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Barcelona shopping

If you're planning to do some shopping in Barcelona, tread the Barri Gòtic for antiques, artisan and crafts; visit El Born for boutiques from up-and-coming-designers, and the Passeig de Gràcia and Diagonal for flagship designer stores. Barcelona's Eixample and Gràcia neighborhoods are good for offbeat fashion and gourmet food stores. Spanish wardrobe staples such as Zara, Mango, and Adolfo Dominguez have branches throughout the city.

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Vinçon, Barcelona

Selling all that's cool, classic, or just plain worthwhile in the world of designer housewares, this two-story establishment, owned by Ferran Amat (interior...more

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Vaho Gallery, Barcelona

Forget china bulls and an FC Barça t-shirt: For a truly hip souvenir, check out the Vaho Gallery. Vaho, located in central Barri Gòtic, makes bags,...more

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TCN, Barcelona

When Catalan designer Toton Comella set up shop in 1987 (primarily as a luxury swimwear and lingerie collection), she attracted the attention of a number of...more

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Santa Eulalia, Barcelona

The name Santa Eulalia has been synonymous with high fashion in Spain since 1843. The emblematic store on the upmarket Passeig de Gràcia reopened in March...more

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Oriol Balaguer, Barcelona

Barcelona is awash in specialist chocolate shops, bijou establishments where presentation and unexpected flavors are as important as the purity of the cacao....more

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Mercat de Santa Caterina, Barcelona

Barcelona's most famous market, the Boqueria, now has some competition from the Mercat de Santa Caterina in El Born. Enric Miralles' multicolored, wave-roofed...more

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Loewe, Barcelona

Behind the gilded doors of Domènech i Montaner's Modernist Casa Lleó Morera in Eixample Esquerra, you'll find leather luggage, vanity cases, belts,...more

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Lavinia, Barcelona

The mother of all wine shops in Spain—if not all of Europe—stocks a heady 4,000 or so labels in its 8,600-square-foot Eixample Esquerra shop. The...more

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La Seu, Barcelona

Once a butter-making factory, dating back to 1917, this facility returned to its dairy roots in 2000 when Scottish cheese expert Katherine McLoughlin opened La...more

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La Boqueria, Barcelona

Unlike its modern counterpart Santa Caterina, Raval's La Boqueria is loud, crowded, and boisterous. It's built on the site of an old convent, and the...more

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