Barcelona's Trendiest, Chicest and Most Fashionable Places to Shop

One of the greatest things about Barcelona is that when it comes to fashion, anything goes. Although Spaniards on a whole aren’t as fashion-savvy as their neighbors in Italy and France, there are plenty of trendy emerging boutiques and accessory stores springing up all around the city. Whether you’re looking for high-street fashion, exclusive one-of-a-kind designs or authentic Spanish antiques, Barcelona’s shops are as diverse as the people who walk into them. If you want to do most of your shopping in the same area there are a few key places to check out including: Portal De L’Angel, Paseo de Gracia and Corte Ingles. You can pretty much find whatever you might want within a two to three-block radius or with the case of Corte Ingles, in a seven-story building. For more exclusive shops carrying original pieces, hit up the Born neighborhood, and for rustic and hip check out the Gotico. Calle Avinyo and Ferran street in particular are lined with one-off, boutique shops featuring unique and fairly inexpensive clothing and accessories. 

And if you want to find something that you most likely won't see on anyone, go to Gracia neighborhood. The small narrow streets are deceivingly packed with amazing shopping. 



Zara is to Spain what Starbucks is to the United States; you can find one on every corner, they're always packed and for good reason. If you're looking for affordable, quality clothing Zara always has options. If you can't find what you're...  Read More



Exclusive, high-end shopping with absolutely amazing shoes! Try to go during 'rebaixes' (sales which take place a few times a year) and take advantage of the awesome deals where you can get 200 Euro shoes for under 100 Euros. There's no denying...  Read More



The busiest walkway in Barcelona and perhaps Europe, this is a one-stop shop if you want to spend the day consuming within a two-block radius. Located between Plaza Catalunya and the Cathedral in the Gothic Quarter, Portal De L'Angel has...  Read More



Barcelona's chicest walkway, full of designer shops, exclusive hotels and high-end restaurants even if you're not in the mood for buying it's worth browsing. This is a lively street with an air of elegance, yet still remains fairly...  Read More

Passeig de Gracia


Louis Vuitton, Coco Chanel, Gucci amongst plenty of other classy names, line this famous street. This is the Champs-Elysees of Barcelona and coupled with its designer stores, wide sidewalks and outdoor terraces it's a magnet for both tourists...  Read More



If you're looking for comfortable shoes with a touch of style check out Camper. Foreigners flock to take advantage of great quality that doesn't burn a hole in the wallet. Camper prides itself on offering designer shoes for men, women and...  Read More

Corte Ingles


If you don't know where to find it, Corte Ingles has the answer. Looking for makeup? Check out the main floor right when you walk in and you'll find rows upon rows of make up brands more than happy to provide you with free makeovers and samples....  Read More

Port Vell-old Town


La Maquinista is a great place to shop in Barcelona's Old City. Located near the port at the edge of the Gothic and Born neighoborhoods, this semi-outdoor mall has plenty of great shops for clothes, shoes, accessories and gifts. It's the largest...  Read More

Outside the city
La Roca Village
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La Roca Village is Barcelona's best discount shopping mall. Known for it's chic outlet shopping, the Village is one of nine in Europe, founded in 1992, the concept is unique in outlet shopping where the Village specializes exclusively in luxury...  Read More



A reputable and affordable bike rental and tour shop in the city. Located in the Old Neighborhood, Green Bikes rents out high-quality bikes at extremely low prices. They also provide authentic city bike tours with experienced guides and have a...  Read More


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