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  • Elysium Travel Spa

    An impressive menu of rejuvenating treatments is offered at this full-service sanctuary (an outpost of an upscale Spanish spa chain). Massages (fro... More
  • Ensanchez

    The shop is known for its colorful leather purses, designed by one of the owners. More
  • España and América

    Created in 1981 by Quito-born painter Oswaldo Guayasamín—famous in South America for his politically charged work—these two coordinating murals jux... More
  • Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre

    The only Madrid outpost of the Royal Spanish Mint, this shop sells limited-edition commemorative coins, as well as stamps, engravings, and reproduc... More
  • Fundación Juan March

    Established by Spanish financier and philanthropist Juan March in 1955, this namesake foundation  organizes free classical concerts in a multistory... More
  • Galeria Antonio de Suñer

    Opened in 2009 on Picasso’s 128th birthday, this contemporary art gallery presents temporary exhibitions of work by masters like Pablo Picasso and ... More
  • Galería Helga de Alvear

    Just a two-minute walk from the Museo Reina Sofía (Queen Sofia Museum), this three-room art gallery stages contemporary photography, video, and ins... More
  • Helena Rohner

    Helena Rohner’s aesthetically organic jewelry has caught the eye of companies from Paul Smith (which commissioned a special collection) to Copenhag... More
  • La Fille

    In her compact shop, German expat Marie Jennings offers bold and breezy Margit Brandt silk dresses and vintage classics like 1980’s Givenchy, sourc... More
  • La Maison de la Lanterne Rouge

    The property is a boutique, café, and theater all housed within a former brothel. More
  • La Pezera

    Owners Cecilia Rius and Chavela Herrero lead a design team specializing in one-of-a-kind hats, tiaras, and other accent pieces, such as floral fabr... More
  • La Vía Láctea

    This emblematic bar madrileño has old rock ’n’ roll posters on the walls. It’s been around forever. More
  • Lafiore

    Lafiore’s artisanal handblown glass pieces—including vases, tumblers, candleholders, bowls, and glass-bead jewelry—are created by a family-owned bu... More
  • Las Tres Damas de Barajas (The Three Ladies from Barajas)

    These three sculptural bronze busts, created by internationally known Valencian artist Manolo Valdés, manage to seem both stately and playful. Each... More
  • Les Boutiques

    A sprawling duty-free emporium, Les Boutiques stocks watches and jewelry from Cartier and Bulgari; Ferragamo purses and leather goods; and signatur... More

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