Shopping / Barcelona Shopping City

Barcelona is a city with different commercial hubs scattered throughout all of its neighbourhoods, with an interesting blend of modern and traditional establishments. When you visit them, you will enjoy shopping with an eminent Mediterranean nature, mainly family run, with great service, based on deeply rooted friendly and professional service, with a representation of every type of merchant imaginable.
In addition to small shops, Barcelona has a large number of shopping centres at which you can find practically everything, perfect when you're short of time. They are filled with leisure spaces and restaurants for having a nice time, either alone or with friends and family.
Barcelona's non-culinary markets are must-sees, due to their traditions and more popular nature. Strolling among the stalls is a unique and inspiring experience, where you'll spot a wide range of products: flowers, furniture and vintage clothing, books and old albums, collectors' pieces and home décor.

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  • Creu Coberta, Barcelona

    Creu Coberta Shopping

    Creu Coberta Shopping is Europe's longest shopping street. It begins in Plaça Espanya, near the central trade fair site, Fira de Barcelona, and the Montjuïc Magic Fountains. A place steeped in history and full of Mediterranean spirit, specialising in restaurants and bars. It is the only retail quarter in the city to have its own personalised tourist assistance point: Meeting Point Street Art.

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  • Encants Barcelona

    Barcelona's flea market, the Encants Barcelona, dates back to the 14th century. It has now relocated to a new site with a espectacular mirrored roof. You'll find 300 open-air stalls with a wide variety of products, including fashions and accessories, vintage items, handmade goods and collectors' items as well as tapas bars and a traditional restaurant where you can have lunch.
    The auction is one of the most interesting aspects and a true hallmark of the Encants market. Open to the public, the auction is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 7:30 AM to approximately 9:30 AM. The auction is held in the central court of the market.

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  • Gaixample

    The Gaixample is the central area of the Eixample district. Renowned for its wide range of leisure attractions which open night and day, and its innovative array of shops, it is an open and inclusive neighbourhood where you'll find the best shops in the city catering to the LGTBI community as you explore its streets.

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  • Gaudí Shopping

    The Avinguda Gaudí stretches from the Sagrada Família to the Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau, two of the world's most important architectural gems. Its streets are the perfect place for a pleasant stroll and a peaceful shopping experience enjoying the local food.

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