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  • 1. Ábbatte

    Salamanca | Textiles/Sewing

    Every blanket, tablecloth, throw, and rug sold at this contemporary textile shop is woven by hand using the finest natural fibers in the Cistercian...Read More

  • 2. Antigua Casa Talavera

    Palacio | Ceramics/Glassware

    This is the best of Madrid's many ceramics shops. Despite the name, the finest wares sold here are from Manises, near Valencia, but the blue...Read More

  • 3. Casa González

    Barrio de las Letras | Wine/Spirits

    This food store (est. 1931) contains a cozy bar where you can sample most of its fare including canned asparagus, charcuterie, anchovies, and...Read More

  • 4. Cocol

    La Latina | Crafts

    There's no better shop in Madrid for top-quality Spanish artisan wares. The shelves in this tiny independently owned boutique off Plaza de la...Read More

  • 5. El Rastro

    Barrio de las Letras | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    On Sunday morning, Calle de Ribera de Curtidores is closed to traffic and jammed with outdoor booths selling everything under the sun—this is...Read More

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  • 6. Lavinia

    Salamanca | Wine/Spirits

    Welcome to one of the largest wine stores in Europe. Beyond the encyclopedic selection of bottles, find books, glasses, and bar accessories...Read More

  • 7. Natalia Lumbreras

    Malasaña | Jewelry/Accessories

    Splurge on eye-popping hand-painted (and printed) silk scarves at this appointment-only boutique. Lumbreras's handiwork has been sold as far...Read More

  • 8. Yolanda Andrés

    Lavapiés | Crafts

    These are not your grandma's embroideries: In Yolanda Andrés's thought-provoking pieces, which she describes as "paintings with thread," she...Read More

  • 9. Adolfo Domínguez

    Salamanca | Clothing

    This popular Galician designer creates simple, sober, and elegant lines for both men and women. Of the numerous locations around the city, the...Read More

  • 10. Andrés Gallardo

    Barrio de las Letras | Jewelry/Accessories

    Madrid's porcelain whisperer, Gallardo fashions second-hand shards and custom-made porcelain elements into runway-ready jewelry and accessories. ...Read More

  • 11. Capas Seseña

    Sol | Clothing

    Seseña is the oldest cape tailor in the world. Since 1901, this family-run business, now in its fourth generation, has outfitted the likes of...Read More

  • 12. Casa del Libro

    Sol | Books/Stationery

    At this shop not far from the Puerta del Sol you'll find an impressive collection of English-language books, including translated Spanish classics...Read More

  • 13. Coolook

    Salamanca | Jewelry/Accessories

    Spanish jeweler Mar Aldeguer sells nature-inspired jewelry made from precious and semiprecious metals and stones at this welcoming boutique...Read More

  • 14. Delpozo

    Salamanca | Clothing

    Jesús del Pozo, the prominent designer behind this renowned fashion house, died in 2011, and it's now Josep Font who extends its creative legacy...Read More

  • 15. Eduardo Rivera

    Barrio de las Letras | Clothing

    A block off Plaza de Santa Ana, this is the flagship store of a young Spanish designer with clothes and accessories for both men and women....Read More

  • 16. Guille García-Hoz

    Chueca | Ceramics/Glassware

    Take home one of this iconic ceramicist's painted plates or gleaming white urns decorated with animal motifs....Read More

  • 17. Intropia

    Salamanca | Clothing

    Intropia's fashion lines are consistently subtle, gossamer, and flowy. (Note that this brand used to be called Hoss.) ...Read More

  • 18. J&J

    Malasaña | Books/Stationery

    A block off San Bernardo, this is a charming café and bookstore with a good selection of used books in English. They sell bagels, too—a rarity...Read More

  • 19. José Ramírez

    Sol | Music Stores

    This company has sold guitars since 1882, and its store includes a museum of antique instruments. Prices for new models run €122–€227 for children...Read More

  • 20. Loewe

    Salamanca | Clothing

    This sumptuous store carries high-quality designer purses, accessories, and clothing made of butter-soft leather in gorgeous jewel tones. The...Read More

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