Madrid might be the city of best jamón, but don’t underestimate its taste for amazing coffee. This Spanish city is full of quirky and unique coffee shops serving some of the best coffee you’ll ever have. Cortado, flat white, espresso, latte, and more - they all wait for you in the best coffee spots in Madrid.

Toma Café

We absolutely have to start off with the queen of coffee in Madrid - Toma Cafe. It doesn’t matter who you ask - Toma Cafe makes the best coffee. The small coffee shop offers a completely intimate experience all while bringing in some of the most powerful tastes you’ve ever seen. And when we say small, we mean small, so make sure you grab a seat early if you’re coming with a group.

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Address: Calle de la Palma, 49, 28004 Madrid, Spain

HanSo Café

Often underrated, HanSo is definitely gaining the ‘best coffee’ reputation among Madrid locals. HanSo is slightly more spacious than Toma Cafe and therefore ideal for laptop work or just hanging out with your friends. On top of delicious coffee, they also have a pretty sound food menu - a perfect brunch spot!

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Address: Calle del Pez, 20, 28004 Madrid, Spain

Santa Kafeina

Santa Kafeina is one of the smallest but most adorable coffee shops in Madrid. Specialising in making the best coffee in town, Santa Kafeina always delivers the best of the best. On top of coffee, you can also enjoy several treats such as donuts, cookies, bread, and tea. The seating is limited, however, don’t let that put you off - it’s an adorable coffee shop!

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Address: Calle de Viriato, 37, 28010 Madrid, Spain

Mür Café

Imagine stepping in someone’s home and being able to enjoy the best coffee experience ever. That’s what you get here! Since Mür is located in the area relatively close to Toma and HanSo, you know it has to deliver some competition. And it definitely does! Mür is a place to go for breakfast, brunch, cocktails and whatever else your heart desires. Although small, it offers delicious coffee and even better food.

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Address: Plaza Cristino Martos, 2, 28015 Madrid, Spain

Ruda Café

Based in the lively area of La Latina, Ruda Café is known among the locals as the best coffee place in town. Ideal for hanging out and taking snaps for Instagram, Ruda can easily take on some of the other top coffee spots in Madrid. Their coffee menu allows you to try out plenty of different varieties and truly indulge yourself in the world of coffee lovers - and that’s exactly what you’ll become after you visit this place.

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Address: Calle de la Ruda, 11, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Lolina Vintage Cafe

Lolina’s one of those adorable Instagrammable places you just have to visit. Coffee is superb and along with it, they also serve cocktails, and their homemade Vermouth. The entire cafe is absolutely lively and a must-visit if you’re looking for an atmosphere that’ll take you back in time.

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Address: Calle del Espíritu Santo, 9, 28004 Madrid, Spain

Federal Café

Federal Café is one of those cafes in Madrid that’s ideal for every occasion. With plenty of seating it’s a perfect hangout place for you and your friends. Originally coming from New Zealand and Australia, Federal was able to quickly establish itself as one of the best coffee stops in Spain and Madrid. On top of coffee, you can also get a good variety of teas, cocktails, and food.

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Address: Plaza Conde de Barajas, 3, 28005 Madrid, Spain
Plaza de las Comendadoras, 9, 28015 Madrid, Spain

And that's it! What are your favourite coffee spots in Madrid? Come let us know in the comments!

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