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Would you like to go shopping, get a few souvenirs or find the bargain of the year? The Els Encants Vells market, the outlet area La Roca Village, Las Arenas or the traditional Ramblas of Barcelona have become the places to go for shopping fans, no doubt thanks to the variety, quality and quantity of their offers, enough to satisfy all types of customer. Do you feel like following us and discovering these and other places in Barcelona to go shopping?
Las Arenas, a little bit of everything
Establishments like Desigual or Zara, a supermarket, a Museum of Rock and other surprises are present in Las Arenas, where we can also try the typical Catalan dishes in any of the restaurants on the top floor. Of course, one of the most recommended places in Barcelona to shop till you drop.
We could not leave one of the indisputable classics of Barcelona shopping, Las Ramblas, off our list. It can be found in the heart of the neighbourhood of El Raval. Apart from the cultural and architectural heritage to be found in its buildings, this street hosts stores like Mango, the Corte Ingles and other well-known establishments, as well as street stalls that could hide their own little surprises. Without a doubt, a must-stop in every way.
La Roca Village, an outlet paradise
Another of the best places in Barcelona to go shopping takes us to the so-called Roca Village, where over a hundred national and international stores and boutiques offer outlet bargains, with discounts of up to 50% or more. Among its 130 well-known brands you will recognise Adolfo Dominguez, Burberry, Bvlgari, Gucci, Swatch, Versace, Levi’s, Lacoste or Swarovski. Not only that, it is also located in a place that is full of charm, which captivates all its visitors.
Els Encants Vells, markets to suit everyone
If you love markets and craft stalls, you don’t have to travel to Ibiza to find one. The city also hosts spots like Els Encants Vells, a well-known flea market where you can find period furniture, old and second hand books, records and vinyls, garments, etc. It remains open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9 am on.
These and other places in Barcelona to shop till you drop are sure to please you. However, we have had to leave numerous shopping areas off our list, such as the neighbourhoods of La Gràcia and El Born, the commercial centres of the Diagonal Mar, Maremagnum, El Triangle and La Maquinista or Santa Caterina, Concepció or Sant Antoni. The fact is that Barcelona is one of those European cities that can always adapt to the needs of all its visitors.