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Shopping in Barcelona

When you want to go shopping in Barcelona you have to bear in mind that most shops are not open during lunchtime/siesta. In general, they're opened during weekdays from 9-1.30 and from 5-8. On Sundays, most shops don't open their doors in the afternoon.

Barcelona Shopping
Coquette.

One of the most impressive boutiques in the upmarket Turó Park area of Barcelona that offers a stylish selection of trendy designers such as Isabel Marant, Chloe, Sienna Miller, Vanessa Bruno and others. In its ample and sophisticated surroundings one can find the perfect dress for all occasions, be it a simply elegant day in the city or a glamorous party. The owners' philosophy is attention to detail and to live by the shop's motto that women are "born to be beautiful".

La Gauche Divine.

In the 1960’s, a group of young artists in Barcelona used their work to challenge the establishment and to strive for a better future. The movement became known as La Gauche Divine and for two Barceloneses it has become an inspiration and the namesake for their new concept store.

They have created a multi-functional space that combines fashion, music, art and design. Find an offbeat piece of clothing, or relax in El Petit Café, while surrounded by art displays and contemporary beats. Clothes range from classic to cutting edge, with garments from a good pool of renowned local designers. In the Vintage Lounge you can encounter outlandish pieces from the Sixties and Seventies. The Summer Catwalk events merge fashion shows with cocktails, performance art and DJ sets. Prices for clothes range from 50,00 to 500,00 €.

Maremagnum.

The Maremagnum Shopping center (which has not only fans amongst the inhabitants of Barcelona) is a big American style shopping mall. Some like it, some don't. I liked the Aquarium next to it, although this is expensive.

You can find there not only the best shops in Barcelona, also good pubs and curious events... but, the best is the sight that you can have from there: the port, the people... authentic barcelonian people. Good point: Only mall open on Sundays.

Wawas Barcelona.

A line of chic, modern, and colorful Barcelona souvenirs created by a team of local photographers, Wawas Barcelona offers postcards, Xocoa chocolate bars, and more for the saavy traveler. Wawas puts forth a carefully selected bank of images of Barcelona that refocus the city´s architectural tradition and discovers new points of view. Barcelona is modernism, but also the tiled roofs of the Ciutat Vella, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, graffiti, urban furniture, palm trees, kilometers of beach against the sea, among many other attractions of the city.

La Maquinista.

"La Maquinista" is a large mall on the outskirts of Barcelona. It has a few larger stores rather than the boutique like stores found many other places. To get there take the Metro L1 Line (red) to the Sant Andreu exit. Walk towards the church across the street (to the right when you exit the station) and pass the Renfe train station. It´s about a 10-15 minute walk.


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