Find all luxury brands in Madrid centre

If you want to do some luxury shopping in Madrid I will tell you where to go, but you are extremely lucky, all major luxury brands are concentrated in a 10 minutes’ walk. The district is call Salamanca and concentrate not only the luxury brands but most of fashion major international brands.

I will list some of the luxury brands that you can find there, just in case you want to be sure that you don’t waste your time going there and not finding what you are looking for.

Luxury brands by category:

Fashion, bags, luggage, shoes, accessories, jewellery, leather goods, luxury watches timepieces, eye wear, lifestyle.

Gucci – address: Serrano, 49  street Madrid

Dior – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 6 street Madrid

Hermes – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 12 street Madrid

Chanel – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 16 street Madrid

Burberry – El Corte Inglés address: Serrano, 70  street Madrid

Prada – address: Serrano, 26  street Madrid

Louis Vuitton – address: Serrano, 66  street Madrid

Stella McCartney – address: Serrano, 62  street Madrid

Dolce & Gabbana – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 14 street Madrid

Bottega Veneta – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 13 street Madrid

Versace address: Serrano, 16 street Madrid

Jewellery, luxury watches timepieces, fragrances, eye wear, accessories, writing instruments

Cartier   – address: Serrano, 74  street Madrid

Montblanc – address: Serrano, 50 street Madrid

Bvlgari – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

Tiffany & CO. – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 10 street Madrid

Chopard – address: Serrano, 51 street Madrid

Fine porcelaine

Lladro – address: Serrano, 68 street Madrid

Shoes, leather goods, eye wear, fragrances.

Tod’s – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

Jimmy Choo – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 15 street Madrid

Furla  – address: Serrano, 46 street Madrid

Luxury watches timepieces

Rolex – address: GRASSY José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

Omega – address: José Ortega y Gasset, 6 street Madrid

Jaeger- LeCoultre – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid – RASSY José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

Audemars Piguet – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid

Vacheron Constantin – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid

TAG Heuer – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid

Bell & Ross – address: GRASSY José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

Patek Philippe – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid

IWC  – address: WEMPE Calle de Serrano, 58 street Madrid

Baume & Mercieraddress: GRASSY José Ortega y Gasset, 17 street Madrid

In casa you want to buy some of these brands without ruin you, just go here.

If you just want to take a look, a good way to start is in the crossroad of Serrano Street with José Ortega y Gasset street. You can go there by taxi, by bus lines (51, 19, 1) or by subway Serrano station (line 4).

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