6 Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid

April 19, 2020
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There's no shortage of amazing coffee shops in Madrid. From flower shops where you can grab a cup of tea or coffee to a British cafe that will make you feel as if you were in London, the options for unique coffee spots are endless.

Atmosphere is everything in coffee shops. That cozy vibe together with comforting warm drinks and delicious treats make you feel so much at ease that you want to stay there for hours reading, working on your laptop or catching up with friends. It's like home away from home. Cafe owners know this and they try to create the best, most amazing and unique places for us.

Coffee shops are my absolute favorite hang out place in the world that's why I've created this roundup of the best cafes in Madrid. Let's check them out.

Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: Salon des Fleurs

Picture yourself having a warm beverage among the most beautiful flowers. That is Salon de Fleurs, a beautifully decorated flower shop with a few lovely chairs and tables to hang out in the prettiest environment. The best time to visit this spot is Christmas when it is transformed in winter wonderland.

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Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: Living in London

If you are looking for a 100% British experience in Madrid this is the place to go. Located in the fancy Barrio Salamanca, Living in London offers the best scones and teas in Madrid. With its British country house decor, the place makes you feel as if you were in England without even getting on a plane. If you are a fan of British traditions, you can't miss this place. Plus, there's an all-things-British shop in the back of the cafe which you won't be able to leave empty handed.
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Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: Mama Framboise

The most delicate and delicious sweets are to be found in Mama Framboise. With several locations around the city, this is one of Madrid's most iconic and best bakeries. Impossible not to fall in love with its vintage decor and their scrumptious treats.
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Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: Cafe Run Run Run

The name gives it away, this is a cafe for sports addicts. Cafe Run Run Run offers the healthiest options in a unique environment. For some reason cafeterias tend to be decorated in vintage or traditional designs so entering Cafe Run Run Run with its modern decor feels like a breath of fresh air. Vibrant colors and lego-looking chairs, this place seems to be part of a futuristic movie.
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Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: Cafe de Oriente

With an outdoor area opposite the Royal Palace, Cafe de Oriente has the best view in Madrid. This coffee shop looks like a palace inside as well with its colorful furniture and beautiful wallpapers. Another strong point is that their professional staff is among the nicest in Madrid. The experience at Cafe de Oriente is always a true pleasure for the senses.
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Amazing Coffee Shops in Madrid: La Duquesita

Open for the first time in 1914, this is one of the oldest sweet shops in Madrid. It was closed for years before it reopened in 2016. The specialties of this traditional patisserie nowadays are chocolates and other baked goods. Fortunately, the refurbishing respected the elegant and majestic decor of the confectionery with its high ceilings, palatial mirrors and dreamy lamps so we can enjoy it just like in the old days.
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I hope you enjoyed this selection of the best cafes in Madrid. If you want to learn more about all the amazing things Madrid has to offer, I recommend you check out these posts
How to Order Coffee in Spain
Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots in Madrid

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23 comments

  1. These are amazing! We were meant to go to Spain in Sept. Next year, I hope!! #Dreamteam

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  2. Thank you for taking me on a journey this morning :) These were beautiful to see.

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  3. Oh, this post makes me ache! Absolutely beautiful. And, sheesh, those aren't your average 'coffee shops'! Madrid sets the bar high! And while they're all dreamy, Salon de Fleurs would have to be my first stop.

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  4. Oh my, these places look amazing. I would love to visit :) Love coffee too.

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  5. So cool!


    Thanks for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/04/aruba-archived.html

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  6. Wow, I thought my town had some nice shops but the ones you discovered are something special.

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  7. These coffee shops are so beautiful. They look more like a destination than a stop to grab a coffee. Stay safe.








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  8. Oh my goodness; these certainly are amazing!

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  9. Lovely! Though I would not like to sit on brick chairs!

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  10. Tom The Backroads TravellerApril 21, 2020 at 10:36 PM

    ...unfortunately, take out is about that there is these days.

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  11. Such lovely and interesting places to have a cuppa!

    It's delightful to see you over at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  12. Robert NicolaescuApril 22, 2020 at 8:21 AM

    Beautiful photos.

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  13. Thank you for linking up to my blog post, These Are the Days! These are beautiful pictures~I would love to visit one or two of them someday! Have a blessed day.

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  14. Your photos are so beautiful. I have been to Spain but not Madrid. It is nice to get away even through your photos.

    Patty
    GoodBetterBestFood.blogspot.com

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  15. Oh wow, what beautiful coffee shops! I really wish I had even one cool coffee shop near me, but we have none! Only chains like Dunkin’ Donuts and Panera. I need to move! Haha. Or open my own coffee shop. Thanks for sharing these lovely places and linking up with me.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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  16. So much variety and prettiness! I'd love to visit Spain, maybe now is the time to try to learn the language! Thanks for linking up with #dreamteamlinky

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  17. Britt | Not Your Mom's GiftsApril 27, 2020 at 3:19 AM

    These are so cute & unique! Love these coffee shop finds!! #KCACOLS

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  18. cómo eecho de menos Madrid, y las meriendas en el sofá del Café de Oriente!
    feliz finde guapa!
    S

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  19. Annette, 3 Little ButtonsMay 2, 2020 at 6:35 PM

    Swoon! These coffee shops look amazing. I love the themes, especially with Salon des Fleurs. SO pretty. I can't wait for the time when we can go back to smooching in coffee shops on a Sunday morning. Thank you for joining us for the #DreamTeamLinky

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  20. These all look fabulous! Thanks for sharing!
    ~Samantha
    http://goldcoastgirlblog.com

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  21. Oh wow!
    So beautiful.

    Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.

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  22. Wow these places look amazing. Mama Framboise and La Duquesita look like my sort of places.#KCACOLS

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  23. Oh wow, this list of cafes are gorgeous. I would love to visit them all! I lived in Madrid in 2014 for the whole year. I wish I knew this list by then so I was able to visit them! ;-) x #kcacols

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