingles
727 reviews
As Europe's largest and Spain's only department store chain, El Corte Ingles offers a complete shopping experience. Look for top clothing brands, electronics, movie theaters, restaurants, and more.
Centro Comercial Príncipe Pío
319 reviews
Set inside an old train station, this unique shopping mall is the first in Spain to open every day of the year. It offers well-known brand stores, a food court, and entertainment options.

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#2 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
The place is buzzing, food is incredible, cheap wine — what more could you want?? Make sure to do the tasting at the cheese shop, don’t miss the empanadas, there’s also a great croquette stall, and indulge in the...
Although the atmosphere is very touristic and busy, the food was just amazing, many Stands with Al different kind of Tapas, an absolute delight for any Foody, and a must have seennif your visiting Madrid
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#3 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
As a turist is so difficult to find the authentic souvenirs from Spain, but in Real Fabrica we brought the best of Spain back to our home.
A magnificent delicatessen shop with unique Spanish produce.
#4 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
Although same desserts are available in southern italy i think this is the best company which make sweets witn original ingredients...If you love almond, honey this shop like heaven...
Delicious, amazing, worth every penny, admittedly more expensive than many other similar shops but miles apart in terms of quality.
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#5 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
Excellent fresh food market tucked away in the back streets of the barrio de la Salamanca.
I accidentally found the Mercado de la Praz whilst strolling through the wonderful shopping district of Salamanca .
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#7 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
A very nice gentleman at one of the stalls let us taste all the wonderful jamons, sausages and cheeses as we were shopping for our little picnic.
The food market has a great choice of food that you can eat at the market, bus has also a diversity on shops were you can buy food and drinks.
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#8 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
Mercado San Fernando is easy to locate along Calle Embajadoras and is most definitely well worth checking out if your in the area.
Surrounding streets here are also interesting head towards Piga street where you will find fun artwork on the parking bollards.
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=) In terms of logistics: The shop is a fairly short walk from the Metro, and it was easy to find.
#11 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
You have a museum, some interactive areas mainly for kids, lots of space to stroll, walk at leisure, nice views, bridge, etc. Use the Legazpi metro stop that will leave you just across the main entrance.
From passeo chopera one can cross it to the other side where there are big malls and shopping centre , in between interesting gardens and in the vening one can find a very wide variety of dogs playing there if in...
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#12 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
As others have noted, this is a very small shop in the historic & atmospheric "Barrio de las letras" (or Huertas) district.
This is definitely a shopping experience and of course we had to buy a couple.
#13 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
This place is amazing and huge, all the structure is very lovely, even when it’s absolutely plenty of people, visitors and locals are trying their best to flow with the shopping mood of this place, all what i can...
For those who love shopping ... this is the place in Madrid !!! Five floors of clothing, accessories, home equipment, shoes, is the world of fashion with super accessible prices: it's like winning the lottery ......
#14 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
You will find original pictures, postcards, posters, t-shirts, drawings and a long etc. in this shop.
Best souvenir shop in Madrid!
#15 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
A couple of warnings, however....once you have started the tour, there are very few places to sit and rest; the only toilets we saw were at the end of the exhibition; and although there is the usual shop, at the e...
#16 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
As well as this there is a large number of stores selling more typical market fare at equally good prices, and bars for when you need a break from browsing.
In the entrance area, there is a food stall for quick bites such as churros, Spanish tortilla, chorizo, sandwich, etc. and coffee shop.
#17 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
This is a real locals market and so it opens early and closes early and many stalls are shut for the august holidays but it offers a great range of produce to see and buy and the on site refreshment places are exc...
Easy to locate on Plaza De La Cebada, most definitely well worth checking out if your in the area.
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#19 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
The mercado de San Anton is a great market where you can really taste a very wide and ample choice of tapas, delicacies and gourmet foods.
Comparing Mercado de San Anton vs. Mercado San Miguel, San Miguel is where the tourists go, and San Anton is where the chefs and locals go.
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#20 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
Besides the fact that it is huge and it has all my favorite shops, it offers a lot of activities like the SnowZone where everyone can have loads of fun.
Highly recommend the convenient shopping center and a large number of brand stores and a large dining area
#21 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
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#22 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
I was walking And I decided to go in to take a look, the shop is amazing And unique and the treatment was really good, the best whisky shop in the world!
Tourists and locals should all pay a visit to the Johnnie Walker Flagship store if you're in Madrid– you won’t regret it!
#24 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
We had fun here, shops weren’t fantastic but we had loads of fun hiring a scooter and taking turns outside the station.
Very nice shopping center a lot of choices my wife and daughter very happy with haircut and nails it was a nice shopping therapy day
#25 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
There are the usual souvenirs BUT there are also plenty of unique clothing items, leather belts and bags, artworks, knives, army surplus gear and even the antique shops that line the street where the market is hel...
What's to like: musicians, street performances, tons of stuff, a great variety of stuff, high end to low end goods, antiques both in the market and in the surrounding shops, varying levels of intensity--there's a...
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#26 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
If they can’t drive as of yet, they walk, take the bus or metro, or bike to the malls, commercial areas, parks or just stay on the sidewalks till about midnight....
Big supermarket, clothes stores, cinema, home stores, hair and nail salons, tattoos, restaurants ect.
#27 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
Traditional Spanish jamon in combination with sweet sangria, pate, cheese and all this in unique atmosphere and setting of Plaza Mayor!
You can taste it in the shop where wonderfull flavours spreads around, and ofcourse you can shop dosens of different types of jamon.
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#28 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
The shop is near the Plaza Santo Domingo just off the Madrid's Gran Via, and keeps traditional hours, closing in the middle of the day.
Lovely ceramics, tons of options and great knowledge from the store owner.
#29 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
... and color you want and convert your size to European footwear sizes!! My other advice: avoid summer travel - FOR GOD SAKE!! or go early in the morning as soon as the shop opens and watch out for siesta closures!
Note that they only serve 2 or 3 people at a time, so you'll want to be as quick as you can about trying on and making your decisions (that's where the prior window shopping becomes important) They bring you the s...
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#30 of 373 Shopping in Madrid
I had to visit this place to see all of the toy cars in their collection as I am a collector myself.
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