Travel retail in Madrid: shopping in terminals T4 and T4S of Adolfo Suárez-Barajas airport

On your next trip to the Spanish capital, a wide array of exclusive shops and limited-edition products will be awaiting you in terminals T4 and T4S of Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez-Barajas airport. Over the course of the years, the international terminal and its satellite building have become a true paradise for fashionistas. The luxury clothing, gifts and accessories by renowned global and local brands, along with the unique goods to be found at Madrid Duty free -including Toblerone and Godiva chocolates, Pandora and Tous jewellery, and make-up and skin-care products by Shisheido, L’oreal and Givenchy, to name just a few- add up to an unrivalled offer at very competitive prices.

Shops in Madrid airport sorted by area

Most brands are concentrated on the restricted area after security in T4; thus, next to boarding gates J are Burberry, Loewe, Longchamp, Massimo Dutti, MaxMara, the Real Madrid official store, Samsonite, Zara, Victoria’s Secret and Tascón, with its outstanding selection of quality shoes by internationally famous designers. The largest World Duty Free shop in this terminal is also located near the J gates, but there are also three more “Express Duty Free” establishments across the different boarding areas (H-J-K) selling sweets, spirits, beauty products and souvenirs. For a shopping-spree upon arrival, there is yet another Duty Free store in the arrivals hall.

While in the T4S, the satellite terminal from which non-schengen flights depart connected to T4 by an underground shuttle train, you will get the chance to shop at Bvlgari, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo and the Real Madrid store, or make last-minute purchases at the World Duty Free establishments near gates U, R and S.

Are you having a layover in Madrid airport before catching your connecting flight?

Should you need to stay in Madrid for the night, the Air Rooms in Terminal 4 of the airport provide luxury accommodation and hospitality services right inside the international terminal. However, if you only have a couple of hours to spare in the daytime, why not try the complimentary personal shopper service in Barajas? It is completely free and will make it easier for you to find exactly what you want.

Thanks to this service by Aena, you will be guided around the shops, given good advice based on your specific style and even helped through your customs and VAT refund claiming processes. The staff is ready to assist you in different languages. To find out more about the personal shopper service in Madrid-Barajas airport, head to the information kiosks in the terminals or visit Aena’s official website to book an appointment.

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