La Rambla is filled with art nouveau buildings, circus-like street performers, cafés, and restaurants.
Among the mix of high street and designer, Spanish and international brands to be found on Barcelona's beautiful Passeig de Gràcia.
There are three El Corte Inglés locations in Barcelona, on Plaza Catalunya, Avenida Diagonal, and Portal de l’Àngel.
The Gothic Quarter, or Barri Gòtic, offers some of the best shopping in Barcelona in an enchanting setting.
One of Barcelona most famous stretches, Avenida Diagonal is a broad strip that crosses Passeig de Gràcia, cutting the Spanish city in two diagonally.
El Born has a similar feel to the Gothic Quarter, with balconied, centuries-old buildings, narrow streets, and open palm tree-lined squares.
La Roca mirror a traditional Spanish village, with bougainvillea and green olive trees commanding attention outside the rows of boutiques.
Shopping in El Raval ties in nicely with a visit to the Gaudi-designed Palau Güell and the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.
Mercat de Sant Antoni spans an entire block and is set within a beautiful iron building with an octagonal-domed roof.