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Agatha Ruiz de la Prada


Loud and colourful designs distinguish this designer's work, many emblazoned with her trademark hearts and flowers. The childrenswear range is hugely...

C/Serrano 27

Don Juego


This shop specialises in board games for both kids and adults - as well as mah-jong, solitaire, Chinese chequers and chess, it specialises in Go.

C/Alcalá 113

El Corte Inglés


Spain's biggest retail concern has blown all the rest of the competition out of the water. El Corte Inglés is the solution when all else fails for some, but...

C/Preciados 1-4



Imaginarium is a standard solution when looking for challenging toys with imagination. Expect to find puppet theatres, modelling materials and...

C/Núñez de Balboa 52

J&J Books & Coffee

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés, Shops

J&J is at once a relaxing little café (at ground-floor level) and a well-stocked second-hand bookshop (in the basement). Activities held here include...

C/Espíritu Santo 47

Mar de Letras


Mar de Letras is a well-stocked bookshop specialising in kids' editions. Look out too for the English titles, regular English storytelling evenings and...

C/Santiago 18

Max Kinder


This shop is the junior version of Max Moda, across the street, and does a reasonable range of basic clothes for children from three months to 16 years.

C/Carretas 8



The to-die-for togs from this French firm will guarantee that your offspring stand out from the crowd. About as far from traditional Spanish childrenswear...

C/Hermosilla 16

Sanatorio de Muñecos


The 'dolls' hospital' does indeed mend dolls, but also functions as the oldest toy shop in Madrid, full of parents gazing nostalgically at the old-school...

C/Preciados 19



Drop-dead designer shoes by names like Moschino and Kenzo for mini fashpack members.

C/Almirante 28