Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid

One thing I will never skimp on while traveling around Europe is the gelato. Gelato everyday? Gelato multiple times in one day? Sounds great to me! I can always find room in my budget for a little more gelato. I think it’s one thing I refuse to skimp on because gelato places aren’t as abundant in the U.S. as they are in Europe so I like to get my fair share before I go home. During my time in Madrid, I tried a lot of different gelato places but my all time favorite was Amorino.

 Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid

There are two different locations in Madrid, one near Puerta del Sol and one on the 9th floor of El Corte Inglés at the Callao metro stop (bonus: this location offers beautiful views of Madrid). There are also other Amorino locations in different cities throughout Europe and in New York City.

Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid
Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid

Now, I’ll be completely honest with you, Amorino is not the cheapest gelato you will find. I thought it was a little on the pricey side when it comes to gelato but it’s definitely worth trying at least once because it’s so good. Plus, if you get your gelato in a cone they shape the gelato to be a flower which is really cool! All the flavors I tried were delicious but definitely sample a few flavors first to figure out what you want before you pay!

Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid
Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid   Amorino aka the Best Gelato in Madrid

If you’re in Madrid or one of the other cities with an Amorino store and you love gelato as much as I do then do not miss out on trying Amorino! It’s seriously the best gelato I’ve had and you can mix different flavors. I can’t wait to be back in Madrid so I can sit at the top of El Corte Inglés admiring the city while I eat my favorite gelato.

Have you ever tried Amorino Gelato? Did you like it? I would love to hear what you think – leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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