Guide to the Best Boutique Shopping in Madrid

Madrid may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of European fashion capitals, but it couldn’t be trendier!

There are so many great places to go shopping in the Spanish capital for every style and budget. While we love checking out the high-end designer shops as much as the next fashionista, there’s something to be said for the smaller local boutiques where you can find truly one-of-a-kind items. Boutique shopping in Madrid is easier than ever, no matter what barrio you find yourself in. Here’s where to go to find something truly unforgettable.

When it comes to boutique shopping in Madrid, the sky's the limit! Here are some of our favorite small shops.

Photo Credit: Clarence, Text Overlay: Devour Madrid Food Tours

La Intrusa

When it comes to boutique shopping in Madrid, you can’t get much more unique than La Intrusa. With locations in both trendy Malasaña and charming Barrio de las Letras, the three friends who own the store are committed to working with lesser-known young designers who are just as talented as the big-name brands. Each product features spectacular attention to detail and runs in limited copies, so it’ll be nearly impossible to find someone else wearing the same thing. In addition to beautiful clothing and accessories, they also sell lovely home decor products and unique books.

Address: Calle Corredera Alta de San Pablo, 33

Malasaña is one of our favorite neighborhoods for boutique shopping in Madrid!
You never know what picturesque plazas you may find while shopping in Malasaña! Photo credit: Nicolas Vigier

Madrid in Love

Looking for that perfect something to give your home an extra-special feel? Madrid in Love is one of the best boutique shopping in Madrid for budding interior designers and more! Their work is beautifully simple, featuring bright, light colors and natural elements like wood and flowers. Still not convinced? Some of the city’s top shops and restaurants have turned to Madrid in Love for all their interior design needs! Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for one of their many pop-up shops throughout the year as well.

AddressCalle Barceló, 15

We love going boutique shopping in Madrid—you never know what you'll find!
Madrid’s streets are full of treasures! Photo credit: Mispahn


Since opening its first location in 2000, family-run NAC has become one of the most popular options for boutique shopping in Madrid. They sell beautiful products at pleasantly surprising prices, so there’s no need to compromise quality to fit your budget. With a diverse selection of both Spanish and international brands, every single product is a true work of art. Most of their collection is devoted to women’s clothing and accessories, but they do have some great options for guys here as well.

AddressCalle de Génova, 18

When it comes to boutique shopping in Madrid, practically nothing beats Salamanca for chic finds!
NAC is located in Salamanca, Madrid’s most chic barrio! Photo credit: Uggboy

Ekseption Stock

Ekseption has been a respected name for boutique shopping in Madrid for more than 30 years. They focus on high quality, designer items, with an especially incredible collection of shoes and accessories. Price tags here are a bit higher than in other local boutiques. However, if it’s within your budget, definitely treat yourself to one of their beautiful products that are sure to last a lifetime.

AddressCalle Marqués de la Ensenada, 2

Going boutique shopping in Madrid is an experience you'll never forget!
Nothing beats an afternoon of shopping like a local!

La Integral

La Integral‘s quirky shop in Barrio de las Letras is the perfect place for boutique shopping in Madrid if you’re looking for something totally one-of-a-kind. Traditional craftsmanship and attention to detail meets trendy, modern style in each of their unique products. They sell beautiful handmade clothing and accessories from local designers as well as vinyl records, fascinating books and more.

AddressCalle del León, 25

Going boutique shopping in Madrid is sure to make you work up an appetite. Satisfy your cravings on our evening Tapas Like a Local Tour! Over the course of nearly three action-packed hours, you’ll eat your way around some of Madrid’s most beloved family-run tapas bars that locals have loved for generations. We hope you’re hungry!

Life is too short to speak one language and stay in one place. In 2015, this philosophy took her from familiar Ohio to sunny southern Spain. Usually drinking tinto de verano, reading Lorca, or attempting to dance flamenco (not all at once). Follow her blog, Viatic Couture, for more.

2 Comment

  1. May 3, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    These places look fantastic, I can’t wait to travel to Spain, seriously!

    1. Devour Tours says
      May 7, 2018 at 1:35 pm

      What are you waiting for? Come on!


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