Barrio de Salamanca is an exclusive, upscale neighborhood located in “new” Madrid that has often been compared to California’s Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Don’t worry, you wont need a rich millionaire to shop in these areas. With our guide to the 10 best shops you will get the best bang for your buck!
This shop has a collection of simple, natural colors and prints, divided into three distinct areas: Daytime Oliphant, Oliphant Casual and Nighttime. Here you can find cute sheer dresses, aged handbags, worn jeans, jewellery and children’s clothing. Basically anything is for sail…
Address: Santa Teresa, 7
Venue website: www.oliphant.es
Inspired by the boutiques of the ’20s, with chandeliers, the smell of fresh roses and cute wallpaper. This is the best place to find your next cute dress. At this super girly shop you can find everything you’re looking for to go out. The great quality of every piece will fulfill all your essential needs.
Address: Calle de Ayala, 17
Venue website: http://www.tiendapoete.com/boutiques.php
This premium brand of H&M is a timeless design that lives beyond the season. Minimalist yet stylish. “We work hard to create fashion pieces that look and feel at once classic and modern.” Cos features well tailored clothing that stands along all the other high-end boutiques in the Salamanca area, yet remains truly affordable and won’t break your bank account.
Address: Calle de Claudio Coello, 53
Venue website: http://www.cosstores.com/es/
French, versatile and casual clothing. Decorated in an Industrial-vintage style, this shop features many chic french designers and brands. Dresses , coats , skirts … Your favorite garments with 40, 50 and 70% discount .
Address: C/Ayala 21 – C/Claudio Coello, 58,
Venue website: http://www.cosette.es/
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Address: Calle de Hermosilla, 15
Etxart y Panno
From the very beginning their designs run to a dynamic, daring, independent and sensual woman that looks for elegance, sophistication and femininity, authentic images of a woman that feels young and attractive.
Address: Calle de Ayala, 17
Venue website: http://www.etxartpanno.com/en-ES/
Address: Calle de Claudio Coello, 83
Venue website: http://www.prettyballerinas.es/
Federica and CO.
A magic garden located in one of the most beautiful area of Madrid. This shop’s passion is antiques, vintage and everything that enlightens our imagination at home.
Address: Calle de Hermosilla, 26
Venue website: http://federicaandco.com/
An initiative of a group of people from different parts of the world coming together to launch a project born from the kitchen to reach all those who enjoy good food. In the store you can find all kinds of products from fresh products like cheese, pasta, healthy sweets, spices or canned food.
Address: Calle de Ayala, 21
Venue website: http://www.petramora.com/
Bombonería Santa Chocolates
Besides its chocolates, which are larger than usual, their famous wrappers products are perfect gifts for a special someone. This shop Specializes in traditional flavors: almond and hazelnut, dark chocolate bars with cinnamon or vanilla along with a unique variety of new sweet creations that will keep you coming back for more.
Address: Calle Serrano, 56