- By Kevin
- On Aug 8, 2017
- Travel Tips
The Barcelona lifestyle is lived in one of Europe's largest retail areas: a 5 km showcase for design and creativity. A great boulevard with shops nestling between architectural and cultural gems, including La Pedrera, the Casa Batlló and the Casa Amatller. Here're some information about the shopping travel in Barcelona, the Barcelona shopping line shared with you.
The Avinguda Diagonal connects the FC Barcelona stadium with the Sagrada Família and you'll find the top brands, best shopping centres and coolest shops that will draw you like a magnet while you enjoy a pleasant stroll in magnificent surroundings.
The Eixample has broad streets and avenues like the glamorous Passeig de Gràcia, where you'll find La Pedrera and the block known as the Manzana de la Discordia, with the Casa Batlló and Casa Amatller as its main architectural highlights. You'll also find the most prestigious brands that coexist perfectly with centuries-old emporiums steeped in tradition and history. An avenue that has become one of Barcelona's must-see attractions.
The Gothic Quarter and Ciutat-Vella-El Raval are a multicultural mosaic that combines modernity, the past and a cosmopolitan spirit. The maze of streets in the Old Town brings together more than 1,000 family-run and traditional shops brimming with charm.
The neighbourhood was founded more than 1,000 years ago and this is shown in its buildings and streets, including the church of Santa Maria del Mar. It is a place of contrasts where history, culture, ground-breaking shops, fashion boutiques, art galleries… and culinary creations to suit all tastes rub shoulders.