Hip and cool, Toma Café looks like it could rival coffee shops in NYC with its quirky décor that includes bicycles and exposed brick walls. Don’t be fooled, though. Here, specialty coffee is the main attraction and star of the show. Many locals consider this place one of the best in Madrid to get an espresso or a café con leche done right, so make sure you drop by while you visit the city.

Toma Café

  • Calle de la Palma, 49, 28004 Madrid, Spain

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