This great store is inside… a restaurant?
Traveling for Geeks is mainly about listing as many geeky places as we can, but often there is more to tell about certain cities or areas. That’s where our Geek
The name ‘Freaks’ says it all: this store is dedicated to monsters, terror and pulp art in all sizes and shapes. There are actually 3 different storefronts, next to each
Otamashi is fully dedicated to Japanese merchandising. They have a large collection and the small store is stacked full with all things Japanese – mainly figurines, but also other things
This is hands down one of the best geek shops in the world… if you read Spanish.
This tiny store is filled to the brim with retro games and old gaming systems. It’s one of those stores in which you end up spending much more time than you
Continuara has ‘comics’ and ‘manga’ spelled out in large on their storefront, so there is no doubt as to what this store sells. But there is lots more to find in
4 Dados is a clean, modern board game store which carries a lot of surprising titles. Sure, the well-known successes are here, but this place is mostly a gallery for new
We’ve only been here a short while, but we’d love to go back some day to experience a typical evening at this Spanish boardgame bar. In comparison to Len’s, which
Looks can deceive. From the outside, Len’s Comic Cafe does not look very geeky and apart from the name, it seems like any regular cafe for fast snacks. Once you