7 Best Places to Shop in Chueca, Madrid


Fodor's choice

A favorite among local fashionistas, this store has two branches—one dedicated to high-end women's wear and another to furniture and decor—on the same street.

Guille García-Hoz

This renowned ceramicist is known for painted plates and gleaming white urns decorated with animal motifs.

La Productería

You'll find organic local cheeses, gourmet tinned food, charcuterie, and natural wine at this pocket-size shop.

Calle de Barbieri 21, 28004, Spain
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Mans Concept

Owned by Andalusian fashion wunderkind Jaime Álvarez, this is Madrid's most cutting-edge made-to-measure menswear boutique. Ready-made clothes are also available in the shop and online.


You'll find a broad selection of European designer brands (e.g., Bergamot, Forte Forte, Pomandère, Babo) at Nac. The store on Calle de Génova is the biggest of the four in Madrid.


Every garment sold at master tailor Oteyza takes at least two months to make, and the classic craftsmanship shows in the immaculate suits, jackets, and shirts. Get fitted while you're in Madrid and pony up the euros for shipping—you won't regret it.

Calle del Conde de Xiquena 11, 28004, Spain
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Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

Próxima Parada

The bubbly owner of this women's-wear store culls daring, colorful garments from Spanish designers for her devoted (mostly 40-and-above) clientele.