The neighborhood of Malasaña is one of the liveliest and vibrant places in Madrid. Often compared to Camden Town or the East Village, it’s a very popular district among young people. The most well-known street is probably Fuencarral, with its stall market, and full of international brands, cafés and curious shops; and Espiritu Santo street, with many vintage and second hand shops as well as small and enchanting cafés and florists. But Malasaña’s narrow streets hide a shopaholic’s dream: ateliers, boutiques and vintage shops. That’s why today we want to suggest some of the best clothes shops in Malasaña.
This shop is one of Malasaña’s first vintage shops and is now probably its most popular amongst locals. Although it’s quite small, inside you can find real second-hand bargains at really good price. You can also find a lot of seventies clothing and plenty of accessories.
Adress: Calle del Espíritu Santo, 1, 28004 Madrid
Pepa Loves sells designer clothing by Pepa Karnero. Originally established in Malaga, this affordable collection is animal friendly and sells cool naïve street wear with prints inspired by street artists.
Adress: Calle Loreto y Chicote, 9, 28004 Madrid
This pretty shop sells mostly handmade clothes which only have limited editions. This collection has a bohemian flair to it and might remind you of a chic Parisian style. Its small simple shop is set as a boutique and is a space open to art and culture, with many events taking place in it.
Adress: Calle Pez, 1, 28004 Madrid
In an old typical haberdashery, Sin Clon ni Son offers a set of designs full of life by international emerging designers. Its curious disposition will surely catch your eye from the outside and will lead you in this shop with both men and women’s clothing. Plus, check out the great accessories and bags.
Adress: Plaza Dos de Mayo, 10, 28004 Madrid
Bargain hunters will find Paradise in La Pizarra. Selling clothes for men and women, this shop offers designer clothing at affordable prices and a great customer service.
Adress: San Vicente Ferrer 20, 28004 Madrid
Tired of all the shopping? Malasaña is full of chic restaurants, bohemian cafés and an amazing nightlife.
Along the streets we can find some hip, quiet cafés where coffee is much more than coffee. Some of the popular places include Pepe Botella, La Paca or La Ida.
Malasaña has one of the most interesting selection of clubs for all kinds of ears; from hip hop to mainstream and heavy metal clubs where everyone will find their perfect venue. Some of the most well-known places include Via Láctea, Penta and Nasti.
Creative food and decoration await in some of the best places to eat around Malasaña if you’re looking for cool alternatives from typical Spanish food. Places like Ojalà or Lolina Vintage offer a great atmosphere to take a bite.
There are many accesses to Malasaña. You can catch the metro:
Line 12 – Malasaña
Line 5 – Chueca
Line 1 & 10 – Tribunal
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