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This store has quite a good tabletop games selection, but bizarrely perusing the shelves will practically lead you up a ramp into what seems to be the stock room. Still, there’s a good range of titles on offer, so as long as you don’t actually wander through the ‘staff only’ doorway, you’ll be fine.

On top of the games, there’s a decent selection of Funko Pop! figures, and a wide variety of individual Lego minifigs of various sorts.

There’s also a decent selection of Rubik’s cubes, and similar puzzles, some statues, and some Lego sets to go with the minifigs.

A variety of Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Dragonball sealed products are also on offer, with events for those games held in the play area downstairs.

All in all, there wasn’t really anything where Padis stood out as being the best in Madrid, but it has a pleasant atmosphere and friendly staff. So while I wouldn’t really go across town specifically to go there, if I’m in the area, I expect I’ll call in again.

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Open: 10:30-14:30 & 17:00-21:00 Mon-Fri,  11:00-14:30 & 16:30-21:00 Sat, 11:00-15:00 & 17:00-21:00.

Nearest Metros: Argüelles (lines 3, 4 & 6),  Moncloa (lines 3 & 6),  Quevedo (line 2), or San Bernado (lines 2 & 4). 

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Bez is a lifelong geek, and the head-honcho at Games 4 Geeks. Since moving to Madrid in September 2018, he has been sniffing out the best geekery in Madrid, which he shares with you on Geek Madrid.

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