Caramelos Paco

Caramelos Paco

Map
55 Calle de Toledo, Madrid, 28005, Spain

The windows are filled with candy and shaded under a wide, striped awning at Caramelos Paco, which opened as a grocery shop in 1934. Two years on, owner D. Francisco Moreno Redondo started specializing in chocolates and candies. Among the selection, visitors can find rare flavors like pine nut, rosemary, and calimocho—a typical Spanish drink mixed from Coca Cola and red wine. Other treats are suitable for diabetics, gluten-free, or sweetened with honey. The store’s more unique items include soccer-ball-sized lollipops, dolls made from marshmallows, and meter-long lengths of black licorice.

Other Nearby Things to Do
journal
Since her first collection in 1981, designer &A... Read More
travel package
First founded in 1868 by Englishman and acrobat... Read More
journal
Situated across the Plaza de Oriente from the P... Read More
camera and maps
From Spanish monarchs and popes to sports stars... Read More
travel package
The six million specimens at the National Museu... Read More
Nearby Hotels
suitcase
One in a chain of hotels, each with unique pers... Read More
Westin Palace Hotel in Madrid
With 466 rooms, the luxurious Palace is the lar... Read More
camera and maps
With 466 rooms, the luxurious Palace is the lar... Read More
Blending the work of 19 world-renowned designer... Read More
Hotel Urban in Madrid
A rare newly built hotel in the historic center... Read More
Wrought iron, stonework, and a location just ac... Read More
Nearby Restaurants
El Imparcial Restaurant in Madrid
You can tell when a restaurant is old: People t... Read More
journal
First opened in 1894, Chocolatería San G... Read More
suitcase
First opened in 1894, Chocolatería San G... Read More
suitcase
The world’s oldest operating restaurant, ... Read More
travel package
The taberna offers a warm salad of partridge an... Read More
photos
Savor the decadent canapé of whipped blu... Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement