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  • Sunday and sales shopping

    Sunday and sales shopping

    During the sales season many establishments will be open on Sundays. Barcelona's central shopping thoroughfares will offer you the chance to purchase everything you need with discounts of up to 70%. You will find stores and shopping centers open on Sunday 5 and 12 January and sales in the stores will last until 7 March.

  • Customs

    Customs

    Prices and long hours to shop and eat… and to work! Get an insight into the routine and the way people live in Barcelona.

  • Rambla del Poblenou

    Rambla del Poblenou

    This street is the hub of the Poblenou's cultural, social and retail life. As you walk along it, you'll be able to explore this former industrial area and see modernity blend with tradition and the community life that have defined Poblenou over the years.

  • Two days in Barcelona

    Two days in Barcelona

    Get ready for two days of intensive sightseeing which will be full of surprises. Here's an itinerary designed to help you pack as much as possible into 48 hours in the city.

  • Four days in Barcelona

    Four days in Barcelona

    You can get a lot out of four days in Barcelona if you plan your visit carefully. Here are some suggestions which include the city’s main landmarks and even invite you to discover some of the areas outside Barcelona, so that you can really make the most of your trip.

  • Sant Antoni Market

    Sant Antoni Market

    A historic market which retains the architecture, vibrancy and charm of its origins.

  • Tax Free

    Tax Free

    If you're not from the European Union you can take advantage of the special conditions for your purchases. Find out what the conditions are in Barcelona!

  • Abaceria Central Market

    Abaceria Central Market

    In the central part of Gràcia, which was once home to a close-knit working-class community, Barcelona's Mercat de l'Abaceria opens the doors to a whole world of sensations and experiences.

  • Passeig de Gràcia

    Passeig de Gràcia

    This elegant, majestic boulevard was a showcase for Barcelona's bourgeoisie at the turn of the 19th century, and links the Plaça Catalunya with the district of Gràcia, hence its name.

  • Rambla de Catalunya

    Rambla de Catalunya

    This elegant boulevard is infected with the exuberance of the neighbouring Passeig de Gràcia. Whether you're heading towards the mountains or down to the sea, the kilometre-long Rambla Catalunya showcases a unique retail offering.

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