Shopping / Barcelona Shopping Line

Barcelona is a city of retail thoroughfares. The shopping route par excellence is the Barcelona Shopping Line, which showcases top-quality, leading brands from around the world; a surprising collection of cutting-edge shops featuring the latest trends; affordable fashion for young people. And museums, architecture, design, art and culture. Everything you need to experience the Barcelona lifestyle.

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  • Port Vell – La Rambla – El Raval – La Ribera – Plaça de Catalunya – Barri Gòtic – Montjuïc.

    This is Barcelona's historic core, with La Rambla, the city's busiest, most colourful boulevard, the Raval and Ribera districts and the Gothic Quarter, where traditional and modern shops coexist with culture. Barnacentre, El Triangle, El Corte Inglés and Maremagnum have made the area a major retail hub. Nearby is Montjuïc, a hill steeped in history with its major crafts centre, the Poble Espanyol, or Spanish Village.

  • Eixample – Modernisme – Gaudí

    Modernista Barcelona is one of the city's landmark areas where you'll find some of its most unusual shops. The Bulevard Rosa is the area's most representative shopping mall, showcasing the retail offering of the Made in Barcelona brand.

  • Diagonal – Pedralbes

    Barcelona's business and shopping hub comprises two sections. The first extends from the Passeig de Gràcia to the Plaça de Francesc Macià, and the second, from L'Illa Diagonal to the Pedralbes Centre and El Corte Inglés, which completes the Barcelona Shopping Line.

  • Barcelona's retail thoroughfares

    Barcelona is a city of retail thoroughfares. The shopping route par excellence is the Barcelona Shopping Line, which showcases top-quality, leading brands from around the world; a surprising collection of cutting-edge shops featuring the latest trends; affordable fashion for young people...
    The compact city model epitomised by Barcelona has boosted the development of the retail thoroughfares that identify the city today and set it apart from other retail models and cities. These streets, located in different neighbourhoods, have grown up around Barcelona's municipal markets, such as the Boqueria, Santa Caterina and La Concepció, wich sell fresh produce adapted to the needs of new consumers.

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