One of the joys of traveling can be picking up the perfect memento that brings you back to a glorious vacation moment. With our list of great places to buy leather goods in Madrid, you just might find that special something!
Looking to step into another era of fashion? A visit to One-T, a beautiful store selling exclusively Italian-made leather gloves, will not disappoint. With a full range of gloves for men and women, you’ll surely find something to treasure. We absolutely love the personalized attention and the exhaustive selection of colors and designs, which make this shop something truly unique.
Address: Calle Claudio Coello, 62
2. Taller Puntera
For a truly artisanal experience stop by Taller Puntera, a storefront workshop in the picturesque Plaza Conde de Barajas near Mercado San Miguel. Here, a small group of artisans design beautiful bags, accessories and furniture, with a diverse collection ranging from richly colored and elegant purses, to super cute pencil cases. The best part is that the prices are very reasonable and by shopping here you are supporting local artisans – just the kind of local businesses we love to support!
Address: Plaza Conde de Barajas, 4
3. Salvador Bachiller
For an extra suitcase to bring home all those perfect gifts, a replacement cosmetics bag or a snappy new leather case for your iPhone, Salvador Bachiller, a multi-level shop right in the centre of Madrid, is the perfect stop. Shopping aside, perhaps our favourite part is the hidden tea-room and rooftop garden with great views of the city, but arrive early as this hidden gem is no longer Madrid’s best kept secret, and is popular among visitors and locals alike!
Address: Calle Montera, 37
Portenga is a Spanish brand that showcases unique, high-end looks for handbags, shoes and wallets all made using the finest materials and impeccable design, and while it has a store in London, why not buy their goods from their home in Madrid? The store is located in the stylish Barrio Salamanca, where you will find great boutique hotels, wonderful places to eat, or simply many stores to enjoy a day of extra-special shopping.
Address: Calle Núñez de Balboa, 62
Loewe is the undeniable king of Spanish leather goods. This international luxury brand started in Madrid in the mid 1800s as a cooperative of leather workers, and their store nearby the upmarket Salamanca neighborhood give you the perfect excuse to splurge on truly sensational handbags – and feel like Spanish royalty as you do so!
Address: Calle Serrano, 26
Feeling hungry after all that shopping? Why not finish off the evening with our Tapas, Taverns and History Tour? Be wined and dined by one of our fantastic guides while you learn all about historic Madrid.
As the daughter of a barbecue master and a pseudo-vegetarian, Amy’s culinary obsessions run deep. She spent time in Galicia before settling down in Madrid, where you’ll usually find her browsing the bottles of a local bodega or ogling the produce at the weekend farmer’s market.