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Shopping in Barcelona

Barcelona is a true shopping paradise. On almost every street corner, you’ll find well-known Spanish fashion chains like Zara, Mango, and Desigual, as well as large department stores and shopping centers, charming design shops, boutiques, and other specialty stores. With often lower prices than in the Netherlands and Belgium, and longer opening hours than elsewhere in Europe, shopping in Barcelona is always a fun activity. That Barcelona is also a real fashion city where you can find all the famous fashion brands and the latest trends will come as no surprise to anyone.

Store Opening Hours in Barcelona

Shops in Barcelona are usually open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. However, be aware that many shops in Barcelona adhere to the old tradition of closing doors between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM (the so-called siesta time). This is especially true for small family businesses. Department stores, shopping centers, and most shops in the center (around Portal de l’Àngel), however, are open continuously.

Generally, shops in Barcelona are open until 8:00 PM, but in the center, they often stay open until 9:00-10:00 PM.

Sunday Shopping in Barcelona On Sundays, all shops in Barcelona are closed except for bakeries, bars, restaurants, pollerías (shops selling rotisserie chicken), and small 24-hour stores. In the center of Barcelona, it’s also possible to shop at the Maremagnum shopping center.

Between May 15 and September 15, shops in the center of Barcelona are allowed to open on Sundays from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Also, during the Christmas season or when the sales begin, most shops in the center of Barcelona are open on Sundays.

Sales in Barcelona

The sales periods in Barcelona are regulated by the state. Shops can hold two official sales a year: after the holidays (from January 7 to the end of February) and during the summer vacation (from July 1 to the end of August).

Especially at the start of the rebajas (sales), it can be extra busy in the shops: most Spaniards always wait until the beginning of the sales to go shopping. After the first two weeks of sales, the segundas rebajas, the second round of sales, begin when items become cheaper.

Black Friday, originally an American tradition, is now also noticeable in Barcelona. Most shops in the center of Barcelona offer their customers significant discounts on the Friday (and often also during the weekend) following Thanksgiving at the end of November.

Where to Shop in Barcelona?

For some visitors, the wide range of shopping options in Barcelona is the main reason for a city trip to Barcelona. The city is a paradise for fashionistas and shopaholics: whether you love exclusive boutiques, design, or second-hand items, or if you just want to stock up at Zara and Mango. ‘Shop till you drop’ definitely applies when you go to Barcelona. Below, I’ll show you the best places to shop in Barcelona.

Shopping Areas in Barcelona

All over Barcelona, you will find shops of all kinds and sizes where you can enjoy shopping.

  • On a neighborhood level, L’Eixample is the area for large fashion chains, department stores, and luxury brands (especially in the area around Passeig de Gràcia). In the Gothic Quarter, you’ll find numerous beautiful shopping streets, with all the well-known clothing stores and the best gift shops.
  • For vintage and second-hand stores, head to El Raval, while the trendiest boutiques can be found in El Born.
  • If you want to shop among the locals, go to the Gràcia neighborhood, where the range of shops mainly consists of small-scale stores with unique brands and local designers.
  • Another area frequented mainly by locals, but in this case for chic brands, is Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and the shopping center of l’Illa Diagonal, in the Les Corts district.
  • Outlets can be found at the SOM Multiespai shopping center and Carrer Girona, and for cheap second-hand goods, go to the Encants Vells flea market or visit one of the many flea markets organized weekly.

Below, I have compiled a list of all the important addresses and best shopping centers for your purchases during your visit to Barcelona. Also, check out my shopping tips to find the hippest spots and the most original clothing, shoes, home items, and souvenirs.

Main Shopping Streets in Barcelona

Shop lovers can indulge themselves, as Barcelona has an endless number of shopping streets! The best shopping streets in Barcelona are undoubtedly Passeig de Gràcia, Portal de l’Àngel, Avinguda Diagonal (between Passeig de Gràcia and Plaça de Francesc Macià), Carrer Pelai, and Rambla de Catalunya. For nice boutiques and small-scale shops, head to El Born or Gràcia, while El Raval has the most vintage and second-hand stores. The best shopping streets in Barcelona are:

1. Passeig de Gràcia

The beautiful Passeig de Gràcia, famous for the many buildings by Gaudí, is the place for fashion lovers. Here you’ll find all the well-known designers, such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Manolo Blahnik, Adolfo Domínguez, Carolina Herrera, Loewe, Isabel Marant, Max Mara, and Purificación García, alongside exclusive jewelry stores like Rolex and Rabat.

In addition to the many luxury designer shops, on Passeig de Gràcia, you can also find well-known brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s, Miss Sixty, Adidas, Esprit, Lacoste, Replay, G-Star, Diesel, Desigual, Sisley, Tous, Massimo Dutti, United Colors of Benetton, Swatch, Uterqüe, and &Other Stories. There are also more affordable stores like Mango, Mango Kids, Zara, Zara Home, H&M, Bershka, and Oysho, where you can make plenty of great purchases.

Don’t forget to visit the branch of Muji, the largest in Europe, and the Lego store on Passeig de Gràcia.

Tip: Shop at Bulevard Rosa shopping center for the cutest boutiques and at Santa Eulàlia for the most exclusive brands.

Metro: Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3, and L4) or Diagonal (L3 and L5)

Passeig de Gràcia - Eixample - Barcelona
Passeig de Gràcia

2. Portal de l’Àngel

In Barcelona’s busiest and most expensive shopping street, you’ll find all the well-known clothing stores. From Zara, Pull&Bear, Bershka, Oysho, H&M, Uterqüe, Calzedonia, Stradivarius, and Massimo Dutti to Springfield, Cortefiel, Jack&Jones, Salsa, New Yorker, and Women’Secret.

Tip: For brand-name clothing for teenagers, check out El Corte Inglés on Portal de l’Àngel. Also, the new H&M at Portal de l’Àngel, designed by Spanish Javier Mariscal, is worth seeing.

Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3, L6, and L7)

3. Rambla de Catalunya

In my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful shopping streets in Barcelona to stroll through. Among the many restaurants and cozy terraces, you’ll also find numerous great shops such as Zara, Zara Home, Mango, Misako, Panama Jack, Intimissimi, United Colors of Benetton, Calzedonia, Pretty Ballerinas, Oysho, Massimo Dutti, Urbaks, Mango Touch, Morgan de Toi, Yamamay, Kiehl’s, Armani Junior, Sephora, Swarovski, System Action, and Dolores Promesas.

Many beauty brands have also opened here, including M.A.C., L’Occitane En Provence, Rituals, Jo Malone, and Alqvimia Store & Spa.

Near Carrer Roselló, you’ll find stores like Brandy Melville, Scotch & Soda, and Tiger, and at Carrer València, there’s the Sabon store.

Tip: For home decoration, also visit the SONY lifestyle store, Muy Mucho, and MUJI.

Metro: Diagonal (L3 and L5) or Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3, and L4)

4. Las Ramblas

On the bustling and famous promenade of Las Ramblas, amid all the stalls, street artists, and flower kiosks, you’ll find most of the souvenir shops. You can also shop at Desigual, H&M, Casas shoe store, Rituals, Mango, Custo Barcelona, and Nike. A shopping trip to Barcelona isn’t complete without a look at the famous Boqueria market, also located on Las Ramblas.

Metro: Liceu (L3) or Catalunya (L1, L3, L6 and L7)

Kunstenaars op de Ramblas Barcelona
Kunstenaars op de Ramblas

5. Carrer de l’Argenteria

Carrer de l’Argenteria is an atmospheric street in El Born where you can shop fantastically. Along Carrer de l’Argenteria, you’ll find numerous cozy shops and restaurants. For instance, shop at Kiehl’s, Happy Socks, Sans & Sans, Cafés el Magnífico, Malababa, Desigual, Happy Pills, and Natura.

Tip: Explore the various side streets for even more small boutiques and trendy design shops.

Metro: Jaume I (L4)

6. Carrer de Fontanella

Between Plaça d’Urquinaona and Plaça de Catalunya, you’ll find the stores of Muy Mucho, Media Markt, and Leroy Merlin. On the corner with Plaça Catalunya is the famous El Corte Inglés department store, where you can buy everything from perfume to clothing, accessories, and household items.

Tip: Check out Sombrereria Mil, which has been making hats since 1817, and the store of Casa de la Estilográfica, specializing in pens and writing materials.

Metro: Urquinaona (L1 and L4)

7. Carrer de Pelai

This street is especially known for its good selection of shoe stores. Additionally, you’ll find stores like Blanco, Massimo Dutti, Desigual, Levi’s, Oysho, Mango, Topshop, Topman, Pull&Bear, Bershka, Lefties, Stradivarius, Accessorize, C&A, and Footlocker.

Tip: Also visit Sephora, the largest and most beautiful perfume shop in Barcelona, located under El Triangle, a small shopping center between Carrer Pelai and Plaça Catalunya.

Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3, L6 and L7) or Universitat (L1 and L2)

8. Avinguda Diagonal

The most important part of Avinguda Diagonal for shopping lies between Passeig de Gràcia and Plaça de Francesc Macià. Here you can find chic boutiques and expensive brands (like Emporio Armani, D&G, Comptoir des Cotonniers, and Loewe), but also some more affordable fashion chains (like Women’Secret, Zara, Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, Mango, and Blanco).

Tip: Visit Bimba y Lola if you’re looking for fun Spanish clothing. Pilma and Habitat are great home goods stores. As you continue towards Zona Universitària, you’ll also come across the L’Illa Diagonal shopping center where you can enjoy more shopping.

Metro: Diagonal (L3 and L5)

Avinguda Diagonal Barcelona
Avinguda Diagonal

9. Carrer Tallers

In this small street of El Raval, you might find the city’s largest selection of alternative fashion stores. From gothic clothing at Camden to streetwear and hip-hop clothing at AllStars, or vintage and second-hand clothing at Holala!, and old LPs at Discos Revolver.

Tip: For cheerful women’s fashion, visit the store of the Spanish fashion brand Kling.

Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3, L6, and L7) or Universitat (L1 and L2)

Main Shopping Malls in Barcelona

Shopaholics can also find great success at one of the many shopping malls and department stores that Barcelona has to offer. These are open throughout the day and, in addition to shops, also offer numerous dining options and entertainment for the whole family, including modern cinemas, bowling alleys, and game consoles. You can often park for free and use facilities such as toilets and children’s play areas. Shopping centers in Barcelona are also suitable for the disabled and have elevators, escalators, and wheelchair rental services.

The best shopping centers in Barcelona are:

1. El Corte Inglés

The Spanish equivalent of ‘Macy’s’ can be found throughout the city, but the main branch of this department store is located at Plaça de Catalunya. Here you can shop for the finest clothing, shoes, and bags, get advice on beauty and makeup, household appliances, electronics, or just buy gifts for those back home at one of their many departments.

Tip: Enjoy the view of the city and Plaça Catalunya from the café on the top floor of El Corte Inglés.

Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3, L6, and L7)

2. El Triangle

El Triangle is a small shopping center between Carrer Pelai and Plaça de Catalunya, hosting shops such as Sephora, Fnac, Urban Outfitters, Foot Locker, Camper, Kipling, Massimo Dutti, Havaianas, Ice Watch, Happy Socks, Accessorize, and Clarks.

Tip: Grab a coffee at the famous Café Zurich, the meeting spot for Barcelonians.

Metro: Catalunya (L1, L3, L6, and L7)

3. Maremagnum

Located by the sea next to the Columbus Monument, Maremagnum shopping center offers a lively atmosphere with numerous stores, restaurants, and nearby activities (like visiting the Barcelona Aquarium or taking a harbor tour with the Golondrinas). At Maremagnum, enjoy shopping at Stradivarius, Pull&Bear, H&M, Blanco, Friday’s Project, Havaianas, Desigual, Lefties, Macson, Oysho, Women’Secret, and Lacoste.

Tip: Maremagnum shopping center is open every day of the year, including Sundays!

Metro: Drassanes (L3)

4. Bulevard Rosa

This indoor shopping center near Passeig de Gràcia features chic boutiques of expensive brands such as Javier Simorra, Lurdes Bergadà, Podium, Bóboli, Les Enfants Terribles, Bimba y Lola, Timberland, Lli Lli, and La Peineta. You can also find products from the humorous Spanish brand Kukuxumusu.

Tip: Visit the trendy supermarket Mary’s Market, offering Spanish and Catalan delicacies.

Metro: Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3, and L4)

5. L’Illa Diagonal

This large shopping center on Avinguda Diagonal gathers a variety of stores such as Zara, Bershka, Pepe Jeans, FNAC, Intimissimi, Etam, United Colors of Benetton, Massimo Dutti, TCN, Nike, G-Star, Jack&Jones, Marithé+François Girbaud, Lacoste, Dockers, Cortefiel, Custo Barcelona, Conti, Carhartt, Antonio Miró, Camper, Swarovski, Munich, Hoss Intropia, Miss Sixty, Pedro del Hierro, Purificación García, Sita Murt, Miss Sixty, Ese o Ese, Blanco, Bimba y Lola, Cooked in Barcelona, Javier Simorra, Código Básico, Natura, Misako, Mandarina Duck, Sfera, Decathlon, Prénatal, Barbie Store, Disney Store, Rituals, MUJI, Lush, The Body Shop, Calzedonia, Superdry, and Primark.

At the bottom of the shopping center, there’s a large supermarket and a dining area with many gourmet shops.

Tip: If you want to be outside, head to the gardens of Jardins de Sant Joan de Déu, located at the back of the shopping center, offering peace and cozy terraces for customers.

Metro: Maria Cristina (L3) or Les Corts (L3)

6. La Maquinista

This open-air shopping center is one of my favorites. At La Maquinista, you have a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants, and even a supermarket. You can also go bowling or to the cinema. La Maquinista features stores like Forever21, Levi’s, Mango, Zara, Zara Home, H&M, Stradivarius, Bershka, G-Star, Pull&Bear, Nike, Camper, The Body Shop, Sephora, Ese o Ese, Le Temps des Cerises, Double Agent, Promod, Miss Sixty, Jack&Jones, Lacoste, Desigual, Adolfo Domínguez, Timberland, Springfield, Natura, Blanco, Guess, Hollister, Massimo Dutti, Rip Curl, Salsa Jeans, and Media Markt.

Tip: Also visit Spain’s first official Apple Store here.

Metro: Sant Andreu (L1) or Torras i Bages (L1)

El Bon Pastor - Sant Andreu Barcelona
La Maquinista

7. Les Glòries

The open-air shopping center Les Glòries, like La Maquinista, offers a bit of everything: from shops, bars, and restaurants to a cinema and a supermarket. Here you can shop at Foot Locker, United Colors of Benetton, Calzedonia, Etam, Intimissimi, C&A, H&M, Levi’s, Massimo Dutti, Pepe Jeans, Pull & Bear, Bershka, Mango, Celio, Springfield, Swatch, Zara, Claire’s, Swarovski, Stradivarius, and Bijou Brigitte.

Tip: In the new dining area called “El Mercat de Glòries,” you can taste the best dishes from various restaurants in Barcelona.

Metro: Glòries (L1)

8. Las Arenas

The newest shopping center in Barcelona is located in a fantastic location next to Plaça d’Espanya, built in an old bullfighting arena while preserving the original façade. Inside the old arena are stores such as Mango, Blanco, Punt Roma, Miss Sixty, Casas, Trucco, +D Conti, Calzedonia, Swarovski, Base, Desigual, Piquadro, Tous, Calvin Klein, and Fnac. You can also go to the movies or dine out here.

Most restaurants are located on the lower or upper floor. The venue also often hosts events, and the view from above the observation deck is breathtaking.

Tip: Viewing from the platform above is free if you take the escalator. If you use the elevator placed outside on the street, you will have to pay.

Metro: Espanya (L1, L3, and L8)

9. Diagonal Mar

This large shopping center near the beach offers more than 150 brands under one roof, a cinema, and numerous dining options. Most well-known clothing brands have a store here. At Diagonal Mar, you can shop at Blanco, Jack & Jones, Bodique, +DConti, Calzedonia, Celio, Desigual, Ikks, H&M, Intimissimi, Ese o Ese, Bershka, Antonio Miró, 7 Camicie, Primark, Calvin Klein, Zara, Pepe Jeans, Prenatal, Promod, Pull&Bear, Punto Blanco, Sfera, Simorra, Panama Jack, Oysho, Miss Sixty, Nice Day Nice Things, Massimo Dutti, Mango, Springfield, Lacoste, Levi’s, Mac Quinn, Macson, Fnac, Media Markt, Natura, Casa, Toys ‘R’ Us, Bóboli, Imaginarium, and Benetton Kids.

Metro: El Maresme | Forum (L4)

10. SOM Multiespai

For budget-friendly finds, SOM Multiespai (formerly known as Heron City) is the perfect place. Here you’ll find outlet stores from brands like Lefties, Desigual, and Querol. The center also features a cinema, an indoor playground, a bowling alley, and many more restaurants and shops.

Metro: Fabra i Puig (L1) or Llucmajor (L4)

11. Gran Via 2

Located on Avinguda de la Gran Via, the Gran Via 2 shopping center hosts over 200 stores, another cinema, a supermarket, and many restaurants. At Gran Via 2, you can shop at +D Conti, United Colors of Benetton, Bershka, Blanco, Blend, Celio, Custo, Desigual, G-Star, H&M, Furest Casual, Ikks, Zara, Jack&Jones, Levi’s, Mac Quinn, Mango, Macson, Decathlon, Nike, Massimo Dutti, Naf Naf, New Yorker, Pepe Jeans, Pimkie, Pull&Bear, Shana, Salsa, Springfield, and Geox.

Metro: Ildefons Cerdà (L8) or Europa | Fira (L8 and L9Sud)

What Products Can You Shop for in Barcelona?

Barcelona offers the widest choice in shops, where every visitor can find something to their liking. From local regional products and handmade items to the trendiest fashion items and typical souvenirs. Some local products you can take back home from your holiday include:

  • For the foodie: a bottle of good olive oil, various meats and cheeses (vacuum-packed), canned fish.
  • For the sweet tooth: a jar of ColaCao, Cacaolat, Spanish cookies, tortas de aceite.
  • For the drink lover: a bottle of cava, wine from El Penedès, or a bottle of vermouth.
  • For the fashion lover: bags from Vaho, shoes from Camper, sunglasses from Etnia.

Fun Shops in Barcelona

Barcelona is a true shopping city. The offering is so vast that it can sometimes be hard to choose where to go. That’s why I’m revealing my go-to places and favorite shopping addresses in Barcelona, where you can enjoy shopping for clothing, shoes, bags, souvenirs, gifts, or home goods.

Clothing Stores in Barcelona

  • Dr. Bloom (Carrer del Rec, 20): A charming store with original women’s clothing and accessories from local designers.
  • Bimba y Lola (Passeig de Gràcia, 55-57): Trendy women’s fashion from the Spanish brand Bimba y Lola.
  • Coquette (Carrer del Rec, 65): Chic women’s fashion from various brands.
  • La Comercial (Carrer Rec, 52): Exclusive series of boutiques in El Born for men and women with designer and branded clothing.

Shoe Stores in Barcelona

  • La Manual Alpargatera (Carrer d’Avinyó, 7): For handmade espadrilles (traditional footwear).
  • Carmina (Passeig de Gràcia, 110): Artisan shoemaking.
  • Kokua (Baixada de la Llibreteria, 4): Handmade women’s shoes.
  • Malababa (Carrer Argenteria, 66): Women’s shoes and handmade accessories.

Vintage Stores in Barcelona

  • Garage Sale (Carrer Corretger, 11): For second-hand and new clothing.
  • Holala! (Carrer Tallers, 73): For vintage clothing, accessories, and furniture.
  • Loisaida Vintage (Carrer dels Flassaders, 42): Vintage clothing and accessories, American vintage, and retro gift items.
  • Fusta’m (Carrer Joaquin Costa, 62): Vintage home store with furniture and various old items.

Home Stores in Barcelona

  • DomésticoShop (Avinguda Diagonal, 419): Design home store with many designer furniture pieces from international top brands and a trendy café-bar.
  • La Varieté (Carrer Pintor Fortuny, 30): Sustainable home accessories and fun items for home or as gifts.
  • VerdeMandarina (Carrer Sant Cristòfol, 11): For home accessories with a vintage look.
  • Neukölln (Carrer de les Basses de Sant Pere, 22): For vintage, retro items, and second-hand furniture.
  • Home on Earth (Carrer de la Boqueria, 14): Handmade and sustainable items for your home, fine indulgences, and fair gifts.

Hobby Shops in Barcelona

  • All you knit is love (Carrer Barra de Ferro, 8): Sewing studio and knitting shop.
  • Nostàlgic (Carrer Goya, 18): Photography shop with old objects.
  • Duduá (Carrer del Diluvi, 5): For creative DIY workshops.
  • Galeries Maldà (Carrer de Portaferrissa, 22): Former shopping arcade now hosting fantasy shops, including Japanese manga, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones.

Concept Stores in Barcelona

  • Wer-Haus (Carrer d’Aragó, 287): A concept store with a hip café and a special selection of fashion, food, and art.
  • Picnic Store (Carrer Verdi, 17): For designer clothing, accessories, and gifts.
  • Espai Joliu (Carrer de Badajoz, 95): Coffee house, art gallery, flower and plant shop.
  • Jaime Beriestain Concept Store (Carrer de Pau Claris, 167): A concept store with vintage furniture, objects, fresh flowers, books, art… everything to beautify your home.
  • Carolina Blue (Carrer Doctor Dou, 11): Concept store with home accessories, clothing, gift ideas, and plenty of inspiration for your home.

Homemade Items in Barcelona

  • La-a (Carrer Torrent de l’Olla, 86): For homemade trinkets for the home.
  • Oslo Barcelona (Carrer Torrent de l’Olla, 164): For products and trinkets from local designers.
  • Magnesia (Carrer Torrent de l’Olla, 192): For homemade items, beautiful trinkets, and gifts.

Gift Shops in Barcelona

  • Olokuti (Carrer Astúries, 36): For books, (children’s) clothing, and original gift ideas.
  • Chandal (Carrer d’Allada Vermell, 11): Fun trinkets and gift ideas for all ages.
  • Fantastik (Carrer Joaquín Costa, 62): Cheerful gift shop with numerous gift ideas from around the world.
  • Grey Street (Carrer del Peu de la Creu, 25): A shop for gifts and fun items from local designers.

Souvenir Shops in Barcelona

  • La Nostra Ciutat (Carrer del Pi, 11): A souvenir shop filled with products made by local designers.
  • WaWas (Carrer dels Carders, 14): For original souvenirs from Barcelona.
  • Be Store (Carrer Bonavista, 7): Original clothing, home accessories, souvenirs, and great gift ideas.
  • Art Montfalcon (Carrer dels Boters, 4): For souvenirs, art by local artists, and various gift ideas.

Delicatessen and Specialty Shops in Barcelona

  • Colmado Quílez (Rambla de Catalunya, 65): A traditional grocer’s shop for real Spanish delicacies.
  • Cafés el Magnífico (Carrer Argenteria, 64): A coffee shop for coffee lovers.
  • Vila Viniteca (Carrer Agullers, 7-9): A delicatessen and wine specialist with local products.
  • Secrets del Mediterrani (Passeig de Sant Joan, 28): A gourmet shop with a wine cellar and restaurant.

Outlets in Barcelona

  • The Gallery Outlet (Carrer Balmes, 65): An outlet with women’s and men’s brand clothing and shoes from brands such as Hunter, Marc Jacobs, Ash, Ugg, Nike, Toms, Gas, Scotch & Soda, Bellerose, Adidas, Fred Perry, Puma, Levis, Le Coq Sportif, American Vintage, and French Connection.
  • Barcelona Outlet (Carrer Aragó, 529): An outlet with women’s and men’s brand clothing such as Chloé, Bikkembergs, Just Cavalli, G-Star, Belstaff, Giorgio Armani, Franklin and Marshall, and Guru.
  • +DConti (Carrer Aribau, 57): An outlet with women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, and accessories from Conti stores with brands such as Adidas, Antony Morato, Armani Jeans, Diesel, G-Star, New Balance, Scotch & Soda, and Pepe Jeans.
  • Logo Outlet (Carrer Tallers, 21): An outlet with women’s and men’s brand clothing such as Just Cavalli, Dsquared, Dolce & Gabbana, D&G, Bikkembergs, Diesel, Fornarina, Miss Sixty, Liu-jo, Relise, Energie, Nolita, Rare, Galliano, Met, and Blumarine.

Markets in Barcelona

  • Mercat de la Boqueria (Las Ramblas, 91): The largest and most famous market in Barcelona with numerous beautiful stalls selling fruit, vegetables, fish, meat, and meats. Here you can also get some tasty souvenirs like sweets, chocolate, spices, and canned food.
  • Mercat dels Encants Vells (Avinguda Meridiana, 69): Barcelona’s oldest flea market, now housed under an ultra-modern dome, is a must-visit for fans of second-hand items, unique finds, and budget shoppers.
  • Mercat dominical de Sant Antoni (Carrer del Comte d’Urgell, 1): Next to the beautiful Sant Antoni market hall, a flea market is held every Sunday where new and old books, stamps, postcards, coins, and calendars are sold.
  • Coin and Stamp Market at Plaça Reial (Plaça Reial): Every Sunday between 09:00 and 14:30, a market for coins and stamps is held at Plaça Reial with a handful of stalls for collectors.
  • Art Market at Plaça Sant Josep Oriol (next to Plaça del Pi): On Saturdays (11:00-20:00) and Sundays (11:00-14:00), a lovely art market is held next to the bohemian Plaça del Pi where local artists showcase their work.