Madrid

Chueca and Fuencarral

The area between Fuencarral and Chueca is considered to be Madrid's alternative fashion district. Quiet pedestrian streets close to Gran Via offer the latest in fashion trends, tattoo parlours, coffee houses and designer jewellery.

Avant-Garde Pedestrian Area

The area between Calle de Fuencarral and Plaza de Chueca is considered to be an alternative fashion district. Walking along smaller pedestrian streets feels like entering into a different world just off the busy area of Gran Via. This is the place to go for the latest fashion trends, with well-known brands as well as smaller independent stores.

Madrid’s Bohemian Fashion District

This unique “avant-garde” area has a bohemian feel to it and has a variety of stores, restaurants and cafés. There are many tattoo parlours, comic shops, art galleries and bookstores, as well as young designers showcasing their latest works. There is also an interesting market on Fuencarral street.

Coffee Lover’s Dream

Coffee lovers will enjoy walking around Fuencarral and Chueca, as there are many hipster coffee houses offering unique places to take a break and watch the world go by. As well as designer jewellery and original accessories, this area is famous for housing a huge amount of jean labels, such as Diesel, Gas and Levi’s.