Best Madrid Shops

Best Madrid Shops is a list of shops that charmed us the most when we visited this majestic city. The shops that are unique to this vibrant city. Madrid is a beautiful to walk around and to discover the different neighborhoods. Authentic and traditional facades and shopfronts line small winding streets and grand boulevards. Plus there is always somewhere delicious to pause for a coffee or snack. Discover these shops and more of our favorites on The Shopkeepers Maps Madrid.

Casa Gonzalez & Gonzalez,c


68 Calle Pelayo

A shop specializing in timeless, functional products for quotidian life. Casa Gonzalez & Gonzalez stocks a range of carefully sourced traditional products, from enamelware to soaps and brushes, which are carefully wrapped in brown paper once purchased. Read more

Photo: @gonzalezygonzalezstore

Do Design, Best Madrid Shops


13 Calle de Fernando VI

A modern, open lifestyle space that flows from the coffee shop at the front to the apparel section in the rear over-looking a courtyard.

Photo: @mirenalos

Planthae,  Best Madrid Shops


30 Calle del Dr. Fourquet

Herbariums, botany and landscaping books, and plant magazines mix with exotic and unique plants at this charming plant shop, Planthae.

Photo: @planthae

Cacto Cacto,  Best Madrid Shops


7 Calle de Fernando VI

Plant shop specializing in succulents and cacti.

Photo: @flynnclancy

Cocol,  Best Madrid Shops


18 Costanilla de San Andrés

Located in an old upholstery workshop with a blue wooden facade, Cocol has a range of home goods rooted in traditional artisanal methods.

Photo: @readbetweenthelattes

Javier S. Medina,  Best Madrid Shops


28 Calle el Escorial

Beautiful handwoven mirrors and animal heads, “ecological trophies”, from rattan, bamboo , and wicker. Visit Javier Medina to watch the master craftsman at work and see his unique creations.

Photo: @javiersanchezmedina


31 Calle de Echegaray

This tiny but perfect gallery highlights artisan and handmade ceramics, wooden items, art and more all carefully selected by French owner Sylvie Fiacchetti.

Photo: @flynnclancy


10 Calle de Gabriel Lobo

Stunning flower shop, flower school and studio where amateurs and professionals alike can learn from master florist Sally Hambleton.

Photo: @sallyhambleton


15 Calle de Regueros

Beautifully styled women’s lifestyle boutique, Pez offers women’s clothing and accessories with a selection of interior and home decor products.

Photo: @maytedlaiglesia


8 Calle de San Pedro

A shop showcasing ceramics, featuring exhibitions and collaborations. Bureau Mad has an open studio offering a variety of courses and workshops.

Photo: @flynnclancy