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Best Locations For Luxury Shopping in Barcelona

Written by Michael

Barcelona is an elegant city, one of the most stylish cities in all of Europe, if not the world. From gorgeous architecture to an atmospheric old town, Barcelona just seems to ooze style.

If you are staying in Barcelona on holiday and in the mood for shopping but you only spend money on the best of the best, ShBarcelona has come up with a list of the best locations for luxury shopping in Barcelona.

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Passeig de Gràcia

Without a doubt, Passeig de Gracia is Barcelona’s smartest stretch of luxury shopping brands in the city. Start from Plaça Catalunya and work your way up to Carrer Diagonal, or the other way around.

Between Gaudí’s La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, you will find a wide and airy boulevard lined with names such as Chanel, Prada, Versace, Hermès and MaxMara.

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If you are looking for jewelry, make sure to check out Cartier, Tiffany & Co and Bagues Joieria.

There are a wealth of bars and restaurants around this area where you can stop for a meal, and its central location makes it easily accessible if you only have an hour or two to spare.

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Avinguda Diagonal

In the area of Avinguda Diagonal that runs along the top of Passeig de Gràcia, before you get to the five-star Hotel Casa Fuster, there are many high fashion shops selling luxury clothing and furniture, such as the interior design shop Habitat, BOSS, and Rosa Clarà.

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El Born

In the neighborhood of el Born, you will find unique boutique shops selling one-of-a-kind pieces of clothing, shoes, and jewelry. There’s also a handful of shops specializing in quirky home furnishings.

Historically a merchants’ district, the area has retained its charm and is a melting pot of different designers and has attracted a few big names in recent years.

Related article: Where to Buy Jewelry in Barcelona

Carrer Major de Sarrià

Sarrià is a beautiful green and pleasant zone on the edge of Barcelona before you get to the hills of Collserola National Park.

Known as the Zona Alta (high zone) due to its geographical location above the Eixample district, the district of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi is also one of the most pleasant and expensive residential areas in the city of Barcelona.

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For shopping, get yourself and your wallet to Carrer Major de Sarrià and explore some of the side streets that are home to many small boutiques selling clothing and stylish home décor and accessories.

This is a good place to find one-of-a-kind pieces made by local designers that you would be unable to find outside of Barcelona. Sarrià is a beautiful area that rarely sees tourists.

It is in a fantastic location and there are many places along the route where you can stop and enjoy the experience – lots of upmarket bars, cafes and restaurants pepper the area, many of which have pretty terraces and are located in pleasant squares where you can refresh yourself while enjoying some quality people-watching time. A shopper’s paradise and a haven all in one.

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La Roca Village

Not actually in Barcelona but half an hour away, La Roca Village is the perfect place to go to if you are serious about deluxe shopping but also like a good bargain. La Roca Village contains more than 100 shops, each offering huge discounts of up to 60%.

Expect high-end luxury brands such as Calvin Klein, G-Star Raw, and Diesel, as well local brands like Desigual and Custo. You will find all kinds of clothing, lingerie and accessories, sportswear and shoes.

This shopping village also has a number of restaurants and bars so you can refresh yourself with a cold drink or pep yourself up with a café con leche mid-shopping. Allow yourself at least an afternoon to make the most out of your visit.


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Related article: A Comprehensive Guide to Barcelona’s Shopping Malls

What about personal shopping services?

For those who are busy and want to take care of their shopping needs fast and efficiently, there are a variety of personal shopping services available in Barcelona.

Personal Shopper Deluxe

Personal Shopper Deluxe is a company founded by Piluka de Echegaray, an expert in Image Advisement and Personal Shopping. The first thing the client has to do is to reply to a series of questions that help the company understand its unique style.

Then, PSD organizes a route through the city based on the client’s wishes and budget. A personal shopper goes with the client to each of the selected stores to give out advice and make suggestions.

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3e Luxury Services

3e Luxury Services is a travel agency in Barcelona which specializes in luxury experiences. They start with a brief interview to get to know each clients’ style and preferences. After that, a personal shopper will accompany the client to a number of stores which offer the best in local and international fashion.

Singular Women

Singular Women is headed by Patrizia Ermetici, a fashion consultant and deluxe personal shopper with over 25 years of experience. Her services are offered to businessmen and women who work and travel all around the world and have little time to go shopping.

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Personal Assistants and Concierges

There are also a number of personal assistant and concierge services in Barcelona that can help the busiest of people to get their shopping needs sorted out. Some good examples of companies that offer such services are Alizeé Lifestyle Management, One ConciergeTime&Glam, and Kakdoma.

Where do you go when you want to do some luxury shopping in Barcelona?
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About the author


Michael is a vegetarian, dog-loving, kindle-clutching, sunshine-seeking, adventure-obsessed, responsibility-dodging gypsy who has spent much of the last five years exploring Spain and parts of Europe.

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